The most beautiful beaches in Europe

What do you think if we talk about the “Top of the most beautiful beaches”? Turquoise water, white sand some will answer Mauritius, others Thailand or Seychelles and Europe? Europe is full of beaches all the more exceptional than each other, and has nothing to envy the Caribbean! You want to play sports against crystal clear water? Make golden sandcastles? Do you swim in a lagoon or spend your honeymoon on heavenly beaches? The Old Continent has what you need.From Spain to Greece via Ireland, discover our top of the most beautiful beaches in Europe.

  1. Salga Beach, Espalmador Island, Formentera

Separated from Formentera by 150 meters, it is a natural park and a private property that tourists can visit. No restaurants or bars, which make the beach even more special. By boat or swimming, it’s up to you!

  1. Beaches of the Cies Islands, Galicia, Spain

Before arriving on the Galician coast, you will find these small green islands, wild Wonderful!

  1. Fetovaia Beach, Elba Island, Italy

The “Isola Elba” is an island of Tuscany whose man has not yet altered the wild state. Its beaches, its water, the green of its forests make this island a place to admire and explore. Fetovaia is the treasure of Elba.

  1. Las Catedrales Beach, Lugo, Spain

This beautiful beach has the particularity of being composed of cliffs shaped arches of more than 30 meters high, which remind us of a cathedral, hence its name. In addition, when the tide is low, you can see the caves and corridors of curious shapes.

  1. Porto Katsiki, Greece

Considered one of the most beautiful in Greece, it is surrounded by hills and accessible only by narrow steps along a cliff. Of course, its crystal clear waters and golden sand are worth it!

  1. Balos Beach, Crete

The Gramvo usa peninsula is located northwest of the island of Crete. To access this beach, you can only go by boat, from the port of Kissamos, or walk along a track among the rocks. The strip of sand separates the beach into lagoons more blue than blue!

Taormina, Sicily

There are two sets of beaches in the chic area of ​​Taormina in Sicily. The closest are the pebble beaches of Mazzarò. Isola Bella, a popular island, is located between the beaches. The area has several coves and caves that can be explored. A few kilometers further south, in Giardini-Naxos, you will find long sandy beaches, best for swimming!

  1. Stara Baska beach, island of Krk, Croatia

This beach of small white stones offers crystal clear water. Perfect for believing in the Bahamas, the island of Krk is the largest island in Croatia.

  1. Costa Smerelda, Sardinia

The “Emerald Coast” is not only well-known as a playground for the rich and famous, but also for its incomparable beaches and secluded coves!

  1. Blue Lagoon Beach, Comino, Malta

This is one of the obligatory stops if you go to Malta. Located in the southern part of the island of Comino, hidden in a cove that is accessible only by boat, you will discover beautiful white island and the blue waters of the Mediterranean.

  1. Las Teresitas Beach, Tenerife

An artificial beach that stands out from the rest of Tenerife by its color. While the whole island contains volcanic black sand, this beach is made of Sahara sand, characterized by its yellow color and its astonishing finesse.

 

Author: Robin Gupta