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Bonifacio Marina

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Facilities
Fuel
Water
Electricity
Toilets
Showers
Laundry
WiFi
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Provisions
Nearby
Restaurants
Nearby
Chandlery
Nearby
Boatyard
No
Sailmaker
Yes
Car Rental
Yes
Bike Rental
No
Phone
Mobile
E-Mail
Web Site
Port of Entry
Arrival Reqs
Office Hours
Town
Zone
Latitude
Longitude
Address
info@bonifaciomarina.com
No
Pre-book online
All day
Bonifacio
South-West
41.388465
9.163665
Address
Google Rating
Yes
Crowd Rating
4.5
Environmental Protection
Recycling
No
Oil Disposal
No
Pump Out
No
Solar Panels
No
 Season Prices for 12m S/Y in €
Annual
Low
May/Oct
47
Jun/Sep
47
July
75
August
75
Winter
Price
Dates
Liveaboards
Contact
Green Yachting View

This is a truly stunning place for cruisers to visit. The marina is not large and in high season, getting a berth is a problem. Totally protected at the head of an inlet in the spectacular chalk cliffs, the quay abounds with life and restaurants of doubtful quality and highish prices. Excellent ice cream parlours too. The walled old citadel town may also be full of over-priced restaurants, but the views are so stunning that we rather forget the rest. Warmly recommended.

Their Description

Enclosed in its gully protected by its enveloping cliffs, the port of Bonifacio, a benchmark stopover in the Mediterranean, welcomes more than 10,000 passing boats each year. The majority of its territory remains under high protection with the active participation of the Bouches de Bonifacio Nature Reserve and the International Marine Park. Bonifacio is located at a maritime crossroads between the roads from Spain to Italy and from France to Greece, with an exceptional geographical and geological situation. Its medieval city, flanked by a rocky outcrop seems eternal��_