Calvi

Calvi’s town beach is a pretty stretch of sand backed by pine forests and a cute little beach side railway.

Whether it’s bathed in golden evening sunshine or in the bright glare of daylight, it attracts plenty of folk.

The beach stretches for 6km With a gently shelving gradient as well as warm and protected waters.

There’s lots of restaurants and cafés nearby – some of which serve directly onto the beach.

We enjoy some sun soaking before the next adventure 🙂

Published by collymarples

World traveller, proud auntie, bit of a liability.

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