Non Traditional Coastal Destinations in Europe

Puglia, Italy 

Puglia is located in the southern region of Italy. It is most known for its white artichitecture that resembles Grecian style homes and Trulli stone huts. 

Puglia, Italy

Ravello, Italy

Located on the Amalfi Coast, Ravello is the small hill town past Positano. Slightly less touristed than the rest of the Amalfi, Ravello offers coastal views that rival Positano. Fun fact about the area, Wonder Woman was filmed in Ravello! 

Ravello, Italy

Corfu, Greece

Corfu is an island in the northwest of Greece in the Ionian Sea. Unlike the rest of Greece, it does not have the traditional white houses and instead resembles more of an Italian coastline. Corfu is much less expensive than the Italian coastline, so is a great alternative for anyone looking to be more on a budget. Corfu is also home to the number one restaurant in Greece for 2019. 

Corfu, Greece

Paxos, Greece 

Paxos is a small island in Greece that is a sister island to Antipaxos, the smallest island in Greece. Paxos is off the beaten path and is a location for an experienced traveler. Due to its remote location and limited tourists, Paxos and Antipaxos have some of the bluest water in Greece. It is an island most known for its boats and perfect for sailing.