Bonifacio is Corsica's southernmost town which gazes across the Mediterranean to Sardinia. In the narrow cobbled alleys of the city lingers a medieval mood. The ancient stone houses of the once much-besieged community cleave to one of the most striking sites of the island - a towering promontory of limestone rock jutting out into the sea 200 ft below. Established around AD 828 as defence against pirates, the city of Bonifacio was taken from Pisa at the end of 12th century by the Genoese and until modern times it remained under the influence of Genoa.
Corsica features an area of 8680 sq.km (3351 sq.miles). Its interior is mountainous, with Mount Cinto the highest peak (2710 m/8892 ft). The coast is mostly indented and rocky in the west; in the east Aleria's coastal plain is dotted with swamps and lagoons. From the mountains descend numerous torrential streams. The largest rivers are Golo and Tavignano. In 1768 the Genoese ceded the isle to France and a significant result of the cession was that Napoleon Bonaparte, who was born at Ajaccio the following year, was a citizen of France. During the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars, the isle was twice held by the British.
Highlights: Fortress town, Sartene
Bonifacio tours, shore excursions, hotels
City Tours and Shore Excursions
Gulf of Santa Manza
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