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Port Bonifacio, Corsica, France
Port Bonifacio, also known as Capitaneria Port de Plaisance Bonifacio or Port de Bonifacio is located in the village with the same name, on the island of Corsia, in the department of Corse-du-Sud. It is the largest commune in Corsica and one of the most wonderful places on this side of the coast, that were designed by Mother Nature itself. It is bordered by Figari and Porto-Vecchio and it represents a major tourist attraction all year round. The ancient cave of Araguina-Sennola and the chambered tomb of Vasculacciu are two of the archaeological evidence that prove previous’ civilisations existence. Tourists will be fascinated by these sights, as well as by the Citadel of Bonifacio, which is a historical masterpiece. Fantastic, steep cliffs and clifftop buildings can be seen from off-shore and visitors who are passionate about history will be delighted by the two Genoese towers in the area. This idyllic spot on the Mediterranean coastline must be explored in detail.
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The island of Corsica, which is also known as Corse in Corsican, is located in the Mediterranean Sea, on the western side of Italy. Corsica’s territory belongs to France but its culture, lifestyle, history, traditions and arts beautifully combine a variety of origins. Today, it is comprised of two departments: Haute-Corse and Corse-du-Sud, in Upper and Southern Corsica. This island shows off its beauty that can be observed from each angle. We recommend you a Corsica yacht itinerary.
Tourism is an extremely well developed field in this region, having lush holiday resorts, luxurious hotels and vacation rentals, amazing beaches, a luxuriant vegetation, incredible cliffs that were carefully designed by Mother Nature and amazing mountains. The villages and towns in Corsica are picturesque and hide ancient treasures of the world, but the cities are no less spectacular.
Corsica has a continuous and tumultuous history that is simply ... more info