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This beach is a half hour boat ride from Saint Florentine, and well worth the trip. The water was lovely the beach was large. Bring your own shade. ( you can rent umbrellas on the boat ) Be careful of the hornets when you start...More
We caught the boat from St Florent to Lotu to spend our last day in Corsica on the beach. We only went for the morning, but could have easily stayed all day. Make sure you take your own shade and food and water as there...More
Getting there costs some money (return ticket for water taxi is 20 euros), but definitely worth it. The beach is clean, except for some cow dung (some (wild?) cows live in the area). The water is crystal clear and the colour is turquoise. Snorkelling around...More
Long beach, white sand, turquoise water, not many people (early October), warm but not hot. It is very beautiful!
You can reach plage de Lotu from St. Florent in ca. 20' (by boat, Company Popeye), 1h30' / 45' (depending on the trail) from plage de...More
Spending a day at Plage du Lotu is a must when in St. Florent! Unfortunately this beach is no longer a hidden gem, but one can nevertheless look forward to a relaxing day sunbathing and swimming in crystal blue water.
N.B.: The beach is only...More
Getting here was very exciting. We had a 10 minute minute long water taxi ride to get this beautiful beach. All Corsican beaches are absolutely wonderful, but this had a special twist to it. The island was mind blowing, the beach of course very beautiful....More
Arrived by boat. Beach was busy but we found plenty of space. Beach was clean, lovely white sand but a fair bit of dried weed etc at the strand line. The sea was clear. No shade so a beach umbrella would be a useful accessory....More
As a Corsican I've been to many great places with amazing view, atmosphere, etc.
Too often, the most beautiful places offer average or overpriced food. This is not the case at la Cabane du Lotu. Hervé, the young owner is a professional who loves his...More