La Rena Bianca

Bandiera Blu Europea

Rena Bianca (white sand) is the Village's beach. From the church square, lanes and steps go down to the sea. The beach is sheltered from the western wind by the isle of Municca and the islet Municchedda. The eastern side is protected by the promontory where the Longonsardo tower stands; finally the southern winds don't hit the beach 'cause they are contrasted by the hoses that rise above the village. In nice weather you can admire the white cliffs of the corsican coast (only 11 miles far away). The beach, 700 metres long, is covered with very fine sand that on the water edge has a pink reflection for the tiny fragments of corals you can find there. The water colour goes from the thousand tones of blue, to the bright turquoise and green and it's always very clear. The shallow water, for some metres from the coast, is suitable for children. It's equipped with a ramp for disabled, showers and toilets. You can rent beach umbrellas, canoes and pedalò as well.