Europe has always been thought of as the most romantic among the continents. France and the UK alone already have plenty of places to spend a romantic vacation in. What’s fantastic about Europe is that even if you don’t want to go to the usual tourist destinations, there are still plenty of off-the-beaten-path romantic European islands that you and the love of your life can discover.
Which Romantic European Islands Are You Planning To Visit?
If you’re looking to rekindle the flame in your relationship or add fuel to the burning passion you already have, consider visiting any of the romantic European islands on this list:
When you go to Cyclades, you’ll be treated with a one of a kind experience. The azure waters of Greece are accessible, the people are warm and friendly, and the lifestyle is traditional – perfect if you want a bit of rest and relaxation. Aside from these, you’ll fall in love with the white villages with blue-domed churches that seem to sit on top of each other when looking at the island from afar. Cyclades will be your playground. Explore it as much as you can, you’ll be surprised at how romantic it can really be.
Next on the list is another Greek island called Crete. It’s the largest island in Greece. Cretans even have a saying Crete can be its own country. The bigger the place, the more exploring you’ll need to do. There is no shortage of historical places in Crete – you have museums, ruins and other remnants of old civilisations. Crete has its own gastronomic culture so you can indulge in the different kinds of cuisine they have available.
What’s in Suzdal Russia? There’s plenty. The first thing that will catch your eye is the architecture – it’s mostly wood. The next thing that will catch your attention is probably the charm of the town. Do you know why? It’s because visiting Suzdal is like being transported back it time. Because the trans-Siberian railroad did not happen, the town was bypassed, not just by trains, but by time. Although it’s not an island, the architecture and the feel of the small town is enough to give a couple the best romantic adventure.
Krk is popular among central Europeans, especially during the summer. It’s the largest and, arguably, the most beautiful island in Croatia. Its landscapes vary from forests to beaches, but that’s what’s so exciting and romantic about it. You can be at the beach watching the sunset today and exploring the Biserujka cave tomorrow.
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