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Corsica is one of the most suggestive island in the Mediterranean Sea. Also called “the island of beauty”, it is the perfect destination for seaside, as well as for sport tourists, especially those loving diving and hiking. Politically speaking, Corsica belongs to France and so, the official language is French. Anyway, especially on the coast facing Italy, it is common to find people speaking Italian too, since the island is quite cosmopolitan.
Located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Corsica is easy to reach by vessels: ferries leave from Tuscany and Liguria; moreover, during summer, many connections between Sardinia and Corsica, but also a run from the isle of Elba and Corsica become available. The Ferry Companies which manage the sailings are actually 6.
Ferries to Corsica: sailing and travel options
It is possible to reach Corsica by ferry during daytime, but also overnight. Clients travelling at daytime will enjoy a faster sailing: in fact, it could last from 4 up to 6 hours and a half, depending on the route and the ferry itself. Overnight sailings last, instead, from a minimum of 9 hours up to a maximum of 10.
All ferries running to Corsica carry passengers, pets and vehicles, and offer many types of accommodation and plenty of on-board services, depending on the route. On overnight sailings, passengers usually prefer to travel in a cabin, which always provides private toilet. Both in the case of a daytime crossing, and in the case of an overnight sail, it is possible to book air seats or deck accommodation, which is always cheaper than reserve a cabin (anyway available).
Whichever of the above-mentioned accommodation include free access to the public areas of the ferry just like to the on-board services, both in terms of food and entertainment service, inside the ferry, but also around the vessel (on the weather deck).