BonifacioBonifacio, the 'city cliff' is a picturesque place located at the extrem southern tip of Corsica. It holds a special place in the landscape of the island by its location on the limestone rocks.
Open-air museum, the city offers a collection of historical and religious monuments forged over centuries, sea caves, creeks with turquoise waters, sandy beaches and rare landscapes both on land and under the sea. This makes Bonifacio one of the most Touristic site in Corsica.
It's almost impossible to talk about Bonifacio without citing this cultural heritage and the structures that surround it, including:
The staircase of the King of Aragon
This famous staircase, if you believe the legend, was dug in one night by the troops of the King of Aragon, who wanted to seize the city. 187 steops built in a natural gap to get to the source of fresh water that once supplied the city.
The Roccapina Lion
This natural sculpture,in a shape of a lion, formed by the winds and rains guard the Tower of Roccapina and the white sand beach that overlooks.