Welcome to St-Florent


Though little more than a village, St-Florent boasts its own cathedral, plus a picturesque 15th-century citadel that was bombarded by Nelson and now consists of a small round tower, closed to visitors. In summer, St-Florent springs to life as a bustling, rather upscale holiday destination, attracting visitors with a string of restaurants, a marina crammed with pleasure boats, and a reasonable beach, the Plage de la Roya, 2km southwest. Better beaches, best accessed by boat, lie between the isolated headlands further west.


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