Mortella Tower / Lotu Beach

Mortella Tower / Lotu Beach

La Roia Beach/anse de fornali 35 minutes walk away
Tour de la Mortella 50 minutes one-way trip
Lotu Beach 50 minutes one-way trip
Total La Roia/Loto 2h15 one-way trip

Vertical height: insignificant

Difficulty: None. Make sure you have enough water
for everyone. Not recommended in strong winds.

Other: Two companies offer the shuttle service.
with the beach of Loto and the harbour of St. Florent.
Agriate Marittima:
+33(0)6 17 50 65 58
Le Popeye:
+33(0)4 95 37 19 07


From La Roia beach you can reach Fornali bay on foot or by car, but beware, in this case it is difficult to cross the paths on this narrow and busy track in summer: At the end you can park in good condition, is not guaranteed. A sign indicating the Coastal Road will take you back to the waterfront, which you will leave only occasionally. This trail follows the smallest curves, the smallest bays (a dream certainty!) and beaches to the destroyed tower of La Mortella. The latter could be the pretext for this walk. For the more adventurous, you can climb up to the lighthouse to enjoy the view of the entire Gulf of St Florent and continue on to the famous beach of Lotu. Probably the most beautiful part.


The return journey is made on the same itinerary or by boat bus (see timetables and sea weather). For allergy sufferers who are allergic to long walks, you can combine the beaches of Lotu and the equally famous Saleccia beach with shuttles to enjoy a beautiful beach where white and fine sand and transparent turquoise water remind you of a lagoon decorated with wild scrub in the background and some cows free of originality. Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean.


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