Europe has some great beaches to offer, here are some of our favourite beaches that we wanted to share with you.
On the cliffs to the west of Porthcurno is the world famous Minack Theatre . This wonderful open air venue commands superb views across Porthcurno Bay, with its turquoise water and golden rocks. Between May and September each year, performances are given by a variety of theatrical companies.
Valencia beach, Spain
long, golden stretch of sand lined with tavernas serving top-notch paella. When you tire of soaking up the rays, head into town for culture, bar-hopping and some great boutiques.
Malta Ramla Bay beach, Gozo, Malta
Ramla l-Hamra Bay, meaning Red Beach in Maltese, is Gozo’s largest sandy beach with unique bright orange-red coloured sand and beautiful blue clear waters. Ramla Bay is also one of the most beautiful beaches in Malta, set in the bottom of a valley with unspoilt wild and fertile nature.
Myrtos Beach In Kefalonia, Greece
The beach has a semi-circular shape surrounded by impressive white rocky cliffs with lush vegetation on top of them creating a spectacular setting. The lush green area, the abrupt terrain, the white pebbles and the crystal waters compose a stunning scenery. The beach is well-organized at the most part with umbrellas and sundecks while a small part remains completely unspoilt, ideal for total isolation.
Sicily Rabbit Beach In Lampedusa, Italy
The island got its name since it was once filled with rabbits, however, now only a few rabbits can be spotted. The island is quite small and is a good place to visit to enjoy its lovely beaches and to just relax with an afternoon picnic lunch. The island remains mostly deserted during the weekdays and only a few people visit here on weekends. Ferries and boats are available from Lampedusa to reach this island.
Zlatni Rat, Brac Croatia
This beach is situated on the southern coast of the Island of Brac, less than 2 km from a beautiful town of Bol. There is a lovely promenade under the pine trees shade leading from the town to the beach, along which you can find many other small beaches, restaurants, bars and playgrounds for children.
Ibiza Calla Bassa, Spain
Cala Bassa Beach is surrounded by a wooded area of ancient, gnarled Sabina trees, and boasts clear, turquoise waters and soft, pale golden sand. It's a safe bathing spot for kids, but not exactly a 'sleepy' beach, as there is a range of watersports on offer.