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Golfe de Saint-Florent

Golfe de Saint-Florent (France)

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5 / 5 - One review
How to get there
10hrs by boat from the European mainland.
When to go
All year round
Minimum stay
1 to 2 days

Reviews of Golfe de Saint-Florent

Aude Michelet Seasoned Traveller
32 written opinions

The Gulf of Saint Florent is one the most beautiful the Mediterranean has to offer.

My suggestion:
Don't hesitate to hike your way to its idyllic beaches.
My review

A destination where mountain meets sea, the Gulf of Saint-Florent is not only home to the pretty town of Saint Florent, but also some superb scenery. Close to the Agriates Desert (which looks nothing like a desert), you'll find some amazing beaches.

Leaving from Saint Florent, you can hop a boat to the beach at Lotu. You can also get there by hiking for a few hours along a scenic, former customs trail. However you get there you'll be impressed by this exceptional, untouched beach. Vegetation, sand and a gorgeous sea - that's all anyone needs! I suggest you take along enough snacks and drinks, so that you can take your time whilst exploring the countryside. For me, this place a must during a trip to Corsica.

Gulf of Saint Florent