Coming To Bastia

By plane, by boat, discover all our advice to come to Bastia!

Coming
By BOAT

commercial harbour

First island port in terms of traffic and second port in France for passenger transport (nearly 3 million passengers) located in the city centre.

Located in the heart of the city, the port of Bastia is the first port in the Mediterranean and the second largest in France with a traffic of 2 million passengers per year. The four companies it hosts operate flights to Marseille, Nice, Toulon, Genoa, Livorno and Savona.

Tél : 33 (0)4 95 55 25 00
Site : www.bastia.port.fr

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Corsica Linea

CORSICA linea CORSICA linea is a Corsican shipping company that provides daily freight and passenger boat connections between Corsica, via the ports of Ajaccio, Bastia, Ile-Rousse and Porto Vecchio, and mainland France, from Marseille. Let yourself be transported by CORSICA linea !
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La Méridionale

From booking to disembarkation, La Méridionale is mobilized to offer you a serene crossing to your destination port. Embarking on board our ships is the guarantee of already having a foot in Corsica.
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Moby Line

The COLONNA Agency in Istria, General Agent MOBY since 1974, offers you crossings to Corsica/Italy/Corsica from April to the end of September.
Coming
By plane

BASTIA -PORETTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Located 30 minutes by car from Bastia, ideally served, Bastia-Poretta airport offers 38 air links: 20 international and 26 national.

From the airport, a public transport service (shuttle bus) is offered by the Bastia Urban Community to the city of Bastia. Visit the airport website to find out about regular, charter or low-cost national or international routes.

Tél : 33 (0)4 95 54 54 54
Site : www.bastia.aeroport.fr

Air Corsica

Buy your ticket at the best price and travel easily with Air Corsica, the specialist in Corsica.
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By pLEASURE BOAT
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Old Port Marina

Cast moorings in the heart of the old town….
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Marina Port Toga

Stop at the gates of Cap Corse
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Marina of Macinaggio

Macinaggio, which owes its name to its windmills, is the largest port in Cap Corse