- Portrait of the size of the wall
- Geometric patterns on the floor
- Rattan furniture of nest collection combine with exotic sophistication
- Bedroom with open bathroom
- Bright Loft in Scandinavian Minimalist Style
- Tables in the form of organic
- Living in white
- Patio furniture in teak
- The pots adorn – craft ideas with chalkboard paint and trim
- Apartment Skybox modern design offers excellent panoramic views
Summer in Europe – Nature and peace instead of crowded beaches
As travelers continue to put pressure on crowded in Saint Tropez, Mallorca and Ibiza beaches each summer, many people have discovered hidden refuges of unspoiled nature, to avoid the crowds at all costs. Unlike the Americans (and, increasingly, Asian and South American), see the sights, history and culture as key elements of their summer in Europe, Europeans are interested in B hotel, good food and cheap shopping. If you do not fall into this group, take a look at these 10 lesser-known European destinations in summer.
Summer in Europe - Jurassic and the Three Lakes in Switzerland
Nobody likes more secrets than the Swiss. But people like St. Moritz and Gstaad more wealthy Russians, Americans and British who participate in parts of skiing. But the spectacular Jura northwest remains robust, underdeveloped region, which is an anomaly in the mountains crowded station.
Summer in Europe - Bornholm, Denmark
The phenomenon of "New Nordic" cuisine has created a new invasion, and anxious to get a table in one of the excellent restaurants in Copenhagen. Fortunately, sensible Danes know when enough is enough. A quick getaway out of town offer beautiful islands like Bornholm and Samsø, where they can get the simple pleasures of life.
Although Dubrovnik is the jewel of the Adriatic coast and the proportion of British, German and American tourists each year increases, many people spinning 30 minutes south. For Green, Cavtat grown, which has long been a secret haven for rest easy.
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
Green pastures, less crowded in an idyllic landscape. Hills and sweet cider. You know why the charming villages of the Cotswolds are particularly popular.
Many Swedes go to the west of the "coast of crime fiction" romantic, where renowned authors describe places like the stormy Marstrand Väderöarna rock and charming country Fiskebäckskil islands. He was the former summer residence of Ingrid Bergman and a source of inspiration for the author Camilla Läckberg, whose novel "The Ice Princess" was written there.
Grignan, Drome, France
Nobody wants to avoid mass tourism, more than the French, who have a six-week vacation. You sacrifice popular destinations such as Normandy and Provence for lesser known but just as beautiful as Morbihan and Loire-Atlantique.
Lofoten Islands, Norway
Most tourists prefer cruises to the Norwegian fjords. But many Norwegians go to the Lofoten Islands, where they enjoy the peace and unspoilt nature.
Panarea, Aeolian Islands, Sicily, Italy
Known as the setting of "L'Avventura" painting by Michelangelo Antonioni, Panarea remains a closely guarded for the jet set yachts and tourists party secret. The smallest and smartest of the Aeolian islands are home to rich Sicilians, and hosts a VIP list regulars such as Anish Kapoor, Princess Caroline, Prince William and Roberto Cavalli.
Serra de Tramuntana, Deia, Mallorca, Spain
Mallorca could be a secret, but Serra de Tramuntana, with its mountainous northwest coast is a world that offers no crowded beaches and cheap hotels. The seaside village is home is abandoned and the picturesque pine forests. Artists and people come here to get away from the madness of the high season.
This sand island in the North Sea located three hours north-east of Hamburg and is often referred to as the Hamptons in Germany.