Sporty or not, descending this Stairway, you will encounter the most remarkable view! And this will encourage you to exercise those legs!
The King of Aragon’s Stairway is unusual, and according to a legend, was built overnight by the hands of the King of Aragon’s troops in 1420. Having descended these 187 steps you will be astounded by the numerous and incredible views of the sea, Sardinia, and the cliffs, all at 180°.
Walk on water
A few metres above the sea, following a path built into the cliff, you will walk alongside the blue turquoise water. Thus coming to the Saint Barthelemy soft water well that was naturally tunnelled by the Stairway. No longer in use today.
Kids, you can challenge your parents!
After having climbed the 187 steps, you will receive a diploma for your courage! This diploma is given to the adventurous kids up to 11 years old.
Enjoy this incredible and unusual challenge, in Bonifacio!
-The visit of this special site requires a good physical capacity and respect of the security rules. Please read the rules for visiting the Escalier du Roy Aragon before your visit.
-Access to the stairs only to people with closed and flat shoes (prohibition: flip-flops, slippers shoes with heels).
- View : Mer, Falaises
- Environment : Coast, Medieval town, With panormaic view
Why it’s nice !
- View and photo
- Work on your breathing exercises!
- Overwhelming feeling
- Duration of individual visit: 30 minutes
- Duration of visit: 30 minutes
Comfort / services
- Internet - WiFi
- Animals forbidden
Activities on the spot
- Historical Monument
Additional information on services
- Peut être visité : Oui
Conditions de gratuité : Children up to 5 years
- Simple visit : 5,00 €
- Pass Monument : 6,50 €
- Group rate (from 10 people) : 4,00 €
- Simple visit from 6 to 11 years : 2,00 €
- Monument Pass from 6 to 11 years old : 2,00 €
-Not recommended for pregnant women
-Not recommended for cardiac persons
Means of payment
- Holiday vouchers
Pursuant to government measures to combat the Covid-19 epidemic, L'Escalier du Roy d'Aragon is closed from October 30, 2020 and until further notice. Between July 3 and October 29, nearly 70,000 of you visited this unusual monument in the citadel of Bonifacio. We hope to be able to welcome you very soon.