Exotic secluded beaches of Europe under the slogan “Summer is coming, winter is leaving!” Part 2

Praia da Marinha, Algarve, Portugal


Praia de Marinha (Argarve) is the most popular and photographed beach in Portugal. It was nominated 1 of the 10 best beaches in Europe and won a top spot in TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards.

The limestone rock formations that are nearby as well as the sea caves compliments its natural beauty even further. 

Myrtos Beach, Kefalonia, Greece


The Greek islands are known for having incredibly beautiful beaches but Myrtos  beats them all when it comes to the whitest sand and clearest aquamarine waters.

This marvelous bay is surrounded by tall and green cliffs and is made by million of white small pebbles. 

The Concha, San Sebastian, Spain


The whole area is a perfect summer attraction but the beach seals the deal. It’s not only beautiful but it’s also very beach, with amazing waters for swimming.

It is a sandy beach and shallow substrate, in which the tide fluctuation affects greatly the area available for use. 

Marasusa Beach, Tropea, Italy


Tropea is one of the most beautiful towns of Italy and the jewel of Cantabria. This beaches proves this with how amazing it looks.

Here you will find a Beach with its gently shelving white sands, calm crystal clear aqua waters and stunning cliffs. 

Navagio Beach, Zakynthos Island, Greece


Navagio beach means Shipwreck in Greek and takes its name for the old ship that can be found on this beach in Zakynthos Island.

It is the most beautiful beach in Greece and one of the best in the world. What makes it so great is not only the clear waters and the beach itself but also the amazing surrounding landscape.

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