Cinque Terre, Italy

Recognised for its idyllic fishing villages where colourful houses,

the rugged Cinque Terre coastline is a designated UNESCO Heritage Site, also encompassing the vineyards and countryside that backs this stretch of coast.

Sicily, Italy

Combining ancient fusion culture with dramatic scenery, Sicily Island (Sicilia) in Italy leaves quite an impression on those who visit.

The most dramatic landmark on this Italian island is without doubt the stratovolcano Mount Etna, which sits on the east coast with vineyards within its foothills

Cornwall, England

This unique patch of southern England is characterized by its rugged coastline of windswept cliffs, hidden coves, and charming harbour towns.

Isle of Sky, Scotland

Situated off Scotland’s northwest coast, the remote Isle of Skye isn’t often the first of the many coastal destinations in Europe to come to mind.

But with its pristine coastline of cliffs and bays, and dramatic mountainous backdrop, it’s certainly one of the most captivating spots to explore.

The wild Atlantic way, Ireland

Dubbed the Wild Atlantic Way for its remarkably wild landscape and exposure to the Atlantic Ocean, Ireland’s west coast is well worth discovering.

French Riviera, France

Head 10 stories above Barcelona’s frenetic Passeig de Gràcia to the top of the century-old Majestic Hotel & Spa for unobstructed views of the city’s thoroughfare.

The Algarve, Portugal

Golden bays and whitewashed coastal towns have long made the Algarve one of the most enticing coastal destinations in Europe.

Dalmatian Coast, Croatia

On Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, both mountainous terrain and historic towns overlook the Adriatic Sea. Split is the coast’s main draw,

…with the 4th century Roman fortress Diocletian’s Palace at its centre, and a vibrant restaurant and bar scene to discover after the sun goes down.

Santorini, Greece

Santorini surprises many of its visitors with its volcanic landscape; black sand beaches fringe the island’s shores, vineyards are cultivated on volcanic plains, and whitewashed houses and blue-domed churches cling to the rocky terrain.