Ireland is known for its wild and rugged landscapes but if you want to find some of the country’s most beautiful scenery head for the Lakes of Killarney. It is a renowned scenic attraction which consist of three lakes – Lough Leane, Muckross Lake and Upper Lake.
There are many beautiful lochs in the Highlands. Scotland is famous for them. This sea loch situated on the western coast of Scotland, is dominated by the hauntingly beautiful Eilean Donan Castle – a familiar 13th century structure which adorns postcards and calendars.
Norway is home to a huge number of spectacular fjords and there are four fjord regions in Western Norway. The largest and most beautiful fjord is Sognefjord, the third longest in the world.
England’s largest national park is home to a large number of beautiful lakes. Wastwater lake is hemmed in by some of the highest peaks in England and surrounded by some of the Lake District’s most impressive scenery and is easily worth the extra effort to get to.
Not far from Lake Annecy is easily one of the most famous lakes in Europe is Lake Geneva. Nestled below the beautiful Alps, the glacial lake is known for its icy blue waters, its crescent shape and the many attractive villages, castles and towns surrounding its shores.