I know how difficult it would be to plan a trip on your own that to an unknown city. Being a traveler, I have been there and faced the same issue when I was planning a trip to Europe. So here I am to help all those voyagers who are planning a trip to Europe to have a beach vacation. I want them to know which places are the best and when to visit the so that you won’t feel confused or stressed and can easily explore the cities on your own.
There are several amazing places to visit and several adventures to go on in Europe.
You can enjoy the sandy beaches, clear seas, explore ancient ruins, historic places, interesting landscapes and what not, but only if you have the way to reach them and know about them.
Here are the top beaches you need to visit for relaxing, partying or exploring while planning a beach holiday in Europe. Pack your swimming outfits, your shades, along with sunscreen and a camera and go explore those glorious beaches.
Our Lady Beach – Porquerolles – France
As the principal ocean resort of the French Riviera, Hyères offers captivating and well-preserved beaches, clean water and an assurance of splendid sun. Regardless of whether you look for shade, security or family-accommodating spots, with more than 40 kilometres of coastline, you will have a lot of books to browse to go for a swim, construct a sand mansion or take an evening nap.
Flanked by lovely yet delicate pine backwoods, similarly, as delightful as different shorelines of Porquerolles, the shoreline in Notre Dame is, however, a great deal less crowded. The progressing re-vegetation program requires that everybody deal with the earth.
Navagio Beach – Greece
It is also known as the Shipwreck Beach, which is an exposed cove and also known as the Bootleggers Cove. It is situated on the shore of Zakynthos, in the Ionian Islands of Greece. It has been so named since 1983 when the asserted dealer delivery Panagiotis was destroyed on the shoreline while transporting cigarettes. Navagio is situated on the north-west shore of Zakynthos. The region is characterized by its transparent limestone bluffs, white sand shorelines, and clear blue water, which pull in a huge number of vacationers yearly. The segment of shoreline is reached just by pontoon. Standard visits to the beach might depart from the Porto Vromi towards the south. You can also change paths towards the northeast from the Agios Nikolaos and Cape Skinari. Watercrafts additionally touch base from the harbor of Zakynthos city.
Calo des Moro – Mallorca – Spain
Crystal clear waters open to the winds from east to south-east.
Highlights a sandy base awesome for scuba jumping and little pontoons to stay at an area which ranges from three to four meters, two nautical miles of the port of Cala Figuera Santanyí.
Oludeniz Beach – Turkey
Oludeniz (truly the Dead Sea, because of its quiet waters notwithstanding amid tempests; official interpretation name Blue Lagoon) is a little town and shoreline resort in the Fethiye area of Mugla Province, on the Turquoise Coast of southwestern Turkey.
Oludeniz remains a standout amongst the most captivating shorelines on the Mediterranean. It has a segregated sandy cove at the mouth of Oludeniz, on a blue tidal pond. The shoreline itself is a stone shoreline. The tidal pond is a national nature reserve where development is entirely prohibited. The seawater of Oludeniz is well known for its shades of turquoise and sea green and blue, while its shoreline is an official Blue Flag shoreline, every now and again appraised among the main five shorelines on the planet by explorers and tourism diaries.
Vasiliki – Greece
Porto Katsiki is a beach on the Ionian island of Lefkada. The name was given earlier because no one but goats could reach this range in the ancient times. The shoreline is at the base of an inward pale precipice. It is 35 km from Lefkada town, close to Athani town.
There are other cities as well which has amazing beach holiday resorts but amongst all the best ones are in Turkey and Greece.