Europe has some of the most picturesque coastline in the world, especially the crystal clear turquoise waters along the Mediterranean.
Below are 3 European coastal towns that are worth seeing 1st hand, as follows:
Elegant villas and residences line the shores of Biarritz, France, while surfers cannot get enough of the wild waves here. If you are not keen on catching a wave, take a romantic stroll along the several miles of sandy beach. Food travelers will not want to miss the Biarritz chocolate museum, where you can learn about traditional chocolate from the Basque Country.
Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region is not just 1 of the most gastronomically rich areas of the country, it is also home to some beautiful small towns, including the seaside gem of Cesenatico. In the town’s old harbor find bright and colorful boats that are part of the Floating Marine Museum. The picturesque canal is historic, designed by Leonardo da Vinci in Y 1502. Wander both sides of the canal and stop for lunch for the freshest seafood from the region.
Tossa De Mar, Spain
Take a road trip in Catalonia’s Costa Brava region and you will find coastal towns that will take your breath away. And 1 of these is Tossa de Mar, which is an ancient fishing village complete with a 12th-Century castle on its shore.
Tossa de Mar is quieter than some of the neighboring coastal towns in Costa Brava, making it an ideal stop if you are looking for a more relaxed holiday. Be sure to wander through the walled area of town, known as Vila Vella, and visit remnants of a Roman villa that dates to the 1st Century BC.
Enjoy your travels