This page provides practical Bonifacio visitor information such as how to get there, town parking and the tourist office.

How to get to Bonifacio
Port of Bonifacio

How to get to Bonifacio. From the airport, Bonifacio is approximately 20 km south of Figari airport (Figari-Sud Corse), with transfer options by car, taxi or bus.

Note that traffic around Bonifacio can be notoriously bad in the height of summer, with the main entrance road into town becoming blocked with tourists, delaying journey times.

Saremar (04 95 73 00 96) and Moby Lines (04 95 73 00 29) run ferries from Sardinia (Santa Teresa di Gallura) to Bonifacio, with three or four daily crossings each. One way ticket costs approximately 17 Euros, and 40 Euros for a small car.

How to get to Bonifacio
Bonifacio Tourist Office

Bonifacio’s tourist office is located at the bottom of Rue Fred-Scamorini in the Old Town. Telephone 04 95 73 11 88. Open 09:00-20:00 May to mid October and 09:00-18:00 (closed for lunch) mid October to April.

The tourist office sells a pass for 6 euros which permits entry to four of the town’s historic sights/attractions. Alternatively you can buy individual tickets at the sights themselves (usually around 2.5 Euros each).

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Parking in Bonifacio

Where to park. There is a shortage of car parks in Bonifacio, so try to arrive early to get a space. Most of the parking is located to the left of the marina (accessed via a one-way system).

There is also limited parking on the Bosco peninsula beyond the Old Town, by the Marine Cemetery.

Rocca Croisieres boat tour company allow you to park in their car park all day if you purchase a ticket for one of their hourly boat trips. Turn left at the harbour, follow road past Spar supermarket, bear right then take the right turning signposted to Piantarella (opposite TamTam Surf shop). Car park is on the right.

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Bonifacio Supermarkets

Supermarkets. There are three supermarkets near Bonifacio’s marina: Spar, Coccimarket and Vival. Note that most supermarkets in Corsica close on a Sunday.