Compare ferries from Tunisia to France

There are 2 ferry routes operating between Tunisia and France offering you combined total of 13 sailings per week. Corsica Linea operates 1 routes, Tunis to Marseille which runs 3 times daily. CTN Ferries operates 2 routes, Tunis to Marseille runs 3 times per day, & Tunis to Marseille which runs 6 times daily. Corsica Linea (CTN) operates 1 routes, Zarzis to Marseille which runs 1 times daily.

As the frequency and duration of crossings on some routes varies we would advise that you do a live search for crossings from Tunisia to France to get the most up to date information.

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Ferries from Tunisia to France

About Tunisia:

Tunisia is the Northernmost country in Africa, bordered by Algeria to the West, Libya to the Southeast and the Mediterranean Sea to the North and West.

Tunisia is most famous as a summer beach destination, with a sandy Mediterranean coast scented with jasmine and sea breezes. But there’s so much more to explore in Tunisia, from its distinctive sugar cube houses, to its grand ancient ruins, and the vast rolling dunes of the Sahara. Tunisia is truly a fusion of everything that North Africa has to offer.

About France:

For the past 20 years, France has featured near the top of the list of the world’s most popular tourist destinations and is one of the most geographically diverse countries in Europe.

By land area, France is the largest country in Western Europe and one of only three countries to have both Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines. France isn’t just about Paris’ iconic Eiffel Tower or the famous smile of Mona Lisa; even the gorgeous villages in the countryside, splendid lavender fields and vineyards are just a tip of the iceberg when it comes to visiting the numerous sights and attractions in France. This is a country that always has something new to offer.

There are several ways of getting to France and by ferry is one of the simplest and most popular options. Most of Europe’s biggest and best ferry companies connect France with numerous countries and islands with regular crossings available from the UK and Ireland to the north and islands in the Mediterranean and North Africa to the south of the country.