Enviado el Tue, 05-August-2014
Find the perfect beach can be a difficult task especially in an unfamiliar place. In Europe, however, the best beaches have a distinctive symbol, the Blue Flag. This flag means a high standard of water quality, safety and environmental friendliness. Therefore, the Blue Flag beaches are ideal for sunbathing, swimming and play. Worldwide, a total of 4,000 have this flag beaches, many of them part of the European continent.
Where can I find the Blue Flag beaches? As mentioned before, Europe has a large number of them. The coast and islands from most countries have at least two pristine beaches such as Malta or Cyprus . In them, you can enjoy the sun, watch the waves break on the seafront or take surfing.
On the islands of Croatia on the Slovenian coast or close around the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro, you will find incredible beaches lapped by the warm crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea.
Enjoy 378 kilometers of coastline at Cape Emine point where the Balkan Mountains and the Sea of Bulgaria . You will discover a total of 209 beaches, all different and all with something special.
An ideal place for surfing, water skiing, scuba diving and fishing place are the waters of the Black Sea, its low salt content. On its shores are several Blue Flag beaches such as Sunny Beach, Albena, Bunite, Pomorie and Harmanite.
If sailing westward around the elegant Italian coast, you will reach the Larvotto Beach in Monaco, home of the famous Monte-Carlo casino. And if you travel to northern Europe, dive into the wonderful Iceland and discover the coast of Langisandur or opt for the northernmost point of Denmark is located Skagen and two Blue Flag beaches: Strand Gammel Skagen and Aalbaek Strand. Finally, we invite you to stroll through the dunes of Jutland.
That is, if a blue badge on their trip flag waving in the wind, it will be a good sign: one of the best beaches in Europe will be waiting.