The Most Beautiful Beaches in Europe – Part 2

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While, in the most parts of northern hemisphere, it is cold winter, we will take you to the most beautiful beaches of Europe and let you enjoy the warm sun and blue sea for at least few minutes. Here we show you some of the most famous and most breathtaking beaches along Southern Europe : Myrtos beach, Porto Katsiki beach, Caló des Moro beach, Scopello beaches and Cala Mariolu beach.

See The Most Beautiful Beaches in Europe – Part 1 for more.

Here are few photos of each beach, enjoy.

Myrtos, Greece

Myrtos Beach is located in the northwest of Greek island Kefalonia in Ionian Sea. It is surrounded by cliffs made up of marble, while the beach itself if made up of round, white cobblestones.

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Porto Katsiki

Porto Katsiki Beach on the Greek island Lefkada in the Ionian Sea is one of the most famous Greek beaches. It has the shape of an arc and it is surrounded by steep cliffs. It is one of the most photographed European beaches.

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Caló des Moro

Caló des Moro Beach is located on the Spanish island Mallorca. It is not a big beach but it is one of the most colorful and charming beaches you could ever see.

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Scopello, Sicily

Scopello is a Sicilian town with amazing nature and  beautiful beaches. It is a perfect place for a nice family vacation

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Cala Mariolu

The beach of Cala Mariolu is on the French island Corsica. It has golden sand and very transparent blue water that is perfect for diving.

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2 Comments

  1. Ed Evans

    February 9, 2014 at 6:42 pm

    Corsica is part of France, not Italy

    • travelerspress

      February 10, 2014 at 8:04 am

      You're right Ed. Thanks for pointing it out, I made the change.

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