Montenegro – Sveti Stefan Beach
Concluding our list of the best beaches in Europe is another emblematic shoreline of the Balkans, located at the south-western periphery of Montenegro, 30 kilometers away from the incredible town of Kotor. The fine pebbled beach might not be too wide or too long, but it overlooks the stunning peninsula which gives a home to a private hotel.
This place is definitely one of the most iconic destinations in the entire country, and you’ll likely see it on postcards, souvenirs and other memorabilia in all corners of Montenegro. The Adriatic coast is lined by grill bars, restaurants, cafés, playgrounds, and lush parks, offering a wide variety of amenities for travelers to choose from.
Where to Stay: If you don’t have enough money to splurge on a 7-night stay in an extravagant hotel on the peninsula, you can always opt for more down-to-earth lodging, like the four-star Hotel Azimut.
And there you have it, folks, our guide to the best and most beautiful beaches in all of Europe. We hope we inspired you guys to start thinking about your next European beach vacation, whether it be in the lesser-known northern beaches, or in the popular Mediterranean get-aways. As always, happy travels guys, and we’ll see you on the road!