Visiting Mediterranean City of Bonifacio, Corsica

Visiting Mediterranean City of Bonifacio, Corsica

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Corsica is an island and region of France in the Mediterranean Sea, southeast of France and west of Italy. The island’s pleasant climate and the beautiful mountain and sea landscapes make it a popular destination among the French and other Western Europeans. Perched atop 200-foot chalk cliffs, The town of Bonifacio lights up the southern tip of Corsica. It is only major harbor of the southern coast. It provides gorgeous views over the Mediterranean Sea.

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Bonifacio view from southeastern cliff

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Small chapel east of Bonifacio

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Bonifacio cemetery

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German WWII bunkers in Bonifacio

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Heraldry in Bonifacio

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Eglise Sainte Marie Majeure in Bonifacio

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View on Bonifacio harbour

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Fishing boat in harbour of Bonifacio

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Limestone cliffs at Bonifacio

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Limestone cliffs at Bonifacio

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Citadel of Bonifacio

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Bonifacio perched on top of limestone cliffs

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Bonifacio perched on top of limestone cliffs

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Rovijn – One of the most photogenic towns in the Mediterranean

Rovijn – One of the most photogenic towns in the Mediterranean

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Rovinj is situated on the western coast of Istria in Croatia, the largest peninsula on the Adriatic coastline, a one hour drive from Trieste and 2.5 hours from Zagreb. The car-free old town is made up of Venetian-era pastel coloured houses built around a pretty fishing harbour and overlooked by a hilltop church. Town offers the largest baroque building in Istria, the tower of St. Euphemia is also the highest point in Rovinj, offering an enchanting view of the town and the archipelago that surrounds it. The church tower is a replica of the bell tower of St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice, with a bronze statue of Saint Euphemia on its spire. The statue spins around to show the direction of the wind with her right hand. Rovinj is also the most Italian town on this coast: there’s an Italian high school, the language is widely spoken, and street signs are bilingual.

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