Europe Through Its Most Beautiful Villages

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A Food Fun Travel Guest Post

If your favourite destination is Mykonos and your dream trip, Ibiza in Spain, thank you for the click, but we will not need you anymore (just kidding). But if your heart longs to see the most beautiful villages, unique landscapes, breathtaking, in provinces far from culture and overcrowded tourism, then it ‘s time to save this page. Because in the top list that follows, you will find hidden “diamonds”, which will make you dream and envy the few permanent residents of these most beautiful villages in Europe. However, they are just a flight away, so it’s time to choose and especially to travel.

Bosa, Oristano, Italy

Bosa is a small seaside village located on a small hill on the northwest coast of Sardinia in Italy. It is built around an impressive medieval castle called “Castello Malaspina”. The Temo River, the only navigable river in the city of Sardinia, also flowed through the town of Bosa. This enchanting small town is famous for its heritage, culture and architectural beauty.

Cochem, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

Cochem is a small traditional German town located in the beautiful valley of the River Moselle in the southwestern part of the country. Cochem is famous for its stunning river valley, picturesque vineyards and wooden houses. This location is a beautiful holiday destination that can offer many exciting things to discover.

Marsaxlokk, Malta

Marsaxlokk is a traditional fishing village located in southeastern Malta. This village is famous for its fishing market and the colourful boats in its port. These boats are called “Luzzus” and are of great importance in the village’s daily life. They also have a long history. The locals have been using Luzzus since 800 BC.

Murren, Bernese Oberland, Switzerland

Murren is a stunning mountain village located at an altitude of 5413 m in the Bernese Oberland, Switzerland. It is the tallest inhabited village in the city of Bern. From this mountain village, you can enjoy the beautiful three famous peaks of the Alps – Monch, Eiger and Jungfrau. This village is renowned for its unparalleled scenery and is an ideal destination for hikers.

Gasadalur, Faroe Islands, Denmark

Gasadalur is a small village located on the island of Mykines in the Faroe Islands. It is located on the edge of a high cliff and is surrounded by the tops of the islands. Gasadalur is definitely one of the most beautiful villages on Earth. By the time the tunnel opened in the village in 2004, the Gasadalur resident had to cross a 200-meter-high mountain to reach his home. Today the 4.9 km long tunnel facilitates access to the village and opens the door to tourism.

Giethoorn, The Netherlands

Giethoorn is a beautiful, quiet village located in the province of Overijssel in the Netherlands. It is an earthly paradise without cars. Instead of roads, you can find beautiful canals in this village. As in Venice, the Giethoorn area is connected by about 150 bridges. As this place has so many similarities with Venice, it has been named the Venice of the Netherlands.

Morzine, France

When we talk about Morzine, we can not fail to mention the beautiful skiing in its areas. Although located at a relatively lower altitude than one would expect, the state-of-the-art ski lifts system that exists in the village. It covers its entire area and will transport you safely and quickly from one end to the other, whether you ski or want to enjoy the enchanting route. The village is a short distance from Geneva and the surrounding ski resorts, in case you wish to visit them, so you can use your car to get to know the surrounding areas surrounding the village.

You can also stay in the village by choosing a complete accommodation package, covering all your additional activities and activities. Planning a ski holiday in the village of Morzine through the company Erna Low saves you from the demanding process of organizing your trip while at the same time preparing for a real-life experience because only your experience in this village could be characterized as a life experience.