Now that we are in the middle of summer and we have time to enjoy some of the coastal towns most tourist in the world, it is inevitable that it will cross our minds if we would like to live in one of them. It is evident that in winter things change a lot, but in envy the people who live in them give us healthy envy ...
In case you want to take seriously the matter of packing your bags to leave the big city and live in towns that smell of the sea, I recommend that you take note of the five that I mention below, since they are all precious.
In Catalonia, specifically in the Costa BravaWe can find more than one town worthy of being on this list. However, I have decided to opt for Begur for the tranquility it transmits, starting with its beaches and ending with the old town, which is topped by a medieval castle that is worth seeing up close. If we focus on its beaches, we cannot expect to find fine, shallow sand during the first few meters of shore. They are the typical rocky beaches where the water immediately reaches your shoulders.
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It is unfair and wrong to consider that Dubrovnik It must encompass all the limelight when it comes to traveling to Croatia. I agree that it is a spectacular city, but nobody can deny that the town of Rovinj is wonderful. You will understand when you walk through it historical Center, when you go up to the Cathedral of Santa Eufemia or when you take a selfie from the port.
The Amalfi Coast It is another place that we should visit at least once in life. There are towns as beautiful as Positano, which shares popularity with Amalfi thanks to its imposing facade. It is a vertical town full of stairs that connect its streets with the sea, so you must be prepared to exercise if you want the walk to be complete. You cannot miss visiting the Church of Santa María Assunta, easy to distinguish by the green and yellow colors of its dome.
From among the most beautiful villages on the French Riviera We can highlight Éze, which is between Nice and Monaco offering privileged views of the Mediterranean Sea. Its 14th century fortified double door will catch your attention, as will its medieval alleys or the religious building with an ocher and gold façade found in the Plaza de la Iglesia. Another point of interest that you should not miss is the exotic garden, where you will see surprising floral compositions and enjoy spectacular views.
From the French coast to the Greek coast to rest in Oia, a coastal town located northwest of Santorini that does not disappoint at all. Like many other towns that we can find on the island, it is characterized by its cliffs, by the white houses with blue accents and for those unforgettable sunsets that can be enjoyed from its beaches.
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