Saleccia Beach or the Plage de Saleccia in Saint-Florent is a 1km, half mile stretch of unspoilt fine white sand, located in the Haute-Corse department in the Agriates desert a few kilometres west of Loto Beach.
Saleccia beach benefits from being remote and relatively inaccessible to most, meaning it remains unspoilt by modern tourism. Venture off the beaten path to this true gem of a beach and experience one of Corsica’s best beaches!
Flanked by Corsican pines and napping cows, Saleccia beach offers little or no protection from the strong midday sun. Bring water, snacks, sunscreen and a hat and leave plenty of travelling time to and from the beach.
How to get to Saleccia Beach
Saleccia beach can be reached by ferry or taxi-boat from Saint-Florent and the journey takes approximately 20-30 minutes each way, depending on the time of year and season.
Alternatively you can take a 4×4 tour, hire a 4×4 if you’re an experience off-roader or walk but walking takes approximately 3-4 hours each way!