At the south of Corsica, is the small but special tourist town of Bonifacio, with approx. 2,800 inhabitants, lively and interesting past. The high cliffs overlooking the sea, white limestone, in which in the past have been excavated houses and warehouses, characterize the old city, built around a cove so long and narrow to remember the Nordic fjords. The Port, located inside the fjord, although it is mainly fishing and trading, now has a considerable area diportistica well equipped. In addition, the ferry line to the city regularly ride to the port of Santa Teresa di Gallura in Sardinia. The journey of about 12 km. is covered in an hour of browsing with a fairly frequent ferry service. The company is engaged in this are the Moby Lines links with award-daily ensuring you to come and go during the day.