Photographer's Note

The ancient town of Bonifacio at the very southern tip of Corsica dates from 833, but there is nothing old-fashioned about the tourist trappings and commercialisation of this buzzing haven that attracts huge crowds, particularly in summer. The visitors come for the magnificent setting, for the town sits atop a narrow limestone peninsula, the bright white cliffs plunging into the cerulean blue Bouches de Bonifacio strait which separates Corsica from Sardinia, just seven miles (11km) away. The most scenic way to approach Bonifacio is by boat, through the channel, almost a mile long that protects the town's beautiful natural harbour.

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