With its emerald green water and smooth white sand stretching, many beaches in Europe are considered paradise, easily seducing even the most demanding visitors.
1. Platja de Ses Illetes, Formentera Island, Spain
Not as famous as the island of Ibiza, Formentera is more peaceful with the highlight of the beautiful Platja de Ses Illetes beach. It attracts visitors by its emerald water and fine white sand. You can roam around the island on a one-day schedule.
2. Porthcurno, Cornwall, England
The weather in England is usually cold and rainy, but when you reach Cornwall, you will find the small village of Porthcurno, home to the most beautiful white sand beaches in Europe.
3. Myrtos, Kefalonia, Greece
Greece has no shortage of beautiful beaches but attracts and impresses the most sea-loving lovers, not to mention Myrtos. Located deep in a bay, surrounded by high mountains and 2.4 km long coastline, Myrtos exudes mysterious and poetic beauty.
4. Rabbit, Lampedusa, Italy
This place is suitable for enjoying the warm air if you want to avoid winter. Traveling around the island on a small-capacity motorcycle is also considered to be an attractive suggestion for travelers.
5. Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain
It is considered by Europeans as the second version of the Caribbean. Immersing in a peaceful, quiet space, enjoying slow lunches, sipping a glass of fragrant wine is an attractive idea not only for Spaniards but also for Europeans. This island has warm weather and many beautiful, unspoiled beaches, one of which is Fuerteventura.
6. Vik, Vík í Myrdal, Iceland
Unlike many other beaches in the world, Vik seduces tourists by the beauty of the black sand, the cool temperature all year round, and strong waves. This is an ideal place for water sports lovers.
Coming to Vik, you not only admire the beauty of the colors but also enjoy the grandeur from the imposing basalt cliffs running along the Reynisdrangar coast. Because the waves are so strong, it is not recommended to swim here. Instead, explore the caves at low tide and in summer go for a walk, watching the seabirds.