Calvi's main Beach
Calvi's beach is a huge sweeping crescent of white sand fringed by woods of planted maritime pines and it has something for everyone: it is patrolled by lifeguards in the summer and has a gently shelving gradient that is perfect for all ages, including toddlers. It boasts a fine array of restaurants and cafés nearby - some of which serve directly onto the beach whilst you bask on your sunlounger; not to mention a diverse range of water sports activities for the more energetic.
Plage du Roncu
On the west side of town, Plage du Roncu is a small beach with coarse sand and rocks, making it perfect for snorkelling or a quick dip in the sea if you're in this part of town.
Pointe de la Revellata
A two-hour circular walk along a coastal track will take you to the lighthouse at the end of the Revellata Peninsula (west of Calvi) and will reward you with wild dramatic landscapes, spectacular views across Calvi and stunning little coves littered along the way.