Alps to the Mediterranean, villages located here cam truly mesmerize you. They will force you to appreciate the scenic beauty in which they are located. You may have seen many beautiful villages in postcards but now it is time to know and explore them personally. Here is an encounter with some of the most beautiful villages of Europe.
Known to very few due to difficult and unreachable roads, the village of Tellaro is a beautiful place located alongside a harbor. Tourism is mainly flooded to its adjacent towns like Vernazza and Portofino. The tall cliffs of Tellaro occupy most of the part of Golfo dei Poeti. This place is named just because of poets like iconic Lord Bryon and D.H. Lawrence.
The hills that cover the area in Cotswold region is popularly known as “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”. This part of England comprises of a village named Bibury that is loveliest of them all. Here you can have a view of ancient traditional cottages made of stone having steep roofs. River Coln bisects the village. Apart from this, the most scenic part of this place is Arlington Row. It is a large row of 17th century cottages comprising local residents working in nearby Arlington Mill.
Hallstatt is perfectly like a town that we have always read and seen in storybooks. This village located in central Austria is beautifully located on the bank of HallStatter See and guarded by lush green mountains. These mountains are naturally built in this way that it seems as if they are emerging from water. Thousand years back, the town was in news due to the blooming salt mining business here. You can also experience the uniqueness of the buildings made here which are covered with ivy.
Folegandros an island in Cyclades has such a beautiful architecture that it will leave you speechless. The streets of this village comprises of whitewashed buildings that are decorated with beautiful multicolored flowers. The churches have their dome painted as bright blue. If you like to swim then you can enjoy a calm and pleasing experience in the blue water sea with small pebbles on the shore. You can also lie along the shore and hear the calm and soothing sound of water. At night, the beautiful sea and white waves will surely add some unique memories to your trip.
This well-preserved Alsatian village is a perfect blend of French and German culture. This place is mainly famous for some ecstatic food. Bakeries here sell both kugelhopf and croissants. The specialty of restaurants here is foie gras and sometimes Chou croute. As you move old town you can have a taste of German as well as Gothic architecture. This old town remained unaffected from destruction during World War. Now visitors can enjoy historical beauty like old lanes, canals and half-timbered houses here.
In the Lofoten Archipelago there is beautiful fishing village named as Reine. This village located in the North of Arctic Circle is a spectacular example of Nordic wilderness. Guarded by mountains all over the place, Reine has a number of anglers’ cottages that have been transformed into cottages to accommodate tourists and allow them to have a mesmerizing environment and direct access to Norwegian Sea. Sit back in these comfortable cottages and enjoy a wonderful view at night. The sky is also clear unlike the smoky sky in cities, so you can gaze at the constellations.
If you are looking for some adventure and want to explore some new places, then get ready for these villages. Do not let unreachable roads stop you from exploring these amazing places.