How to get to Corsica?Still no tunnel between Corsica and the mainland. But many flights and plenty of ferry boats will help you discover our island.
There are many ways to get to Corsica. The most interesting now in terms of price are flights with Easyjet.
There are weekly direct flights to Bastia and Ajaccio from principal airports in the UK, and other European cities throughout the summer season.
For Bastia airport there are three flights with easyjet every Sunday during the high season; two from London Gatwick and one from Manchester.
Out of the holiday season, it is possible to get Easyjet connections from Paris.
If you are coming from the UK, a simple and cost effective journey out of the main holiday season is to take the Eurostar to Paris and then the Easyjet flight from Paris to Bastia. There is a direct connecting train from Paris Gare du Nord (where the Eurostar terminates) to Paris Charles de Gaulle airport (for easyjet), taking only 40 minutes.
Also, don't forget the ferry. A very comfortable and relaxing way to travel to Corsica is by ferry from the French ports of Marseille, Nice and Toulon, or the Italian port of Livorno. For more details, see below or contact Europe Active as we can book your ferry journey for you.