3 eme Conférence Internationale sur la Sécurité Hydrogène

International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS3) jointly organised by IA HySafe and IEA HIA with the financial support of the Collectivité territoriale de Corse, the French Republic and European Union in the frame of the ERDF Programme 2007-2013

     

How to travel to Corsica ?

You may come to Corsica by plane or by boat.



Going to Corsica by plane

How to travel to Corsica ?
The best and simplest way to come to Corsica is by plane. You will find easily a flight to join the beauty island, often using connecting flights. Indeed, you will have first to come to one of the french cities, and then take a flight with Air Corsica and many other companies; or using a charter flight.

You will be able to take a direct flight to Corsica from: Paris, Bruxelles in Belgium, Strasbourg, Metz, Poitier, Deauville, Rouen, Lille, Nice, Marseille, Nantes, Dijon, La Rochelle, Avignon, Caen, Brest, Rennes and so on.

The flight time is very short: from 45min from Marseille; to 1h30 from Paris. No time to sit down, you already land :)

Try to come before and after the high season (July and August) in order to take advantage of the destination without having to pay a huge amount of money for your flight. Indeed, rate a likely to increase during the high season, as everywhere in the world. In April, May and even June or September, you may even get some very interesting discounts !

Listen to this advise and have fun in Corsica !

Or by sea ...

If you can reach one of the cities in the south of France (by plane, train or car according to you home city), you will be able to take a boat to Corsica.

To do so, you will have to go to Marseille, Nice or Toulon; ony three cities to take a boat, for a night, a day or less, and go to the beauty island.

Going to Corsica by boat allowed you to take a car with you; and to spend a nice moment

Corsica