Explore the most popular beach trails in Corsica with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

The hike itself to the lighthouse isn’t that bad and wasn’t that interesting, but along the way there’s opportunities to go more wild and walk into bushes and through narrow paths and dead ends to get to rarely visited beaches. I found that part to be truly amazing

Sentiers menant à des plages désertes! Les couchés de soleil sont à couper le souffle!

Petite balade bien originale! J’ai adoré les escaliers! À voir si vous passez dans le coin de Bonifacio!

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

I went this trail w two girls who hasn't done much hiking, and I suggested this one was rated as easy. Turned out to be reaching the head of Lion wasn't that easy for them and they found it quite challenging. Track isn't very clear to climbing rocks but you will not lose baring as where you are headed and which direction you are suited to go is very visible. There are also few other hikers and we all had multiple cuts from bushes Good walking shoes could help. Breathtaking views and good photo spots.

Very interesting and very popular.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Amazing hike with great views, beautiful beach and Girolata village is wonderful !!

We did this hike starting from Campomoro going to Tizzano. It was wonderful!! We slept at the Senetora tower, swam at Cala di Conca and Tivella. We saw only a few people during the trip. Tip: take enough water in your backpack !!! We had only 3,5L for 2 persons and it wasn't enough.

I've been there at summer 2010. Really beautifull place. I recommend that for all :)

Tizzano is among my favourite places in Corsica. This small village offers all you need in walking distance: restaurants, one or two small shops, a few hotels and a camping. But nothing that disturb the wildness of the place. Perfect for families, kayaking and walking along the coast...

5 months ago

8 months ago

on Girolata Bay Trail

Thursday, September 21, 2017