The opposite of any tropical island, but with mesmerizing landscapes and a natural beauty, hard to find these days.
Yes, you are indeed in Scotland. Even though the scenery might have you to believe that you are somewhere in the Caribbeans.
The waters of the Danube, which flow into the Black Sea, form the largest and best preserved of Europe's deltas.
In the heart of Fagaras Mountains , at 2034 meters altitude, standing here motionless and witnessing the passage of time, is Balea Glacial Lake.
Red Lake is a natural-dam lake, situated in Harghita County, Romania. It is relatively young, formed in 1837.
It is a rough portion of coast on the Italian Riviera, consisting of five villages. Together with the coastline and the surrounding hillsides, they form the Cinque Terre National Park which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Dividing France and Switzerland in two, Lake Geneva is the largest natural freshwater lake in Central Europe. Surrounded by the Alps, it offers a breathtaking view.
An experience like this is not only new and unique, but also reinvigorating and healthy.
Thirty hectares of dry and arid soil, dotted with miniature volcanoes- this is the scenery of the natural geological reservation from Buzau.
Mount Etna is one of the most active volcanoes in Europe and is Sicily’s best-known natural attraction.
Walking through Garajonay is like returning to the past, since its countryside is truly unspoilt.
Croatia's first and most important national park, will mesmerize you with it's natural beauty and the harmony of shapes and colours.