European beaches are a pretty wide subject. Although mostly associated with the Mediterranean, many countries of Europe have a coastline, and there are also thousands and thousands of islands. This means that there really are beaches in Europe to suit all tastes, from massive sweeps of sand covered in sun beds and parasols, to tiny little coves barely accessible except by boat. Grab a coffee, put your feet up and read on for 20 Top Beaches in Europe:
1. Falsterbo, Sweden
When you think of best beaches in Europe, Sweden probably isn’t top of your list. Falsterbo, however, on the so called Swedish Riviera, is special. It is a beautiful white ribbon of sand complete with sheltering dunes and shady pine woods. There’s plenty of peace and quiet here are as jet skis and motor boats are banned.