The hottest beaches of Europe

Zlatni Rat – Bol, Croatia

One of Croatia’s most beautiful locations is on Brac Island, which is reachable by Jadrolinija and Split Tours (from Makarska or Split) ferries. The most photographed beach of Croatia, Zlatni Rat, is located in Bol. The beautiful, gravel-covered peninsula is 158 meters long and its shape is constantly changing due to wind and wave erosion. This is also a perfect spot for windsurfing.

The average water temperature between July and August is equal to 23 degrees Celcius.

Larnaca, Cyprus

Cyprus is equipped with 52 blue-flag beaches, of which the southern coast is the most visited one. The surroundings of Larnaca lure in crowds of tourists. The sand beaches here are infinitely long and beautiful and they are a perfect place for sunbathing for days at a time. For laziness amateurs, this resort is a spot for the vacation of your dreams. If you’re not a fan of those kinds of vacation, you can visit this location’s underwater realm with a tourist-adapted “Sadko submarine”. Well, what can you see down there? 40 meters under the surface of the water, you can be amazed by diverse, colorful fish species (including a barracuda), and a now-famous shipwreck of Zenobia, a ferry, which sunk off the coast of Larnaka in 1980.

Bastia, Corsica, France

This is one of the most popular resorts of Corsica.  Bastia is the second biggest city on the island. It is most visited during July and August. It is a dynamic, coastal resort, a center of cuisine and wine. It is definitely advised to sightsee around Saint Nicolas square with the Napoleon statue. This is the cultural center of the city. Moreover, you should see the medieval fort with the Sainte Marie cathedral, the St-Jean-Baptiste church and the Old Harbor.

 

Velika Plaža – Ulcinj, Montenegro

This is currently Montenegro’s most visited resort. It is a destination for tourists – mainly because of its beautiful and broad beaches. The old part of the city is very close to the beach, which gives an amazing effect. It is here Velika Plaza, the most famous beach of the Adriatic Sea is located. It is 8 kilometers long and it is the longest beach of the country. In 2010

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