Passing the strait of Bonifacio, the thrilling town of Bonifacio and the cliffs of Corsica will announce the amazing natural landscapes and a thrilling days that are in front of us. It is one of the must-see sights approaching by boat to the shores of Corsica. Bonifacio is on the southern coast of Corsica, separated from the Italian island of Sardinia by the 11-kilometer-long Strait of Bonifacio, which is named after the town. The two islands were once joined, but volcanic activity tore them apart, leaving huge shards of granite rock in the turquoise waters. The sea floor here is now dotted with wrecks of pirate ships and ancient vessels which crashed against the many crags, and has become a mecca for divers. There are few towns that can boast such a dramatic, seemingly precarious position as Bonifacio! Teetering perilously atop an eroding limestone promontory that juts out into the sea, east to west, for around1.5km, it has to be seen to be believed. Our journey continues alongside the amazing shores of Corsica, offering the stunning views and a wild landscape, and here we understand further why Corsica and Sardinia are often called a well-kept secret of Mediterranean.
The stunning coastal ride between amazing rocky formations on one side at the altitude of few hundred meters above the sea level and the sea on the other side, offers one of the most beautiful rides ever experienced, particularly in the sunset time. It is a true must see and unforgettable ride you will wish to repeat.