Travelling is one of the best ways to spend your free time and we all love to make plans for vacation. If this year’s goal is to discover new places in Europe, we have some suggestions for you. Here are six of the most beautiful landscapes on the old continent.
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1. Trolltunga, Hordaland, Norway
Trolltunga is one of the most popular places in Norway where tourists can admire an amazing view on top of this gigantic rock. This rocky formation which literally means the troll’s tongue, due to its long horizontal shape, is 700 meters high and it lies just above Ringedalsvatnet Lake. It is located in Horland county, a well-known region for its beautiful landscape.
2. Procida, Italy
Italy is already famous for its many attractions including its amazing natural assets and great cuisine. Procida is a representative destination located in the Bay of Naples. This small and welcoming island is an ideal summer vacation for those who love the sea and nautical activities. The panoramic view on the island is fascinating, so don’t forget to take your camera for some landscape photography that will surely get many compliments.
3. Blue Mosque, Istanbul
The Blue Mosque is one of Istanbul’s historic landmarks. This impressive mosque whose name illustrates its splendid color was built in the 17th century. This impressive architectural treasure lures thousands of tourists yearly. Moreover, it still functions as a worship place. The mosque is situated close to the shore so those who arrive here are can also admire the charming scenery nearby.
4. The Camargue, France
The Camargue is one of the most beautiful places in Europe. This French destination is one of the largest deltas on the continent. It is the perfect retreat for a relaxing vacation where you can admire the wildlife, take long walks on a fine sandy beach, see the amazing red salt lagoons or the imposing Roman ruins.
I hope you enjoyed our suggestions and you’ll consider them for your next trip to Europe. If you want to find out more about traveling tips and ideas, browse through the other post on our blog.
5. Bruges, Belgium
Bruges is one of the best landscapes in Belgium. This is a recurrent destination for tourists worldwide and a UNESCO site. Bruges is a charming and cozy medieval city where you can find plenty interest points like museums, cafés, pubs, and souvenir shops. What highlights this city’s potential is its privileged position: Bruges is situated in the beautiful Flanders region, on the coast and it is crossed by canals, hence its nickname, the ‘Venice of the North’.
6. Porto Katsiki, Lefkada, Greece
Porto Katsiki in Lefkada is one of those places where everything seems perfect just because you find yourself in the middle of an utterly beautiful nature. This splendid area that lies on the Ionic Sea has been inhabited since the 4th millennium BC and nowadays there are plenty artifacts that remind us of those remote times. Thus, tourists who come here for fine beaches and turquoise water can also embark on a historic tour and learn more about the beginning of this civilization.
Sailing is one of the top priorities if you choose Greece as your holiday destination. Our suggestion for boat mooring in this area is the Ormos Vasiliki Marina located in the eastern part of the island.