Nonza beach is a dark gravel beach about one kilometer long and very quiet because it is little visited. Its reputation is mixed: the site of a former asbestos factory has earned it the reputation of being polluted, but since the closure of the factory it is considered among the thirteen wonders of Corsica. Access is a bit complex: from the north a zigzag road connects the beach to a parking lot. South of the beach, a path climbs to the village of Nonza perched almost 100m high. A long set of stairs winds among the back gardens, and the trail of white stones littering the path leaves the passers free to leave some stealth messages. Parking available.