From Savona to Bastia: ferry information and reservations
Discover how to find the best offers for the route from Savona to Bastia.
How to book a ferry from Savona to Bastia, information on ticket prices and offers
The online booking form allows in a few simple clicks to find the best offers for the route Savona Bastia. Just specify the number of adults and children, the vehicle you have and the type of route you want (one way or return trip).
Travel times, frequency and timetables for fast routes to Bastia
The travel time to arrive in Bastia is from 8 to 12 hours, depending on the timetable and the company that deals with the route.
Car boarding from Livorno, luggage and animals on board
It is important to go to the port about two hours before departure to follow each boarding step without any problem. Luggage has to be left inside your vehicle and only one piece of carry-on baggage can be brought into the cabin.
Animals are welcome inside the ferries, do not forget to bring along the animal health document and its identification document.
Companies with routes from Savona
Corsica Ferries is one of the companies that serves this route and will accompany you on your return journey to discover Corsica.
Ferry services for Bastia
Corsica Ferries is the shipping company that operates the Savona – Bastia route. On board their fleet you can relax and let the crew make the various hours of navigation comfortable. During the trip you can take advantage of the various services such as: restaurant, bar, relaxation area, TV room or relax in the cozy cabins.
Ideas for holidays: what to visit, see and do in Bastia
Bastia is the main port and the main industrial commercial center of Corsica. Once docked you will find a sunny citadel with narrow alleys and a beautiful sea. Its port is a point of arrival for many tourists, thanks to the maritime connections with Italy.
Second city of Corsica, Bastia offers the typical charm of a seaside town, accompanied by many architectural beauties, among which stand out the baroque churches. The cliff on which it is perched allows an overview of the arrivals and departures of the ferries from the marina.