A lone red umbrella on Myrtos beach in Cefalonia
‘On the Edge’ at Durdle Door, Dorset, UK
Myrtos, one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe; Is located in the Ionian island of Kefalonia, Greece, and is a sandy bay and white bowls, bathed by a wonderful transparent water.
The Pirgaki beach, in the south of Naxos Island, Greece, is almost always deserted or at most with very few people. Behind the beach, on fine sand dunes, you can see old junipers trees with twisted trunk, shadowing under the Aegean sun.
Analogic photo 2005
Beach Sunset in Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia.
A few edits in Luminar.
Anafi is a small South Aegean island in Cyclades with only
280 population in winter but a lot of tourists during summer. Full of sandy beach like Roukounas and Kalamos both iprotected under the EU Natura 2000 conservation scheme. Anafi is one and half hour from Santorini.
A large number of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic are located in Dalmatia, and the best of them are situated in the Makarska Riviera. This region is known for its perfect combination of warm Mediterranean climate, rich vegetation, crystal clear sea and indented coast, as well as different types of beaches. From sand to shingle, from hidden coves to arranged public beaches, from beaches bathed by the warm sun to those under the natural shade of pine trees and other Mediterranean plants, from quiet and secluded places to the popular and highly visited, with restaurants, bars, entertainment and sports activities. The beaches of the Makarska Riviera will satisfy all your desires.
‘Behind the Rock’ at Exmouth, Devon, UK
On the coast near Gityon, in the Gulf of Laconia, Peloponnese, you can observe this shipwreck, stranded perfectly on the sand of the beach, and now become a must for photographers and bathers.
Most travelers waiting for the ferry to Italy at the port of Igoumenitsa do not know this beach, just a few miles from the harbor: Drepanon Beach. From here you enjoy beautiful sunsets, with the sun falling down to the mountains of nearby Corfu.