1. Ronda (Spain)
Ronda is a city in Spain, Malaga Province, All are located in the mountains Which are 750 meters above sea level. "El Tajo", a canyon as deep as 100 meters, separating the old town from new town, leaving several buildings and houses right on the edge of a cliff. People can go from one side to another because of the canyon that stretches there are 3 bridges, each built at different times: the Roman, Moorish and the 18th century.
2. Bonifacio (Corsica)
At the southern tip of the island of Corsica, Bonifacio is the largest commune of the island. These fragile-looking fortress above the white limestone cliffs as high as 70 meters. A naval heaven throughout the centuries, Bonifacio is now a small pier for cruise ships from around the world expensive.
3. Castellfolit de la Roca (Spain)
A town in Catalonia, Spain, Castellfollit de la Roca is limited by the meeting between the river and Toronell Fluvià. Coral places where this city is high as more than 50 meters and a length of nearly 1 kilometer. The city is formed by a stretch of two lava flows and is one of the smallest cities in the province.
4. Santorini (Greece)
Located about 200 km southeast of mainland Greece, Santorini island formed by the remnants of volcanic explosion that destroyed a very large settlements which previously was an island. Minoan eruption that occurred about 3,600 years ago at the height of Minoan civilization, leaving a large caldera surrounded by hundreds of volcanic ash deposits and may be an indirect cause of the collapse of Minoan civilization in Crete. Spectacular physical beauty and vibrant nightlife, making this city one of Europe's favorite destination of tourists.
5. Manarola (Italy)
Located in Liguria, Manarola is one of the most precarious city located in Italy. Difficult to guess how long this town there, but the ancient texts of the Roman celebration of the making of wine have been found there. Today, you still can enjoy a walk through vineyards, walking in Via dell'Amore (the road of love) and brightly colored buildings near the edge.