Bonifacio is located in the department of Corse-du-Sud, which is named after Boniface II, Marquis of Tuscany.
This city is located by the sea, so that visitors can admire the many boats and yachtscoming to a halt in this city. The port is located in the hollow of the cliffs and it is the busiest port in the Mediterranean with more than 10,000 ships a year who are making a call in the port.
The town of Bonifacio is much appreciated by visitors who wiil fell a return in time by walking through the walls millennia who seems to tell you a story, their history. You will walk away from the Citadel and discover the narrow streets and the small squares that will lead you on the heights cliffs over the great views of the city.
The natural shoreline of Bonifacio is also very rich. Visitors can discover the natural heritage that fits perfectly in today farming. Remains reflect the agricultural past, as these small stone huts that visitors will cross in the countryside of Bonifacio.