Ovu Santu  Website

The beach of Ovu Santu in Sainte-Lucie-de-Porto-Vecchio stretches from the hamlet of Olmucciu to the tip of Fautea. This vast sandy beach is bordered by the Ovu Santu lagoon lake. In the south, the river Cavu flows near the tourist village of Olmucciu (where the beach can be well visited). Its northern part is more isolated and quieter ( to acess it is a bit more difficult).



Pinarello  Website

The 2 km long beach of Pinarello is characterised by its white sand and its pinewood with umbrella pines. Pinarello is also the name of the village directly on the sea. There are restaurants, pizzerias and ice cream shops offering a beautiful view of the bay of Pinarello with its island on which is located a 500-year-old Genoese tower.



Saint Cyprien  Website

This magnificent beach of white and fine sand attracts thousands of visitors every year who are looking for rest and relaxation under the Corsican sun. On the beach, there are plenty of shops, restaurants or sun lounger rentals and other activities. And how about to taste a lobster for lunch, freshly caught in the morning in the bay!



Palombaggia  Website

The beach of Palombaggia is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Corsica and is even worldwide known. The water is of a rare clarity and the sand of an immaculate white, lined with umbrella pines, genévriers and rocks. The beach of Palombaggia is the most popular,in fact the coast consists of two other beaches, Folaca and Acciaro. These three beaches are accessible walking, and one is more beautiful than the other. There are bars and restaurants, as well as lounger, pedal boat, and jet ski rentals.



Santa Giulia  Website

The beach of Santa Giulia, in the south of Corsica, is located 10 minutes from Porto Vecchio and 5 minutes from the beach of Palombaggia. It is an excellent beach with white and fine sand, about 2 km long. The beautiful bay offers visitors an memorable and high standard holiday with restaurants, bars, sun lounger and water sports rental.



Rondinara  Website

Certainly, one of the most beautiful bays in Corsica, considering the quality of the water and its blue colour. On this small beach of white and fine sand, there is only a single beach snack bar. The wild and well-preserved beach of Rondinara is located between Porto-Vecchio and Bonifacio, two of the most visited places in Corsica. Rondinara Bay offers visitors one of the most beautiful panoramic views of the south of the island.



Balistra  Website

The beach of Balistra de Bonifacio is located in the north of the Gulf of Sant'Amanza. This beach is still untouched and framed by an “Etang” (lagoon lake) at the north. The beach is divided into two areas. An area accessible by car, the north beach, is supervised in summer and isalso accessible to people with reduced mobility. There is a small beach restaurant with sun lounger rental. At the end of the north beach is a creek. The southern part of the beach is much wilder and bounded by limestone cliffs that are popular for paragliding. This beach is also a famous spot to kitesurf or windsurf when the sea becomes rough (easterly wind).



Stagnolu  Website

The beach of Stagnolu of Bonifacio is located in the south of the Gulf of Ventilegne and the small port of Tonnara and extendsfor about 300 metres with fine and white sand. Nestled between the mountains and dunes, it is one of the wildest beaches of Bonifacio and yet quite easy toreach (10 minutes walk). Please note that naturism is allowed on this beach.



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