The Ajaccio Toulon ferry route connects Corsica with France. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Corsica Sardinia Ferries. The crossing operates up to 14 times each week with sailing durations from around 6 hours 25 minutes.
Ajaccio Toulon sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Ajaccio Toulon route is a car and 2 passengers.
"Ajaccio to Toulon"
Did this trip overnight recently, a great experience. Had dinner in the Italian restaurant, great food and good service, couldn't have asked for more.cabin was clean and comfortable, arrived in Toulon on time. Would use this service again, beats flying!!
'Peter, Perth, Western Australia.' travelled Ajaccio Toulon with Corsica Sardinia Ferries on Mega SmeraldaRead More Read Less
"A lovely trip to a lovely island"
We use a lot of ferries, but this is quite the easiest. No fuss either end. The food is good and they provide a microwave if the pasta is not quite hot enough. Breakfast is good too, including fresh pressed orange juice. The cabins are spacious, and although you can't borrow a pillow from another bed, as with some 4 berth for two people you can, it was fine. All very professional.
'John' travelled Ajaccio Toulon with Corsica Sardinia Ferries on Mega ExpressRead More Read Less
Nice trip. nice cabins and food. Just noisy neighbors... I would do trip again without hesitation. One fault was in The cafe,it had only one cashier working so food was cold by the time it was paid for as the line was so long. This is quite bad and people were annoyed, so improvement needed here. So I would tell people to take there own snacks & food.
'Kerrie' travelled Ajaccio Toulon with Corsica Sardinia Ferries on Mega SmeraldaRead More Read Less
"A crossing between Ajaccio and Toulon on the 27/07/14"
A good crossing overall. We arrived on time in Toulon - even a bit early. The check-in in Ajaccio is truly efficient.
'Didier' travelled Ajaccio Toulon with Corsica Sardinia Ferries on Mega Express TwoRead More Read Less
Ajaccio is the largest settlement on the French island of Corsica. The town is perhaps most famous for being the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte in 1769. He was born in Casa Buonaparte which is now open to the public. The town's airport, Ajaccio napoleon Bonaparte Airport, has also been dedicated to him. Lying around 210 miles to the south east of Marseilles, the town is located on the south west coast of Corsica and has a sheltered position at the bottom of wooded hills on the northern shore of the Gulf of Ajaccio. The town's harbour is located to the east of the original citadel below a hill overlooking a peninsular which protects the harbour.
There are almost daily ferries operating from Ajaccio to the ports of Marseilles, Toulon and Nice on the French mainland. These services are supplemented by ferries to Livorno on the Italian mainland and to Sardinia, along with services to Calvi and Propriano.
Ajaccio has also become a stopover for cruises with a total of 418,086 passengers in 2007 - by far the largest in Corsica and the second in France (after Marseille, but ahead of Nice/Villefranche-sur-Mer and Cannes).
The French town of Toulon lies on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea to the east of Marseille in the Var department of Provence. The town is located around a rocky bay and is sheltered by the rocks of 'Faron" which are topped by ancient fortifications. Due to its sheltered position the town's harbour has developed into a large harbour and is home to the French Naval fleets. Visitors to the town will enjoy strolling around the Old Town which is characterised by a number of restored buildings and narrow streets lined with shops and cafes. A popular attraction in the town is The Arsenal of Toulon which dates back to the time of Henry IV and was inaugurated in 1680. It is entered via a 1738 portico and contains many paintings, such as the beautiful picture by Antoine Morel Fatio (19th century) called 'The port of Toulon in 1854', there also paintings by Emil Mathon, with the 'Retour de l'Admiral de Courbet aux cendres salins d’ Hières'; Vincent Cordouan and the 'Combat de Vaisseau, the Romulus, 13 fevrier 1814', and by J. Vernet is 'Les Vues des Ports de France'.