Europe might seem small, but what it lacks in size makes up for in beauty – scenic lavender fields, staggering alpine views, and majestic limestone cliffs, not to mention the incredible variety of historical sites. But given the wealth of beautiful places in Europe, it’s hard to decide where to stay on your next visit. To help you with this, check out some of these amazing places in Europe.
Narvik is a scenic Norwegian town surrounded by incredible history and a stunning Arctic landscape. Visit in winter to witness the spectacular Northern Lights or in summer for the Midnight Sun. In between sightseeing, learn about the town’s interesting wartime history and enjoy delicious local meals at the town’s best restaurants. For a truly unique experience, stay in a beautiful Arctic Dome. It’s fantastic in winter, where you get to see the Northern Lights from the comfort of the dome.
The Scottish Highlands
The Scottish Highlands feel like a world away from the rest of the UK. It’s the most sparsely populated part of Scotland, where you could go days or weeks without seeing another person. But it’s also home to scenic towns and villages, with friendly and welcoming locals. There are so many beautiful sights to see in the Highlands that you may need to spend several days to fit them all in. If you wish to spend a few days in the Highlands and you’re travelling in big groups, consider staying in the Auchterarder House, a lavish home rental with exceptionally spacious bedrooms and a massive amount of living space.
Paros may not be as popular as Santorini or Mykonos, but it has a unique charm that you won’t find in some other Greek islands. Boasting natural landscapes and more than a hundred kilometres of coastline, it is home to idyllic beaches, verdant mountains, and charming seaside villages. The best part is, it’s only a short ferry ride away from Athens. But if you wish to spend a few nights here, stay in a hotel overlooking the sea. You’ll find plenty of these hotels in Paros. Some of them have direct access to the island’s top beaches.
Blessed with breathtaking landscapes, beautiful white sand beaches, and a welcoming atmosphere, Pollensa has the perfect recipe for a relaxing holiday. It is also ideal for those looking for some fun water sports adventures. Here, you can spend your days relaxing by the beach, yachting, or simply admiring the beautiful surroundings. To make the most of your visit, stay in one of the Vida Villas superb accommodations. Some of these villas are situated in a secluded setting in Pollensa, allowing you to relax in peace and quiet.
The Amalfi Coast
The Amalfi Coast may only be 30 miles long, but this stunning stretch of coastline is home to charming villages with secluded coves, beautiful beaches, and towering cliffs. It might not be the cheapest destination to visit in Europe, but it’s definitely well worth it. Here, you can spend your days lazing on the beach, hiking the charming villages, or dining at the fancy seaside restaurants. The best part about visiting the Amalfi is you will have plenty of options for your accommodations. You’ll find numerous premium hotels in the area that are frequently ranked as some of the best in the world for their service and outstanding views.