Stiniva Beach, Vis Island, Croatia

This amazing beach is small and hidden (secret). Also only a narrow pass between rocks allow it to connect with the bue waters sea.

It’s has all the characteristic to be the perfect secret beach treasure of Croatia!

Vik Black Sand Beach, Iceland

Vik Beach lacated in wonderful Iceland and it is very popular for having the blackest sand in the World. Its rugged coastline is also uniquely beautiful!

Just about 180 km away from Reykjavik, you will get to feel the black sand and the warm welcome of the locals.

Cale Goloritzé, Sardinia, Italy

Known as one of the most beautiful beaches of Italy (Sardinia Island), it is no wonder it is also one of the best of Europe & mediterranean.

Zlatni Rat, Brač, Croatia

The long peninsula of Croatia is known for this heavenly beach at its tip that is known to change shape. Like a tongue, it can curve a bit depending on the tide.

Zlatni rat is the most famous beach for wind surfing that impresses tourists from all over the world with its beauty.

Cala Macarella, Menorca, Spain

Cala Macarella (Menorca Island, Spain) is the perfect escape from crowds to a beautiful beach with fine sand and crystal clear turquoise waters.

Praia da Marinha, Algarve, Portugal

Praia de Marinha (Argarve) is the most popular and photographed beach in Portugal.

It was nominated 1 of the 10 best beaches in Europe and won a top spot in TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards.

Myrtos beach, Kefalonia, Greece

The Greek islands are known for having incredibly beautiful beaches but Myrtos  beats them all when it comes to the whitest sand and clearest aquamarine waters.

The Concha, San Sebastian, Spain

The whole area is a perfect summer attraction but the beach seals the deal. It’s not only beautiful but it’s also beautiful, with amazing waters for swimming.

Marasusa Beach, Tropea, Italy

Tropea is one of the most beautiful towns of Italy and the jewel of Cantabria. This beaches proves this with how amazing it looks.

Navagio Beach, Zakynthos Island, Greece

Navagio beach means Shipwreck in Greek and takes its name for the old ship that can be found on this beach in Zakynthos Island.

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