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Geography - les plages


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Museums Bastia
Musée de Bastia
 

With its 1000 km of coastline, Corsica isn’t short of bays and secluded creeks.

Some are difficult to get to by road, but are a favourable for a sailing boat to drop anchor.

Among the most beautiful :

Near Saint Florent
The beach of Saleccia, 1 km long, with pine trees in the backdrop is very difficult to get to.
Other superb white sandy beaches can only be reached by sea: le Loto (by shuttle boats), Guigno and Marina di Malfalcu.

Near Calvi
The peninsula of Revellata (Beach of l'Alga). The coast is very rocky over 40km to Galéria. It is dotted with beautiful beaches and creeks. The beach at Calvi which begins at the sailing harbour is 4 km long.
Between Calvi and Île-Rousse, there is a multitude of white sandy beaches.

The east coast
To the south of Bastia on approaching Conca, there is 100 km of coast. All the beaches, often equipped,together provide a large stretch of white sand. The nicest ones being near Solenzara.

Porto
Pebble beaches lined with eucalyptus trees. As long as you keep your shoes on you could stroll along these beaches particularly at sunset.

Near Ajaccio
Beaches and creeks to the headland of la Parata, the beaches of Scudo and St-Antoine and the beach at Vignola.

Near Porticcio
The area is disfigured, but the coast that links the headland of Castagne to cap di Muro, with its granite blockfields, its cliffs and its red sandy beaches are worth the visit.
Beach la Viva and beach d'Agosta.

Near Propriano
Baraci, the beach for a sunset. The big beach at Portigliolo. A magnificant rocky coast up to the headland of Campomoro to cap de Senetosa.

Bonifacio
Beaches and coves of Catena and d'Orinella. Creeks of petit Sperone, little beaches of îles Lavezzi and the beach la Tonara.

Porto-Vecchio
Beaches of white sand are numerous here particularly in the north of the gulf. Cala Rossa to the headland of San Ciprianu, Palombaggia and Santa Giulia.