Cliff of mountains is not the best place to build a town. It happens, and the reward for bravery is greatest bedroom view.
Ronda, Andalusia, Spain
Altitude 739m, Tajo de Ronda Gorge (Tajo de Ronda) divided by a city built on a cliff. Other views from the cliff overlooking the city and the beautiful Nuevo bridge linking the divided city, has become a leading tourist destination and historical heritage of Andalusia is also the oldest bullring in Spain.
Bonifacio, Corsica, France
Corsica, France’s southernmost town on the cliffs of the rias. The chalk-colored limestone carved by the waves over the years, the building located at the edge of the cliff has become shaped like protruding above the sea. Was once renowned as an impregnable fortress.
Castellfollit de la Roca, Spain
More than 50m high, built on a 1km long enough basalt eroded, most small towns in the region of Catalonia. Volcanic Zone Natural Park falls orotic entrance. There are only basalt stone quarry in Spain. Highlight the views of the village overlooking the church bell tower.
Popular tourist destination, following religious Mont Saint Michel. The town below the complex of monastic buildings and pilgrimage churches, traditionally dependent on the pilgrimage site and now on the tourist trade, lies near the river on the lowest slopes; it gives its name to Rocamadour, a small goat’s milk cheese that was awarded AOC status in 1996.
Northwest Greece, on the northern tip height of 400m Sesaria local community what the monastery was built on a rocky mountain monastery Meteora-term group.
The hull was scraped away to the cliff city of rivers and river Uekaru Fukaru. Is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage historic walled city of Cuenca.