The Far South
The south of Corsica basin is represented by its two main cities, Porto-Vecchio and Bonifacio. On the outskirts of Porto-Vecchio, beautiful Corsican beaches such as Palombaggia, Santa Giulia line the coast and creeks.
Porto-Vecchio, Corsica third city, is the first tourist resort in South Corsica with its natural environment, its lare choice of activities as well as its high picturesque town, surrounded by ramparts and lively in season. Nearby Porto-Vecchio, the mountainous site of the Alta Rocca and Bavella are worth visiting.
Located at the tip Corsica, Bonifacio has a special place in the beauty of the island landscape, this is the most unusual city. Installed on its rocky promontory of white limestone carved by wind and spray, this sentinel city faced since antiquity to the archipelagos of the Lavezzi and Cerbicales islands, famous for their seabed. From the sea, the upper town is staggering with old various houses at the end of a cliff. The town is built into a fortress, and divided into two parts: the marina with its latest marina and the old ville..Cette contains many treasures like the staircase of the King of Aragon, the Church of St. Dominic, paths Ronde, the marine cemetery at the edges of cliffs with panoramic views of the sea and Sardinia. Bonifacio also has a strong cultural attraction because it is the only Corsican town where evolve several brotherhoods during religious processions on Good Friday.