Although I took a lot of photos in Bonifacio, there is an obvious feeling that there does not seem to be any photo that can be recognized as the Philippines at a glance, except for those photos that contain text.
A sacred corner of the ancient city-Cimetière Marin de Bonifacio San Domenico Church The San Domenico Church is deeply influenced by the traditional Baroque style and was introduced to France from Spain and Portugal. Approaching the church are three halls on the left, center, and right. The largest in the middle is the main hall, and the side halls on both sides are slightly smaller. Although the main hall and the church are separated, you can walk through the arch from the church. There are many columns supporting the church in the main hall. The columns are hovering and carved with baroque patterns, sacred flora and fauna, religious angels and plots from myths. Looking closer, the hanging carved patterns are exquisite, small and vivid. Looking up, even the ceiling has decorative patterns and magnificent murals. In the middle is a crown pattern, with white plaster reliefs and spiral columns surrounding it. If you want to systematically visit the treasures of the frescoes remaining in the church, you can go to the museum through the main building of the San Domenico Church. Bonifacio is located by the sea, and you can enjoy the Mediterranean scenery from a height. If you have plenty of time, you can also walk to the seaside to enjoy the magnificent Mediterranean scenery. Opening hours: 9:00-20:00 Ticket price: 2.6 Euro per adult for adults, 1.5 Euro per person for 2-16 years old, very cost-effective! Shopping: When you come to France, brand stores such as L’Occitane are popular places for travelers to check in. Even though Bonifacio doesn't have too many bustling cities, it has a quaint view, but such specialty shops are still indispensable! Transportation: As Bonifacio is an ancient city, it is recommended that you walk there. There are many special attractions nearby. Only on foot can you appreciate the quaint charm here. If you want to drive by yourself, you can park for free in the parking lot next to it.