Southern-Corsica
Bonifacio
Highly recommended
Bonifacio The Essential
Highly recommended
The southernmost town in Corsica and occupying a magnificent location, Bonifacio is one of the highlights of the island, despite the crowds and souvenir shops that line its narrow streets. Surrounded by fortifications, the old town perches on a narrow limestone promontory sculpted by the sea and the wind, overlooking a 1 500m-long cove with a marina at its tip. Once a safe haven for warships, the port is now an attractive harbour for yachts.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Bonifacio
Lavezzi islands
Lavezzi islands
The island of Lavezzi and a hundred or
240 minutes
Col St-Roch
Col St-Roch
At the tope off the Pass is a modest
60 minutes
Bonfacio's Upper Town
Bonfacio's Upper Town
Perched on the rock overlooking the sea,
90 minutes
Bonifacio Marina
Bonifacio Marina
The port quarter, placed under the
60 minutes
Golfe de Santa Manza
Golfe de Santa Manza
The bay still exudes a magnificent wild
30 minutes
Capo Pertusato
Capo Pertusato
The Capo is reached via a limestone
30 minutes