So far yet so close…

Come and enjoy the outstanding beauty of the fantastic beaches of Bodri and Ghjunchitu. You can find them just below the road which leads from Ile-Rousse to Calvi. And if you prefer to get about without the car while you’re on holiday, you can take the beach tram which will drop you off in front of the footpath which takes you down to discover the wonders below.

The beaches are awaiting you, with sand so fine and soft that it looks like one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Between the sea and the maquis, we guarantee you will have a fabulous time here, surrounded by nature, with superb sunsets at the end of the day that must be captured on photo, to treasure forever. Dotted around the beaches, there are pretty coves where people of all ages will enjoy hunting for fish and shellfish in the rockpools.

When it is windy, the beach in Bodri is a great location for sports activities such as kitesurfing or windsurfing. But remember to be careful when swimming here, especially with children!

Practical information

How do we get there? By car: The beaches are around 2 km from the town of Ile-Rousse. Follow the signs for the entrance. There is a car park available with a parking fee  to leave your car for the day. It costs around €2.50. By train: The Balagne tram stops at the Bodri train station. From here you can follow the footpath down to the beaches. It’s a little further to get to Ghjunchitu beach.

Bodri beach is surpervised in the summer in a specific marked area.

Animals are forbidden on the beaches, even on a lead.