On OK-Ferry you find a low-cost crossing with departures from/to Porto Vecchio-Marsiglia.
Porto Vecchio is a small town very much alive, with very narrow streets and quaint restaurants inviting terrace with "sea view". The houses are close to each other, the small and cozy marina leaves room for beaches and sea only. Palombaggia is the first beach, south of the bay of Porto Vecchio. Surrounded by incredible red rocks, this beautiful sandy beach lies at the foot of dunes shaded by pine trees, that spread their shadows on the sand.
Santa Giulia, a circular gulf, shows turquoise blue water and rocks sticking out of the sea, creating a huge natural “swimming pool”, which is a major attraction for sports enthusiasts and lovers of windsurfing, thanks to its windiness. The bay of Rondinara, finally, just to the south, is a mirror of crystal sea, so typical and charming,
The old port of Marsiglia (Marseille) is the heart of the historic centre. In its restaurants, you can taste the pastis, anise liqueur typically Marseilles, or the bouillabaisse. Between two sections on bathing beaches of gravel and pebbles, or the immense sandy beaches, you can explore the creeks. These coves have sometimes difficult to access, but are always magnificent. With a traffic of several million tons, its autonomous port is the first in the Mediterranean and the fourth at the European level. Marsiglia is also a city of reference with regard to the organization of conferences, seminars or exhibitions. The new Museum of Civilization in Europe and the Mediterranean - the MuCEM - is also an highlight.