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Free Parking was easy to access and use. We went on a very hot day with two small children and hadn't realised the long walk down to the beach and back. . .Take lots and lots of water as the one place to purchase water...More
Perhaps I’ve been spoilt by all of the stunning beaches we’ve found in Corsica, but this was one of our least favourite. On the plus side, there is plenty of parking, much of it shaded, thanks to the many trees in the car park. It’s...More
Beautiful beach, long, white sand, much space, not many people.
Dog friendly beach. Dogs allowed on the leash!
The water is very clear, and doesn't get suddenly deep.
The views are spectacular, and several trails leave the beach.
You can reach the beach with a...More
A wide sandy beach with dunes to nestle in if you need a windbreak. No facilities so bring all you need. We saw nude sunbathing at the northern end, so it seems permitted if that's your thing. The coastal path crosses the beach, and so...More
The beach is located next to a nature reserve. There is a large parking place 15 min walk from the beach: you pass by camping site and keep on moving on the same road till you hit a dead end with parking.
The beach is...More
Ostriconi Beach is located in northern part of Korsica, about 20 km east from L'Île-Rousse. As there is not a town near by, the beach is not crowded yet, but still relatively easy to access.
You can park your car around here 42.658537, 9.058729 and...More
A great location and not crowded. If you are looking for a peaceful and secured place where to swim and have a bit of fun it's the perfect place.
You can access the place by parking your car at the end of the track on...More
Beautiful white sand beach with clear blue water and nice waves for teens and tweens. It is an easy 10 minute walk from the road, but to access the beach you have to cross the slow-moving Ostriconi river that empties into the ocean at one...More