Bonifacio is a picturesque town in the south of Corsica, France. It is perched on a limestone cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Bonifacio has a rich history and culture, dating back to the 9th century when it was founded by Boniface II, the count of Tuscany. Bonifacio is a popular tourist destination, offering stunning views, charming streets, ancient fortifications, and a lively marina. Bonifacio is also a gateway to the nearby islands of Lavezzi and Cavallo, which are part of a natural reserve with diverse flora and fauna.