corsica how to get there
Basically there are two ways to get to Corsica: by air and by sea. The former is more comfortable yet more expensive (with minor exceptions), while the latter gives you more freedom for less money, if you take your own car and needn’t drive across half of the world.
Getting There . NB, please do not rely solely on this information for your travel planning. CORSICA: BY AIR If you’re coming from the UK, you’ll probably need to fly via France. From France: carriers include Air France, Air Corsica, EasyJet and TUI. Within Europe: try Lufthansa, Luxair and Air Berlin. By boat: Ajaccio is well-connected by ferry. You can sail from Nice, Marseilles and Toulon.
Feb 13, 2011 · Re: Which is the easiest way to get to corsica Feb 13, 2011, 6:55 PM The easiest way to get to corsica is to fly from Paris , AF (in codeshare with Ccm, the local airline) flies daily to all airports (figari in the south, ajaccio southwest, calvi and bastia in the north).
Bonifacio, Corsica – Image courtesy of cosmosyachting.com. How to get to Corsica. Corsica is located in the Mediterranean Sea, around 170km south of France, 90km west of Italy and just 12km north of Sardinia, and is easily accessible by sea and air, with multiple direct flights.
From the United Kingdom, there are direct flights to the airports in Corsica. Easyjet and Flybe are just two of the airlines offering flights from the United Kingdom to the island. Return economy flights from London to Corsica start from around £85, but do depend on the airline and the season. A flight takes around 5 hours from the UK.
Corsica is an island, so there are only two ways to go: ferry or airplane. By ferry. The island is only 80 kms from the Italian coastline and 140 from the French coast, so going by ferry is a good option since you can bring your own car.
By Bus: There is an intermittent seasonal shuttle bus service from Figari to Bonifacio, costing 8 Euros. Check Figari’s airport’s website for confirmation of service (www.figari.aeroport.fr) prior to travelling. By Train: There are no train services in this part of Corsica.