One of the most iconic natural wonders in Europe is the Rock of Gibraltar. This 426 meter high piece of limestone has been of strategic military importance for centuries because of its commanding position at the mouth of the Mediterranean Sea.
Crib Goch is a razors edge ridge which runs along the stickleback of Wales’ highest mountain, Snowdon. Not for the faint hearted, the grade 1 scramble arête, translating to “Red Ridge” in Welsh, comes with a fierce reputation.
One of the largest waterfalls in Iceland, Godafoss is known as “Waterfall of the Gods”, a destination which is closely connected with the country’s conversion to Christianity.
Bialowieza National Park is home to the biggest land animals in Europe – European bisons. It’s a unique place in Poland, where nature is untouched, unspoiled and uncontaminated. Bialowieza is situated in Eastern Poland, right next to Belarusian border.
One road trip through Sweden’s marine national park, and you’ll fall head over heels with Kosterhavet’s idyllic scenery. Life just moves slowly here too, like the gentle breeze on the water rocking the docked fishing boats. This is the kind of place you can count on for an adventure, but you know, the laidback kind.