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Slovenia ète


French Riviera Marseille


Villefranche Savona Toulon oses Cannes Nice Antibes


Saint Florent I'ile-Rousse


Ci Calvi


Corsica Porto Torres


Mahon


Sardinia Portovesme


La Spezia Livorno


Bastia


Santa Teresa Golfo Aranci Olbia


Oristano Pesaro Ancona Portoferraio Italy Civitavecchia Orto Naples Castellammare di Stabia Saler Cagliari Palermo Milazzo Bizerte La Goulette Tunis Sousse


BASTIA/NORTH CORSICA PORTS


ii Trapani Porto Empedocle


Termi Imere


Sicily Valletta


Make your Mediterranean dream come true call in Corsica island!


Must see tourist attractions


• The Nature Reserve of Scandole, UNESCO World Heritage


• Vineyards of Patrimonio, ‘Great Site of France’ label


• Museum of Bastia and 14th century Citadel


• Calvi and the old villages of Balagne • Erbalunga and Cap Corse fishing villages


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: Bastia (B): 230mtr Draught: B: 9mtr


Anchorage Available: B: yes Ship tenders allowed: B: yes Tugs available: B: yes


With 4 different ports in the heart of the Mediterranean, North Corsica Ports provide a global and diversified offer to cruise lines, in one of the most beautiful island in the world. Mixing glamour spots and genuine soul, the island of Corsica is famous worldwide. As a matter of fact, most people come to enjoy this "mountain in the sea" where it is easy, in the same day , to hike and go to the beach before dinner in a gourmet restaurant in a small fishing port.


Corsican gastronomy is renowned because of its delightful and authentic products: wines, cheeses, honey, olive oil, chestnut floor, delicatessen, biscuits, sweets, essential oils... North Corsica is crossed with different thematic roads called "Road of Wines" and "Road of Authentic Senses", where you can discover this real heritage and meet the women and men who build it all year long. Far away from overcrowded destinations, North Corsica is the perfect match between nature and


Quays


Total number of quays: B: 8 Total length of quays: B:1,130mtr Quay depth: B: 8mtr Passenger terminals: B: 2


Distances/Transportation City centre: B: a few steps from the port Airport: B: 30 minutes from the port Free shuttle service to city: B: yes


culture, sea and mountain, sport and leisure. And that's you can find in the 4 cruise ports of North Corsica and that's also the reason why the cruise tourism is varied and suitable to all types of clients. Every cruiser can make his Mediterranean dream come true in North Corsica discovering : - Bastia, considered to be the cultural capital of Corsica, and its Museum of History, nestled in the ancient Palace of the Genoese Governors, in the citadel which overhangs the old city and old harbour... - Saint Florent, a typical fishing village surrounded by vineyards and heavenly beaches, situated in unique preserved landscapes... - L'Ile-Rousse, city of the 18th century with a real genuine soul, in the heart of the so-called "Garden of Corsica", overhung by amazing picturesque villages... - Calvi, where the Legend says Christophe Colombus was born, brings you to the clear waters of the Nature Reserve of Scandola, UNESCO World heritage.


Traffic


Total cruise passengers 2017: 31,661 Total cruise calls 2017: 73 Total cruise lines 2017: 15 Turnaround port? no


Monaco Genoa


Portno Venice


Koper Rije


Mailing Address


Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie de Bastia et de la Haute-Corse


Direction des Concessions Portuaires Terminal Sud 20200 Bastia


W www.corsicacruise.fr 18


Main Contact


Anne-Marie Spinosi Cruise Coordinator


E am.spinosi@bastia.port.fr P +04 95 55 25 11 F +04 95 55 25 01


PORT FACTS


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