There’s something about a lighthouse that makes us take an inward look at our thoughts, desires, and plans. Beacons have been guiding ships through the night since ancient times, when people built fires on hilltops to warn mariners or guide them safely to land. The Lighthouse of La Madonetta in Bonifacio, Corsica, France, sits atop limestone cliffs overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea. The best way to see it is by boat, where you can also circle the nearby islands and see natural rock formations, historic architecture, and more.
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