At the foot of Capo di Feno, there's a beach out of your wildest dreams! Fine white sand, clear water, andan exceptional environment. The beach of Capo di Feno is surrounded by wilderness whose peace and beauty seduced me completely. There are actually two beaches, one large and one small. The former is nice for those who like their personal space. Once there, I enjoyed a delightful cottage where you can cool off or have a bite to eat on a shaded tables with palm leaf umbrellas. A moment of pleasure! But getting to this divine place is tricky! To arrive by car, you must follow a rocky path and get a bit lost, a charming adventure that prepares you for the wilderness to come! But still, after several kilometers, the beach is signposted on the panels of the cabins. For the brave, you can walk the Sanguinaires Islands, which are quite pleasant, and get to Capo di Feno in about an hour.
Ajaccio is on the west coast of Corsica, halfway between the north and south. There are beaches on the road from the Sanguinary Islands on the outskirts of the city, each even more beautiful than the last. One is picture-perfect Marinella. The sand is pure white and the water is absolutely crystal clear. A paradise! Just behind it you'll find where Tino Rossi decided to take up residence. For those ve prefer the comfort of lounge chairs, you can rent them there or relax on a hammock under a sun umbrella. On the right, there is a rocky outcrop on which the sea breaks and reminds us of the wildness of this beach. Here and there there are moored boats which are perfectly integrated into the landscape. I have a wonderful memory of Marinella, where I enjoyed a great time swimming and sunbathing. Very fulfilling!
There are more than twenty beaches along the Gulf of Ajaccio, there is even one in the heart of the city which is opposite the Cathedral and the old town. It is fortunate to be shopping or working and have a beautiful beach with crystal clear water at your feet in a few minutes. The most beautiful beaches are on the way to the Sanguinaires, but during the high season (July-August) they are usually packed. These beaches are 12 kilometers west of Ajaccio and have wild, magical and unforgettable sunsets. The more adventurous can follow the trails of Cretes that appear in the English Woods (Bois des Anglais). Across the bay, Porticcio also has beautiful beaches. The beaches Viva and Agosta, larger than the Sanguinaires, offer a more "urban beach".