Europe’s Most Beautiful Coastal Towns

Hidden Coastal Towns in Europe Worth Seeking Out

Enjoy a beautiful holiday in peaceful villas overlooking the sea, where you can relax in complete peace and tranquillity.

We long for a chance to go away. Allow yourself some time off to travel, become acquainted with new locations, and uncover hidden paradises. Of course, while arranging a holiday, we make the mistake of picking the busiest places or the biggest cities without taking the time to consider the hidden gems and natural wonders that are all around us. A major benefit of travelling to lesser-known or less-traveled cities is that we may better understand a place’s culture by experiencing it in a more authentic manner that is less affected by tourist traffic. This often occurs in seaside communities with a lot of character, where we may disengage from the outside world and interact with the locals while learning about their customs.Europe is the second-smallest continent, and it could be described as a large peninsula or as a subcontinent. Europe is the western portion of the Eurasian landmass and is located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere. Several larger islands belong to Europe, such as Iceland or the British Isles with the UK and Ireland.

Fjällbacka (Sweden)

The sceneries of this little town, which is situated around 150 kilometres from Gothenburg, will be recognisable to readers of crime fiction books. It is the birthplace of the author Camilla Läckberg, as well as the setting for the gruesome killings that appear in her crime novels. Fjällbacka, on the other hand, is a fishing village with a population of just a thousand people during the winter (although in summer that number is multiplied by twenty).

Vernazza (Italy)

It is one of the five cities that make up the province of La Spezia, which is located on the coast of the Ligurian Sea. It is a popular tourist destination. In addition to its colourful façade and virtually concealed architecture, which were constructed to survive incessant sea invasions hundreds of years ago, Vernazza is considered the most magnificent castle in the Cinque Terre region.

Nauplia (Greece)

The village of Nauplia is located around 130 kilometres southeast of Athens. The Aegean Islands is a Greek archipelago that is situated in the centre of the Peloponnese peninsula and off the shore. Its cobblestone streets are a genuine historical gem. All visitors to Nauplia should see the Bourtzi castle and the Palamada mountain, which are both spectacular.

Espinho (Portugal)

This village with large sandbanks is located in close proximity to Porto. It is an ancient fishing community, where the calm seas are beneficial for fishing. As a result, no tourist will be able to resist sampling the region’s diverse cuisine, which fish heavily influence.

Mundaka (Vizcaya)

The Basque coast is full of interesting nooks and crannies. This is true of this little town, which is considered to be one of the gems of the Biscayan coast. Mundaka is a little village in the Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve that is situated in front of the large sandy region of Laida and offers unparalleled views of the island of zaro. It also boasts a wave known as the Mundaka wave, which is believed to be one of the world’s top left-handers, with a length that may exceed 400 metres and is considered to be one of the best in the world.

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Fun Fact

What is Europe's real name?

Europa, Europe comes from the Phoenician word EROB, meaning where the sun set (west of Phoenicia,west of Bosphorus, Sea of Marmora).

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