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All reviews nice beach water sports clear water clean sand car park little bit great for kids public beach plenty of parking beautiful water ideal for families bars and restaurants an umbrella free parking beach bar much nicer popular beach
We stopped off at Santa Giulia beach one morning for a couple of hours and we were so glad we did!
Easy access from the main road and lots of parking.
The beach itself is quite narrow so gets busy but if you keep walking...More
Beautiful beach with great swimming, would advise to go to the fair right of the beach as it is away from boats and swimming is sheltered by rocks and a reef. White sand and crystal clear water, although in the busier months I can imagine...More
The beach has everything you need restaurants, water sports, or just laying around doing nothing! Water is crystal clear and not cold! The car parking is tight unless you pay 5 Euros for the day!! Plenty of clean toilets! The vista is beautiful! Definitely worth...More
We have visited Tamarriciu, which has better reviews here, but we liked Santa Giulia definitely more (and we returned). Clearer water, not too crowded (at the end of August), beautiful panorama, rocks you can jump from, FREE parking.
Wonderful, pristine beach between Porto Vecchio and Bonifacio. Blue water and white, super sandy beach, a favourite of couples, friends and families and definitely one of the best beaches in the south of Corsica. Everything here smells of summer.
This is a very beautiful beach and the water was great for my two children who enjoyed snorkelling and spotting the fish. It was very busy and there was an awful eggy smell which was slightly off-putting. Having said that I would go again
Lovely beach but too crowded for my taste with no shade or toilet facilities.
The seaweed smell can be slightly overpowering at times
The water is shallow and ideal for children, the sand beach is narrow in places but very long.
Parking is a NIGHTMARE!!
I stayed at Santa Guilia Palace which had it's own private entrance to the beach. I am not sure sorry where this hotel is but if it is around the Santa Guilia group of hotels all the beaches are pretty close to walk from one... More
I stayed at Santa Guilia Palace which had it's own private entrance to the beach. I am not sure sorry where this hotel is but if it is around the Santa Guilia group of hotels all the beaches are pretty close to walk from one to the other