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Beach Lovers Guide – 5 Best Beaches In Europe 2021


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We might not all be able to travel Europe, while the coronavirus continues to circulate but there’s no bad time to dream of the best beaches in Europe for your next coastal vacation.

Europe is blessed with some of the best beaches in the World. There are thousands of beaches around this continent.

To make you fall in love with it, we have accumulated the best beaches in Europe.

Cala Goloritze, Sardinia

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Cala Goloritze was created by a landslide 55 years ago and since that time it has been awarded a UNESCO title. It is one of the most peaceful beaches in Sardinia.

It may look pretty but it is not at all easy to reach there as it is located at the foot of a cliff. It is impossible to reach there by car. The only way to reach there is by a chartered boat or by a 2-hour hike and it’s so worth it.

Navagio, Zakynthos Island, Greece

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Navagio beach that is also known as Shipwreck Beach is nestled on the Greek Island of Zakynthos. The beach is surrounded by white cliffs that make it accessible only through a taxi boat from Porto Vromi.

Once you get there, you will witness the blue waters that are perfect for swimming and snorkeling both. The white cliffs provide shelter from wind and so you won’t find many water sports here.

Ölüdeniz Beach, Turkey

Ölüdeniz Beach is also known as the Blue Lagoon. It is a beautiful wide bay that is one of the most attractive spots in Turkey. The beach is surrounded by forest so there is no overdevelopment happening in the future.

The beach has some basic amenities like restrooms, showers, and several cafes on offer.

Praia De Marinha, Portugal

Praia de Marinha beach is located among limestone cliffs in the popular Algarve region. It has often been voted by various travel magazines as the best beaches in the world. You will find here crystal clear waters, golden sands, and spiked rock formations.

You can reach here by slight climbing, so you have to make sure that you have a pair of good shoes as flip flops won’t work there.

La Concha, Spain

La Concha beach is based in San Sebastian, Spain. When compared to other beaches in Spain, La Concha lies somewhere in the middle. It is one of the most photographed beaches in Spain. Getting on this beach is easy and it stretches to 1.5 kilometers.

The real beauty of this beach is the city behind it. San Sebastian is an absolute charm. You can also try watersports here, you can try surfing, kayaking, and windsurfing.

Conclusion

Europe is taken up by various beautiful beaches in the world. This is a guide to help you take a big trip to Europe, though going to the beach might not be on top of your to-do list. There’s so much more to experience in Europe, culture, buildings, wine, and cheese to eat! Still, it’s possible to do all that by relaxing on the sand, and we recommend you.

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