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Top 3 European Summer Destinations

Top 3 European Summer DestinationsAre you looking for the perfect European adventure by the coast? Looking for accommodation by the sea takes time, especially when looking for something suitable for the whole family and close to attractions. If you are organising a European holiday, there are some great summer destinations to choose from.

The Algarve, Portugal

The Algarve has been a popular tourist destination for many years. The location offers all the benefits of a Mediterranean holiday without all the expense. There are plenty of things to do for the whole family, including sightseeing castles, relaxing on the beaches or learning how to fish in the local villages.


Naples, Italy

For those with a little more money to spend, Naples is the second on the list. Italy is full of culture and Naples offers tourism and local entertainment rolled into one. The streets are full of local businesses that sell handmade products, which will help to find great presents for the family at a low rate, and there are many things for the whole family to do, including boat rides and visiting historical sites.


Dalmatian Coast, Croatia

Croatia is becoming a popular option for tourists thanks to its low prices. This Eastern European country is full of history, going back to its time as part of the USSR. There are 1,185 islands within the Dalmatian Coast to choose from, whether to stay at or to visit, offering various activities for the whole family.

There are a number of beautiful places to visit in Europe, whether you want a traditional holiday or something a little different. Take time to choose the perfect accommodation by the sea to find something suitable for the whole family and close to local amenities and attractions. That way, you can spend time enjoying your holiday instead of travelling for miles.


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