The coastline is quite rocky, which means while there aren't many sandy beaches, the water is amazingly clear thanks to the lack of sediment. Many beach places are reachable on foot, but if you want to get to the most secluded places, then think about renting a boat. If you are willing to dive a bit deeper, then Pantelleria has some fantastic scuba spots. Lying in the middle of the sea between Sicily and Tunisia, the island is free of pollution, and the beautiful climate means that the water is full of flora and fauna, also a few shipwrecks to explore!
Swim in a beautiful rock pool: Laghetto delle Ondine
The North Aegean islands, located in the Greek northeastern Aegean Sea to the northeast of Athens and they run south along the Turkish coast. There are five large islands are Ikaria, Samos, Lesvos, Limnos and Chios along with smaller Inousses and Psara. The North Aegean Islands are really varied, they each have distinct landscape and cultures because geologically speaking, they are not in a physical chain. Many of the islands did, in fact, have some degree of political autonomy at various points in time and this diversity and spirit of independence is still evident.
Today with Netferry, discover Montenegro, one of the most beautiful Balkan countries bathed by the Adriatic Sea. The country is becoming increasingly popular as a tourist destination for European travellers because it offers varied landscapes and beaches that are second to none. In this blog, Netferry offers you five unmissable beaches off the beaten track in Montenegro, follow our advice to avoid the crowds, and guarantee tranquillity.
In Petrovazzo - Petrovac, located in the middle of the Montenegrin coast, there is a beach perfect for families with children, head to the Bay of Lučice. Surrounded by nature and located near the lovely town of Petrovac, this beach will not disappoint. Then if you head towards Bar, there is a sandy beach in the Bay of Buljarica, overlooked by a beautiful monastery.
Albania, located on Southeastern Europe's Balkan Peninsula, is a small country with a gorgeous coastline and the stunning Albanian Alps. The most popular beaches are located along the Albanian Riviera. This area, also known as Bregu and lies along the Northeastern Ionian coast, encompassing the areas around Sarandë and Vlorë in Southwestern Albania.
There are some stunning beaches and little villages along this section of coast, which also used to be a hippie paradise for backpackers. These days the area has become a lot more developed, but it's easy to see why due to the crystalline water and white sand. The Albanian Riviera is not as cheap as it used to be for the backpackers, but it's still significantly less expensive than other Mediterranean destinations. If you stick to spots frequented by locals, then you are likely to find bargains for food and drink as well as feel immersed in Albanian culture.
With the Mediterranean Sea to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Morocco boasts almost 2,000 kilometres of coastline. The country is packed full of heavenly beaches, making it the perfect place for a relaxing holiday. Desert, mountains and oceans; Morocco's landscape is so varied, it has something to offer everyone! Whether you are a watersport enthusiast or you just want to lie on the beach and soak up the sun, let Netferry tell you about the five of the most beautiful beaches in Morocco.
Being long, thin and surrounded by beautiful islands; Italy has a vast coastline. The Italian peninsula has an incredible 7,500 kilometres of coastline set against four seas: the Tyrrhenian and Ligurian seas to the west and the Adriatic and Ionian seas to the east and south. Despite being part of the broader Mediterranean, the country offers visitors very diverse marine environments. Besides the mainland coasts, there are almost 800 islands where even more unspoiled coastline and pristine beaches can be found.
In this article, NetFerry takes you on a journey to our favourite beaches in Italy. This list is only a small selection, as you are spoilt for choice thanks to Italy's advantageous position in the middle of the Mediterranean. You are guaranteed to find a lovely beach waiting for you on any coastline in the country! For example, if you're visiting Rome and need a break from crowded piazzas, you can get to Ostia or Sabaudia in around half an hour.
Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and characterised by sandy beaches, mountains, nature and waves; the Canary Islands are a paradise. Formally part of Spanish territory, they are now autonomous, and each island offers a unique and spectacular landscape. Choose from Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro. In this article, we are going to explore five beaches not to be missed on your trip to the Canary Islands!
With almost 1000 kilometres of beautiful coastline, Crete is a world-famous destination for sea lovers. Whether you like surfing or just lying on the beach, with its several hundred beaches, Crete will not disappoint anyone! Netferry has selected the five most beautiful beaches on the island for you.