Picturesque small towns in Europe
• picturesque small towns in Europe
We offer you to enjoy the views of small European towns and villages that lie away from popular tourist destinations, and that when the event is certainly worth a visit.
Autumn on the hills surrounding the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro, drops a thick fog that you can hardly see the orange trees straight ahead. This does not stop the rich Europeans who began to buy property here. Beaches yet thinly populated, but this wild corner on the Dalmatian coast will remain so for long.
To fully enjoy the charm of Ticino, Italian-speaking canton in southern Switzerland, go to the village Dzhorniko, which is 35 miles north of the famous spa towns of Ascona and Locarno. Stone architecture Dzhorniko its roots in the 14th century.
The road Viale dei Cipressi, along which were planted more than 2,500 cypress trees (the only species of plants that do not like the local bulls), leads straight to the Bolgheri immersed in the vineyards village in the Maremma area of Tuscany. Look at the cafe in the central square, to taste red wine, which can be compared with the French bordeaux.
Staufen im Breisgau, Germany.
City Staufen im Breisgau Black Forest, on the outskirts of Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany - ideal for those who wish to spend a weekend of wine tasting. On the way from Strasbourg you will see hills, sheltered terraced vineyards.
Laven in the English county of Suffolk - one of the most picturesque villages in England. The village boasts 350 buildings which are protected as historical heritage.
The region is famous for its culinary delights. It produces cheese, pecorino, maturation which lasts two years, and specially trained dogs seek out black truffles in the woods.
The most delicious blackberries grow around Roundstone - fishing village, built in the 19th century.
Marwan town in the Portuguese region of Alentejo has grown around the Moorish castle, which in the 13th century moved to Christians.
The village of Tisvildeleje is located on the shore of the Strait of Kattegat. Those who believe that in Denmark there is the beaches, which are able to leave an unforgettable impression, there is a chance to see otherwise.
Remains of fishermen's huts, built by settlers in the 11th century, could lead one to believe that the area has not changed since the days of the Vikings, however, actually Hellnar is one of Iceland's most modern village. Its few inhabitants (all of them fishermen) with great attention relate to the conservation of the environment.
St Mawes, United Kingdom.
Fishing village with its whitewashed houses and tiny restaurants look like stage sets. Fishermen sell their catch on the waterfront and in the evenings drinking ale Betty Stogs.
Hall in Tirol, Austria.
Just 10 minutes by train from Innsbruck, take you now the Middle Ages. Surprisingly, the city of Hall in Tirol, founded in 1303, is largely retained their original appearance.