Bonifacio Corsica Holidays
Bonifacio is a star attraction in Corsica, drawing visitors from across the island and overseas to marvel at its cliff edge medieval houses.
Located at the very southernmost tip of Corsica, Bonifacio is a good location for accessing great beaches both on the south east and south west coasts of the island.
Hotels in Bonifacio are quite scarce and get booked up quickly so the majority of hotels are located along a narrow strip next to the harbour.
Bonifacio Old Town and marina both provide a good variety of places for visitors to eat and drink. Delicious local Corsican specialities and fresh fish dominate the menus.
Although located on the southern-most tip of Corsica, Bonifacio is within driving distance of some great days out in Corsica's mountain interior and beaches to the north.
The medieval citadel of Bonifacio is a stunning, unique site especially when viewed from the sea. Equally as photogenic are the narrow, streets of Bonifacio Old Town.
All the information needed for a great visit to Bonifacio. How to get there, the helpful local tourist office, where to park and nearby supermarkets.
The of town of Bonifacio was first noted in Homer's Odyssey. The name, however, is thought to be derived from the Tuscan Count Bonifacio founded in 828 AD.
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