Our last stop in Corsica was the tiny town of Bonofacio in the south of the island. From there we took a ferry to Sardinia, just a 50 minute journey.
Bonofacio is set high on a white, chalky cliff, which appears to be collapsing, so parts of the town hang over the rock. There is a magnificent entrance with remnants of a drawbridge providing security to the town. Tiny, narrow streets full of the usual tourist attractions of bars, cafes, gelatarias and churches add to the ambiance.
Cats and dogs are a part of life in France. Cats have freedom to roam at will and dogs are in cafes, bars and even keeping cool in the churches.