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This beach is tucked away down a side road, around three miles from the main N-S road heading North from Bonifacio. The road is a little rough although all sorts of cars make it. The beach is supervised by a lifeguard, and as a result...More
To get to the beach you have to drive a couple of kilometers along a dirt road in a very poor state. I was thinking that maybe we would be alone at the beach, "not so many people would make this effort to go to...More
We visited this after Sperone and it pales in comparison. Natural, and very windy, so great for water sports.
Plus: an operating Restaurant with bathroom facilities on site.
The parking lot is at the beginning of the beach, so very comfortable to reach (and free)....More
We were disappointed be our visit today at Balistra beach. Not only was the road very poor but also the beach did not promise what was described in former comments. It is a beach for bringing dogs and spending time with family. However the water...More
Not the nicest beach we visited, but perhaps because the wind was stronger than on other days/beaches. The dirt road is long and rough but worth the effort to get there. Good beach cafe, and some other amenities, and some more shelter to the southern...More
This beach was surprisingly lovely. Most beaches in the Southern part of Corsica are very crowded in August but Balistra offered a lots of space and good, relaxed atmosphere. A small snacks restaurant, nice and clear water, best in the northern part of the beach....More
The beach is fantastic, long and not crowded when we have been there. The water is crystal clear, but it was a bit too cold for us. This was the first free beach where we saw also surveillance. You can also find a small place...More
My wife and i spend a long week end near by bonifacio and found this beautiful beach that it quite long and , at least in september, almost empty. To reach it you must follow a dirt road for around 3 km which it is...More