Don’t look too far! Check these Europe’s most beautiful beaches, you’ve never heard about
When thinking about Europe as a travel destination, most people will think about museums and architecture and Inclement weather.
You do not have to go far away to Asia or the Caribbean to enjoy a sunny beach with golden sand.
If you live in Europe, you can take advantage of low-cost flights that reach almost every destination in Europe, including many awesome beaches.
These are the 5 most beautiful beaches in Europe, you should consider visiting when planning your next vacation. Enjoy!
1. Rabbit Beach – Sicily, Italy
I think in this case, we should start with some photos, and then give the details…
Rabbit Beach, located in Sicily Italy, recently won the title for the most beautiful beach in the world!
The beach itself is located on Lampdoza Island, which is quite small; its length is about 12 km, and it is about 3 km wide.
2. Cala Goloritze – Sardinia
Cala Goloritze is a marvelous beach and definitely among Europe’s most beautiful beaches, with spectacular clear blue color. The beach is hidden in a small cove, and it can be reached only by a boat or a short walk, which means you won’t hear any car engines during your visit to this beach.
The water surroundings are excellent for swimming and snorkeling.
3. Playa de las Catedrales – Ribadeo
Playa de las Catedrales, located in Ribadeo City, which lies next to the Atlantic ocean.
The beach is “decorated” with bow-shaped rocks and caves that can be seen at low tide times, in addition to coastal cliffs that allow visitors to take a look out over the wide ocean.
4. Balos – Crete
In the northwestern part of the island of Crete is the breathtaking beach, Balos. The rocky beach has white sand with two bays and crystal clear water.
This beach is famous for its turquoise waters and wild, exotic beauty.
In the summer, the beach is full of tourists, so those of you who prefer some quiet places are not recommended to visit in July – August.
5. Saint Pauls Bay – Lindos, Rhodes
Rhodes is a Greek island in the Mediterranean Sea. On the way from the central city of Rhodes to the small village Lindos, there’s a hidden bay called St. Paul’s.
This small beach is surrounded by cliffs, which are a great place to observe the beach and its lovely blue water.
The bay is about an hour’s drive from the center city of Rhodes.
Is your favorite Europe beach in this list? If not, share with me in the comments below 🙂