Europe is home to some of the most attractive beaches in the world. The variety of beach resorts around the continent is only growing as this listing of the newest top resorts shows.
Cornwall is on the far southwestern end of England and is home to many appealing beaches. There are more than a hundred beaches to visit around Cornwall. The Gorran Haven Beach is a noteworthy east-facing beach that is also pet-friendly. Meanwhile, the Bedruthan Steps Beach is located near some beautiful cliffs and is secluded enough that it can only be accessed during low tide.
The resort has become popular in recent time thanks to its extensive variety of fine restaurants and hotels. These include the Cornish Arms Pub run by Rick Stein of the BBC and the Cliffside Scarlet Hotel.
Valletta is a popular peninsula around the Marsamxett and Grand Harbours in Malta. Valletta is famous for being home to many of the most appealing Baroque buildings around the island and has been officially recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
The beaches and bays all around the region are among the most popular places for people to check out when looking for thrilling things to explore. The beaches around the region include many fine spots that highlight impressive views of prominent attractions like the Hastings Gardens and Upper Barrakka Gardens. Water polo and swimming sites are available around the region as well as plenty of rocks to sunbathe around including the ones at the Jews Sally port.
While Valletta has plenty of history to its name, it is also a place filled with plenty of great resorts and thrilling hotels like the Maison La Vallette. People can especially enjoy a variety of appealing cafes and wine bars all around the town. The Caffe Cordina, Tico Tico Bar and the Pub are among the top spots to check out here.
Korcula is a prominent island off the coast of Croatia that has become a great place for beach travel in recent years. Korcula is home to many beautiful Adriatic scenes and a variety of Venetian Renaissance buildings that are reflective of the island’s history. The old Dalmatian defensive towers and red-roofed houses around the town are unique features that make this place look appealing. The island is especially popular for its connection to Marco Polo as it is believed that he was born on this island.
The beaches around Korcula include many attractive sandy spots home to many unique resorts. The Banje and Vrnik beaches are popular pebble beaches while the Zakrjan beach is home to some of the most impressive rocky formations around. There are also plenty of different beach resorts to visit while out on the island including the Amfora resort on the western end and the Jedra Beach Resort Hvar located further east on the southern part of the island.
Visit any of these places the next time you are considering a great trip to an appealing beach resort in Europe.
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