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The Porto Vecchio Piombino ferry line is served by the sailing company Corsica Sardinia Ferries who provide one weekly sailing with travel times that don't exceed 4 hours and morning departures. You can also get to your destination with your car because ferries that operate on this crossing allow vehicles. On board services offered by all sailing companies ensure comfort during your crossing.
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PORTO VECCHIO PIOMBINO offers
Children under 4 travel free
Children between the ages of 0 and 4 travel free, but will not be designated any seating or accommodation.
Discounts for children under 12
Receive a 50% discount on tickets for children aged between 4 and 12, including fees.
Online check-in is available on this route, register to receive your boarding pass.
Port of PORTO VECCHIO
The port of Porto Vecchio, in southern Corsica, plays an important role because of its location within the Gulf of Porto Vecchio that is sheltered by a bay and has plenty of space available for both private boats as well passenger ferries. Ferries from the port link with the French coast and Sardinia. The port is located near a very beautiful beach, and there are more beaches in Santa Giulia Palombaggia, which are the main tourist attraction on the island. There are all kinds of services in the port area including repair services for medium and small boats. There are restaurants, cafeterias su... [More information]
Address: Quai de Syracuse 20137 Porto-Vecchio, France
Directions: Google Map @ Porto Vecchio, port
Guide of PIOMBINO
Piombino is on the Etruscan coast and has always been an important port city and in 1800, it was known as Napoleon's sister, Elisa Bonaparte’s "little Paris". History The city of Piombino has an important past, and there are even remains from the Etruscan period. It is thought that the name Piombino, is derived from Populino, meaning small and in the medieval period, Piombino suffered attacks and looting and so became smaller and smaller. There are also traces of Germanic populations, particularly the Goths in the city. In 1022 the monastery of San Giustiniano di Falesia became importan... [More information]
1 weekly sailing - Duration: 4 hours
Ship: Mega Express