The following destinations promise sea views, on a european background.
This Algarve town stretches across the Seven Hanging Valleys, a hiking trail with stunning views from above on the area’s rocky hills. There, you will find secluded cavities and enchanting cave formations, including one on Benagil Beach, which even has a skylight, for a unique experience.
Punta Ala, Italy
Although the Amalfi Coast and the villages north of the Cinque Terre steal the show, we must not forget that Tuscany also has a beautiful coastline. The Maremma region, which stretches from southwestern Tuscany to north Lazio, is a particularly popular destination for Italians in Rome and Tuscany, mainly due to its sandy beach and calm waters. Punta Ala is an ideal base for exploring the area, in a part of Italy that is much wilder and less developed than the most famous cities. Nature lovers can explore it in all its glory and others can relax with cocktails and views of Elba Island.
The beaches of the French Riviera are certainly more impressive, but the coastline of Brittany in northwestern France is more picturesque, in calmer tones. The historic village of Saint Malo was once home to sailors and pirates, including Jacques Cartier, the explorer who sailed for Canada in 1534 and claimed it for France. The place looks like a small island and has sandy beaches with a very charming historic center that was restored after World War II. Mont-Saint-Michel is about an hour away, a must-see monastery on an island in neighboring Normandy
Dubrovnik, on the one hand, attracts the attention of tourists, but on the other, Rovinj is an ideal seaside resort on the Istrian coast of Croatia. The city, in fact, was an island until 1763, when it was annexed inland, with its architecture very reminiscent of Venice, with its pastel buildings and narrow streets.
Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Ibiza, Spain
Most Ibiza visitors usually live in the city and resorts on its more developed east coast. To the west, however, the island has some of the most beautiful and tranquil beaches worth discovering, such as the village of Sant Josep de sa Talaia, which is also famous for its church, one of the most famous on the island.
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