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With its kilometers of fine sand and turquoise waters, its cultural, environmental, historical and artisanal heritage, the region will delight nature lovers, idlers and water sports enthusiasts alike.

Porticcio beach

In the heart of Porticcio beach (or Viva beach), this large beach with golden sand and a magnificent view of the imperial city is the busiest on the South Shore. Everything is there, both to eat and to do some shopping (restaurants, ice cream parlors, cafes and souvenir shops), but also to practice water sports (sailing school, diving club, pedal boat rental, jet ski, kayak or paddle… or even a beach volleyball court).
The maritime shuttle from the pontoon (Tourist Office) offers the possibility of reaching the old town of Ajaccio in about twenty minutes.

Agosta beach

Discover Agosta beach and its breathtaking view of the Gulf of Ajaccio.
Now essential, come and enjoy the various activities it allows such as diving, parasailing, jet skiing or buoys.
For entertainment or relaxation, unique moments to share await you!

Stagnola beach

Located before Isolella beach starting from Porticcio, Stagnola beach is a vast expanse of fine sand, lined with rocks, which offers a magnificent view of Ajaccio and the Sanguinaires islands.
From ocher to vermeil to pink at sunset, everything is there to spend an unforgettable holiday. For the more athletic, pedal boat, kayak, paddle or jet ski rentals are also available.

Isolella beach

A dream location for lovers of calm, Isolella Beach is located about ten kilometers south of the seaside resort of Porticcio.
With its translucent waters and fine sand, this heavenly cove, sheltered from the wind, invites you to dive into its postcard decor. The beach offers an intimate atmosphere particularly appreciated by the islanders. Many activities are also possible thanks to the rental of pedal boats, kayaks, paddles, or jet skis. With a diving club on site, you can also discover the most exceptional seabed of the site.

Ruppione beach

Fine sand, transparent water, sumptuous sunsets with Ajaccio and its Sanguinaires islands in the background… Ruppione beach, located between the Isolella peninsula and Mare e Sole beach, invites you to fully relax thanks to its its exceptional setting, peace of mind (swimming is supervised in summer). Water sports lovers, and surfers in particular, will also be charmed. For more tranquility, a few coves are accessible on both sides of Ruppione beach.

Mare e Sole beach

Located between the town of Pietrosella and that of Coti-Chiavari, the beach of Mare e Sole, also called Plage d’Argent, is famous for its turquoise waters and its white sandbanks. Sheltered from the wind and shaded by maritime pines, it is ideal for lunch in a hut or picnic. You can rent a pedal boat, kayak or a paddle to go for a walk on the water… or play a game of beach volleyball. Change of scenery guaranteed with a few passing cows who also come to enjoy the sun.
One of the most beautiful beaches in Corsica!

Cala d'Orzu beach

Nestled between the Tower of Capu di Muru and that of Capu Neru, the beach of Cala d’Orzu deserves! Very wild and difficult to access by car (no paved road), it is a real favorite of the Corsican beaches, near Porticcio and Propriano. We like to go by boat to this heavenly beach to take a dip just before tasting fish and seafood.

Cupabia beach

An excellent idea for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the busiest beaches on the South Shore! Beautiful and wild, Cupabia beach is accessible by the D155 road from Serra-di-Ferro or by the D55 from Coti. In season, you can eat on site. It is also possible to stay on a campsite located a few steps from the water’s edge.

Portigliolo beach

Last beach on the South Shore of the Gulf of Ajaccio, between the tip of Castagna and Isola Piana, Portigliolo beach is a charming little beach, first appreciated for the activities it offers (buoys, sailing, paddle etc..) It is also for its calm that you will find further, towards the beach of Capo.

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