Santorini is at the top of the rankings when it comes to the most beautiful island in the world. It works like a magnet and has been a showcase for Greece for years. it’s hardly surprising – hundreds of white houses, white churches with blue domes, romantic white streets and a view of the blue surface of the ocean.
In the very south of the Croatian peninsula istria there is a national park with real wild beaches, jagged coastline, charming hills and dozens of small islets.
Everyone ever heard about popular waterfalls like Niagara in North America. Today I want to present waterfalls which are still wild, beautifull and still unexplored by tourists. Ready? Let’s go!
The Plitvice Lakes Complex consists of two sets of cascade-connected lakes – the so-called Upper Lakes (Croatian Gornja Jezera) and Lower Lakes (Croatian Donja Jezera), fed by a system of surface and underground waters.
Tuchola Forest – one of the largest pine forest complexes in Poland. It occupies about 3,000 km² of sandr in the basin of the Brda and Wda as well as the Tuchola Plain and the Charzykow Plain. The physico-geographic mesoregion Bory Tucholskie located in the eastern part of the complex and a number of surface forms of nature protection have also been named after these forests: national park, biosphere reserve, Natura 2000 area, as well as a promotional forest complex.
Far away, in the west of Russia, if you know where to look, you’ll come across a collection of scrap metal and worn cement beams. A picture that is not so rare in European countries.
The Greek Meteors are undoubtedly one of the most picturesque rock formations in the world. Their Greek name metéoros in free translation means “suspended in the air” or “middle of the sky.”
The Cinque Terre is a former agricultural region famous for growing grapes and olives. Inhabitants of these picturesque towns also dealt with fishing and fish. Since the opening of the railway in the nineteenth century, Cinque Terre has become more accessible to visitors.
A rock tongue hanging for several meters hanging 700 meters above the Ringedalsvatnet lake has been one of Norway’s biggest attractions for several years. No one is discouraged by the fact that taking a picture on the tip of Trolltunga, or the Language of the Troll, requires covering 23 kilometers through the mountains.
The Azores are one of the Portugal archipecagos lying on the Atlantic Ocean with very interesting places to visit and interesting flora and fauna, it’s time to tell a little more about them! About 200 species belong to the native flora of the Azores, while three times more species are introduced.