Corsica, a ‘tropical island’ in France!
The Porto Vecchio region is home to the most beautiful beaches of the island.
Santa Giulia Beach
Located 7km south of Porto Vecchio, the Bay of Santa Giulia is known around the world for its lagoon with turquoise clear waters and white sand.
The granite rocks perched in the maquis give the beach a wild appearance with a view of the Cerbicales Islands.
The beach is ideal for young children as it is gently sloping!
Santa Giulia is a must for lounging and relaxation, but also a great place for sailing and water sports.
The lake on the other side of the lagoon is a treasure trove of Corsican fauna and flora.
Palombaggia beach is among the most beautiful beaches in Europe, with its endless shades of blue, its pink porphyry rocks and ancient umbrella pines...
Shallow waters make this beach safe for children.
Palombaggia faces the Cerbicales Islands, a nature reserve for birds.
This natural beauty extends south to the beaches of Tamaricciu and Cala di Lume.
Cala Rossa beach
A short distance from Porto Vecchio, the Bay of Cala Rossa is one of the best known in the region for its green and blue pastel colours with the Aiguilles de Bavella as a backdrop…
This small gulf is a beautiful beach with a Genoese tower that dominates the site.
It provides a varied colour palette with white sand, turquoise sea and red rocks.
This beach is recommended for children as it is gently sloping. The beach also offers many water sports activities.
This beautiful sandy bay is shaded by pine trees and has a beautiful view of the Gulf of Pinarello. In the distance, you can see an old Genoese tower.
This beach is ideal for families and children.