With its 70 km of coastline, it sits nearly 70m above the narrow maritime strait known as the Bouches de Bonifacio. From the sea, the town is enough to give you vertigo with its old houses perched on the edge of a towering cliff whose base has been worn away by the tides. This town has known how to withstand the test of time and events, to the immense pleasure of holidaymakers and passing visitors.
The church of Sainte-Marie-Majeure
The steps of the King of Aragon
The bastion of l'Etendard
The church of Saint-Dominique
The sailor’s graveyard
The Gouvernail and its underground passages.