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The town of Ajaccio in Corsica is a relaxed place, with an exceptionally mild climate and plenty of cafés, restaurants and shops.
The name derives from the Roman Adjaccium (place of rest), a winter sheltering point for shepherds descending from the mountains. This first settlement was destroyed by the pirate in the tenth century, and modern Ajaccio developed around the “citadelle” built up in 1492. Napoleon created his own Cité Impériale here: still nowadays statues and street names related to the Bonaparte family are abundant.

The heart of the old town is a cluster of ancient streets going north and south of place Foch. From here lovely is the seafront: a very nice view of the port and the marina is the tourist main highlight. Nearby, to the west, place de Gaulle is instead the modern town centre. Cours Napoléon runs parallel to the sea almost 2km to the northeast. West of place de Gaulle stretches the contemporary part of town by the beach, while at its eastern end you can see the “citadelle”.

With Ok-Ferry you can book and purchase tickets for ferries to/from Ajaccio: select the route you want and you will be brought on the page from which you make your reservation



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