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Beaches on the seaside resorts of the Haute-Corse department in France

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Map of the beaches and seaside resorts in Upper Corsica (Haute Corse)Albo beaches Pietracorbara beach Sisco beach Borgo beaches Santo Pietro di Tenda beach Ersa beach Monticello beach Algajola beach Belgodere beach Macinaggio beaches Ile Rousse beaches Calvi beaches Moriani beach Ghisonaccia beach Linguizzetta beach Brando beach Farinole beach Palasca beach Bastia beach St Florent beaches Nonza beach South Corsica beaches Barrettali beach Olmeta di Capocorso Furiani Talasani Cervione San Giuliano Aleria Santa Maria Poggio Canale di Verde Lumio

Northern Corsica (Upper Corsica or Haute-Corse), less touristic than the beaches of South Corsica, offers a great diversity of landscape.

Bastia, Saint-Florent, Calvi and Ile Rousse are the most famous and best-equipped destinations for seaside tourism. But many small villages are completely unknown. There are very interesting in summer because beautiful beaches with low attendance are located there provided you get off the beaten track.The beaches in Northern Corsica are mostly covered in pebbles in Cap-Corsica.

There are small marines and typical villages with steep cliffs from where you can find below unknown beaches.

There are sandy beaches in Bastia and Saint-Florent. The East coast extends to the south of the department. Large sandy beaches are on the programme with, at the edge, a significant scrubland and not very touristic areas. We pass alternately Costa Verde (the Green Coast) for its wild side and Costa Serena.

There are wonders hidden in the west in the Gulf of Saint-Florent, like the Agriates desert and the Nebbio region. Then, there are Balagne with Calvi and the northern Gulf of Porto with its roads winding through beautiful scenery and a few hidden beaches.

List of beaches on the seaside resorts of the Haute-Corse department

Beaches in Nonza

Beaches in Nonza (Haute-Corse)

Nonza is a small village in Corsica 20 km north of the seaside resort of Saint-Florent. This former medieval platform with its defence tower overlooks the sea and the famous Nonza Beach covered in grey pebbles.

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Beaches in Saint-Florent

Beaches in Saint-Florent (Haute-Corse)

The seaside resort of St-Florent, located in the Nebbio region in Corsica, south of Cap Corse, is one of the chicest destinations in Corsica. It is often described as a small Saint-Tropez.

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Beaches in Bastia

Beaches in Bastia (Haute-Corse)

Located at the beginning of Cap Corse, in the northeast of Corsica, Bastia’s seaside resort has the privilege of being a city of art and history and of being located at the crossroads of France and Italy.

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Beaches in Palasca

Beaches in Palasca (Haute-Corse)

The village of Palasca is located in Haute-Corse in Balagne at the beginning of the desert of the Agriates. This village is famous for long Ostriconi Beach and dunes.

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Beaches in Farinole

Beaches in Farinole (Haute-Corse)

Located near Patrimonio and ten kilometres north of Saint-Florent, the little hilltop village of Farinole has two beaches, one is covered in pebbles and the other in sand.

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Beaches in Olmeta-di-Capocorso

Beaches in Olmeta-di-Capocorso (Haute-Corse)

Olmeta in Haute-Corse is located in the Cap Corse between Farinole and Nonza on the west coast. Its small Marine of Negru is the major point of interest of this commune of Corsica.

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Beaches in Brando

Beaches in Brando (Haute-Corse)

The small seaside resort of Brando, located in Haute-Corse within 10 km of Bastia, includes several hamlets and offers vacationers beautiful beaches and landscapes.

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Beaches in Furiani

Beaches in Furiani (Haute-Corse)

The small seaside resort of Furiani is located in Haute-Corse, south of Bastia, in the plain of Marana. It is its exceptional environment that makes it famous.

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Beaches in Talasani

Beaches in Talasani (Haute-Corse)

Talasani is a typical village located in Upper Corsica. The village that dates from the Middle Ages is built on top of a hill.

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