Riva Bella is among those few resorts where your accommodation could be – literally – on the beach. It’s a spacious airy site with a long spit of land fronting a sandy beach on one side and two large, scenic salt lakes on the other. There’s no pool, but a very modern spa and wellness centre with spa pool, hot tub, sauna, steam room and treatments. A large restaurant and bar with outdoor terrace overlooks the beach and there are activities available.

Riva Bella is a very ‘green friendly’ place – for example, guests are encouraged to recycle their scraps to the donkeys, llamas and pigs found in the onsite nature reserve which also features a fitness trail for walking, running and cycling. Accommodation is varied – ranging from some rather luxurious villas discreetly located amongst the trees with elevated views of the beach, through comfortable chalets to basic furnished tents. There is also a segregated area with plenty of space for those who wish to camp.

Riva Bella operates as a naturist site from 1st April to 5th November. Clothed guests are welcome outside of this period as it is open year round!



Accommodation is varied – choose from low-cost options such as ready erected tents or wooden chalet lodges located just metres’ from the sea – basic bungalows with outdoor kitchen and veranda area enclosed by a shutter – or something a little more comfortable such as the mini villas. The luxury villas offer the ultimate in comfort and style, elegantly furnished, they are nestled into an elevated tree lined dune overlooking the naturist beach from a distance of approximately 60 metres and are an ideal choice for a special occasion or just a touch of pure indulgence!


  • Located right on a long, sandy beach
  • Restaurant/bar
  • Evening entertainment
  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Minimarket
  • Yoga
  • Archery
  • Outdoor gym
  • Exercise classes
  • Tennis
  • Pétanque
  • Volleyball
  • Fitness trail
  • Nature reserve with animals

Local Area

A Mediterranean island and part of France, Corsica is well worth exploring. Situated 160km off the southern coast of France, but closer to Italy, it combines elements of both. You will see the Corsu language on road signs. There are mountains, rugged cliffs and picturesque villages. Driving up steep climbs and around sharp hairpin bends through the jagged mountains can be exhilarating. They are covered in maquis – a mix of harsh and resilient bushes.
There are Roman ruins at nearby Aleria (where you will also find supermarkets).

Bastia is around an hour’s drive north. It’s an interesting historical centre with old and new towns, a port and citadel. A couple of hours drive south you will find the seaside town of Porto Vecchio with its historic old town, modern marina, bars, restaurants and chic shopping boutiques. A little further to the very south of the island you will find Bonifacio, a town with much history and spectacular sea views across to Sardinia.

Transfer time50 minutes
Season datesOpen all year round

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