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    The Bonifacio Cliffs

    A sheer drop.

    The cliffs of Bonifacio are inextricably linked with the town's identity. From the Saint-Roch chapel to the Pertusato semaphore, follow the path overhanging the 65 m high cliffs - which form part of the international Bouches de Bonifacio marine park - and enjoy the remarkable view of the town and the Bonifacio Straits.

    If you prefer to admire the cliffs from below, take a boat trip and discover the grottos that pepper the cliff face (including the Sdragonato sea grotto) and the famous King of Aragon staircase, carved into the cliff face, a monument to the King who, together with his soldiers, almost captured the town.

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