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Nice is linked with Ajaccio, Bastia, Calvi, Ile Rousse and Porto Vecchio (Corsica) and Golfo Aranci (Sardinia) and Trapani (Sicily). The sea connections between Nice and any other destination are operated exclusively by Corsica Sardinia Ferries who offer 12 weekly connections with traveling times ranging between 5 hours and 13 hours (mainly afternoon and evening departures).
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Port of NICE
Port Lympia is the name of the port of Nice. Its name derives from the source of a river, the Lympia, that fed a small lake in a nearby swamp area. The main connections are with Corsica and Sardinia. In 1748, King Charles Emmanuel III decided to build the port of Nice in the Lympia valley area at the foot of the ancient citadel, the construction took place over a century and a half.
The port of Nice is the most important cement producing port in France alongside the Valle Spangle pebble treatment plants. The port of Nice has a beautiful lighthouse, that was built in the eighteenth century and then modernized in the 1950s.
The port is located near the ancient city and offers various services to travelers and tourists who land here. You can reach the port either by train or by car and you can take advantage of the valet parking service inside the port itself. Nice has an airport about three kilometers from the center and the port is connected to the centre by bus. If you travel by car, you can reach the port of Nice by following the signs "center" or "Vieux Nice" and from the center follow the signs to the port.
Address: Quai Amiral Infernet, 06300 Nice, France
Directions: Google Map @ Nice, port