Calvi (Photo: Bouvier Ben/
4.0 / 5.0
Cruise Critic Editor Rating

By Cruise Critic Staff

Port of Calvi

The Corsican cruise port of Calvi is a fairly small, laid-back port town with long stretches of gorgeous flat, sandy beaches with oceanfront restaurants and bars. It is easily walkable and most visitors can see the town's major sights including a citadel and a few historic churches and still have time to hit the beach. Water-based activities and tours are also an option.

--By Shayne Thompson, Cruise Critic contributor

About Calvi


Calvi boasts miles and miles of white-sand beaches and an active music scene


With its cobblestones and small hills, the streets of Calvi can be a little tough on the feet

Bottom Line

Calvi is a relatively small town that is easy to enjoy and experience during a single port day

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