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All reviews old town narrow streets lots of history shops and restaurants beautiful town santa teresa di gallura spectacular views limestone cliffs every corner worth the climb interesting place mini train day trip walk up harbour area couple of hours tourist train
I have wanted to see Corsica for a very long time. I finally took the time to see it by taking a ferry from Santa Teresa Galluta, Sardinia to Bonifacio.
It was a windy and wild ferry ride over to Bonifacio. It was worth it!...More
Corsica does not have many major urban locations but this one located on the southern tip has the combination of stunning harbour location, hilltop town and lots of history. It is not that big so an easy stroll around the town when you get there!...More
Step back into time and enjoy the sights of an lifetime. Walk down narrow streets and enjoy the structures of the times of the pirates to the year of 800AD. This beautiful town sits high upon a 400+foot cliff. This is an vacationers dream.
It costs €2.50 to enter the Citadel and an additional Euro if you want to climb down the 187 seaside Aragon steps. I wasnt overly impressed by the Citadel. The tour itself takes less than 1/2 hour. I mostly liked the great views up and...More
Another Corsican citadel, best reached using the little train from the harbour. Loads of narrow little streets with cafes, ice cream parlours and shops to visit.
Make sure you visit the church and of course make your way to the seaward side to get some...More
We spent 8 nights in Bonifacio and really enjoyed it. We took side trips to some of the renowned beaches and to Porto Vecchio and Zonza but otherwise did lots of walking and eating out in the port and the haute ville. Highly recommended.
We had the opportunity to visit Bonifacio, as our cruise ship moored off the entrance to the harbour, and as it was fine and a calm sea we took the tender to the shore. We were not pleased to have to walk the whole length...More
Not sure if I'm too late, we've just returned from Bonifacio, we were there for 5 days and loved it. We drove to Porto Vecchio, it took approx 50 minutes. It's an easy drive and the roads are good. You can park in one of the... More
Not sure if I'm too late, we've just returned from Bonifacio, we were there for 5 days and loved it. We drove to Porto Vecchio, it took approx 50 minutes. It's an easy drive and the roads are good. You can park in one of the car parks near the marina and then walk thru the Marina and up to the citadel. It's an uphill walk, takes about 20 minutes, but worth it.
Hope you enjoy.
You book guides at the tourist office. I don't know how to book in advance. There are several good restaurants (near Aragon's stairway) with views over the sea, but not as many as you would expect. Most restaurants are... More
You book guides at the tourist office. I don't know how to book in advance. There are several good restaurants (near Aragon's stairway) with views over the sea, but not as many as you would expect. Most restaurants are along side the harbor and also nice view if you like beautiful boats. You'll love Bonifacio. If there is any way visit Isola Levera. It is off-scale beautiful and the boat ride is spectacular.