In the distance, you can see Italy. This means that the sea has played an important role in this fortified town, with its impressive white cliffs.
The city is still very marked by its Genoese history, which lasted from the 12th century until it was ceded to France in the 18th. Cheerful and festive, this beautiful blue and white city will seduce you with its charm. Although the walk will seem high, the marine cemetery is a must. Try to attend a concert of Corsican singing in the great church of Saint-Dominique. The walk from the Col de Saint-Roch to the Pertusato Lighthouse will offer a commanding view of the upper town and cliffs.
Finally, share an ice cream on the busy harbour, and try the chestnut flour or Bonifacio bruccio, a delight.
Cimetière Marin de Bonifacio (Bonifacio seaside cemetery)
La ville Haute
Eglise Saint Dominique (Saint-Dominique Church)
Glacier Rocca Serra
Quai Jérôme Camparetti