Bavarian Alps, Germany

Even if you find lederhosen to be a questionable fashion statement, there’s no denying that the Bavarian Alps is surefire beauty. Thick fir forests, rural pastures, and the rugged mountains (of course) are what make this region so alluring.


Finnish Lakeland, Finland

Thousands of years ago, continental glaciers shifted to create one of Europe’s most striking natural masterpieces: Järvi-Suomi, or the Finnish Lakeland. It’s the continent’s largest lake district, a labyrinth of thousands of ponds, rivers, islands, and streams.


Aphrodite’s Rock, Cyprus

According to Greek mythology, this boulder marks the spot where the Goddess of Love was born amidst wild, churning water. Which makes sense, as the waves are rough and swimming is ill-advised (although local legend has it that anyone who does will be blessed with eternal beauty, assuming of course they survive).


Oludeniz, Turkey

Come discover the beauty of the natural landscapes that make Oludeniz one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. Under the blue flag, you will enjoy pure turquoise water and the quiet of a protected nature reserve.


The Faroe Islands, Denmark

Situated between Scotland and Iceland the Faroe Islands are autonomous and constituent of Denmark. "Faroe Islands" means "island of the sheep" With 1400 km2 of preserved nature on 18 islands they are perfect for people who like low temperatures (11 degrees in summer and not less than 3 degrees in winter).