Rabac is a quaint little fishing port and village that sits on the Eastern side of the Istrian peninsula. Today, Rabac’s promenade is a thriving hub, with roller-skaters and cyclists travelling up and down and diners tucking into authentic Croatian cuisine in the many restaurants that line the seafront.
A truly spectacular coastline in Turkey, the Lycian Coast is not your average stretch of sand and water. While certainly a refuge for travellers looking for simple and tranquil sand and surf, the Lycian Coast is loaded with so much more to see and marvel at.
For anyone looking for a tranquil beach holiday, the sun-swept island of Menorca would make a great choice, given the fact that as well as being remarkably beautiful, this small island is one of the least visited of the Balearics.
Drenched in sun and enveloped in the most glorious sandy beaches is Lanzarote, located off the coast of West Africa. As part of the Canary Islands, Lanzarote is in good company when it comes to stunning sunny beach destinations for travellers seeking to escape the everyday grind.
Elafonisi is a beautiful island that’s known for its pink sand beaches, lay close to the southwestern corner of Crete. Being just 200 metres from the shore, on a fine day, it is possible to reach Elafonisi from Crete by foot through the shallow water.
Brittany’s Côte de Granit Rose is famous for its beautiful, romantically-coloured rocks that possess a pretty, pink hue that never fails to ignite wonderment in all who visit this remarkable part of the coast.
For those seeking quiet and relaxation, the beautiful, laid-back town of Santo Tomas on Menorca’s south coast, could be the perfect destination.