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How do you imagine your ideal holiday? With a lot of sun, limitless beaches, comfortable and luxury accommodation and get entry to the seaside in a minute?. Your wishes can become truth with our beach cabins. Enjoy the sea and take your time to discover nature and all around.

The vegetation of Europe

Because of the way that the calm atmosphere zone is present in Europe, it has enormous timberlands. Most tree species are deciduous species. However, conifers can be found as well. The most splendid and soaked backwoods territory is the woodland portion of the Caucasus Mountains, particularly the western part. As the height of the mountains changes, so do the woods. For instance, in the upper part(from 1200 to 1900 meters) the timberlands are soaked with coniferous trees: pine, Caucasian fir, oriental tidy and other tree species. Additionally in such backwoods you can locate an enormous assortment of oaks, maples, hornbeams, birches and other deciduous species. In the lower levels of the backwoods there is a colossal assortment of evergreen bushes, for example, holly, cherry tree, rhododendrons and others. Because of deforestation, a few types of deciduous trees have occurred in the Caucasus. Among them there are a colossal number of relict species: chestnut, eldar pine, yew, pitsunda pine, boxwood and some other species.

In the belt of the Carpathian Mountains, the backwoods generally comprise of tidy with an admixture of fir, European cedar, and in blended woodlands oak, beech, maple, linden prevail, and every once in a while yew and pine are found. The mountains with their timberlands are a significant part in the nature and environment of the entire mainland and are a sort of "lungs" of Europe.

Fauna of Europe

Lately, even though Europe is a fundamental part of Eurasia, the variety of big animals has dropped. The fallow deer and diverse species of deer are the primary predominant population of European forests. Wild boars and wild goats nonetheless live inside the Pyrenees, the Alps and the Carpathians, and in Sardinia you may meet a near relative of domestic sheep - mouflon.

In the decreased levels of the wooded area and inside the sizable expanses of the plains stay many unique small animals: foxes, rabbits, badgers, woodland cats, ferrets and weasels. Many of the tangled branches of the bushes you can locate the ecu ginger squirrel and its North American sister, the grey squirrel. Otters, beavers, musk and nutria live on the banks of rivers and lakes. within the northern latitudes, inside the vastness of the tundra, live a large range of predators: from small foxes to massive polar bears. numerous seals and walruses stay near the water, deer and polar rabbits graze on the sparse mossy fields. The taiga is inhabited by way of undergo, lynx, wolverine, purple deer, elk, sable, squirrel, squirrel and ermine. the world of birds in these latitudes is likewise very wealthy. The inhabitants of the taiga are wood capercaillies, hazel capercaillies, woodpeckers, black grouse, walnuts and a large kind of different birds. This location is characterised by means of the presence of a big range of mosquitoes.

Many small rodents, lizards, snakes and birds of prey are characteristic of the steppe strips. big animals are extremely rare in such places. In the wilderness you may see gazelles, jackals, velvet cats and additionally an exquisite range of rodents. Mountain goats, Caucasian deer, leopards, hyenas, bears, porcupines and a large quantity of reptiles live on the slopes of the mountains. In its center, Europe is definitely a continent of contrasts, within the nature of which the useless icy deserts, the forests, ceaselessly boiling with life, and the mountains, breathing from eternity, combined in one.

Places to visit

Marasusa beach, Tropea, Italy

Located at the "top" of Italy, Marasusa is a popular beach, characterised by sheer cliffs and bright blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The rocks are covered with ancient stone structures, including the famous church of Santa Maria del Isola. On clear days, visitors can see the beautiful Lipari Islands in the distance. The beach also offers amazing views of the Stromboli volcano, and you can often see active dolphin pods, which like to play behind the wake of boats and ships in the glistening sea. Tropea is recognized as one of the most beautiful beach areas in Europe, ahead of its popular neighbors Ibiza and Sardinia.

Brela, Croatia

Brela is a fun tourist town in the area of Makarska Riviera in northern Croatia. Home to about 1,900, Brela is divided into two parts. The upper part of the town is located near the Biokovo Nature Reserve, and the lower half of the town is nestled against the light blue waters of the Adriatic Sea. The most popular beach in the area is Punta Rata, which was named one of the most beautiful beaches in the world by Forbes magazine. The pine trees along the coast provide beachgoers with plenty of shade on steamy days. For visitors outside the city of Brela has many hotels, apartments and beach cabins.

Cala Holoritse, Sardinia, Italy

Cala Goloritze is one of the most remote and peaceful beaches in Italy. Inaccessible by car or boat, the only way to access this gem of Sardinia is by taking a one-hour trip. On the beach, visitors enjoy snorkelling in the light blue ocean and relaxing on the bright white sand. Cala Goloritze was recognized by UNESCO in 1995 for its pristine waters and unique environment, and has also been named one of the best snorkeling beaches in all of Sardinia. Several other pristine beaches, including Cala Mariolu, Cala Gabiani and Pedra Longa, are nearby.

Balos Beach, Crete

Western Crete is full of charming beach cabins and unspoiled nature. Hills, rocks, mountains, blue lagoons, pink-yellow sand - and there is no soul around. The little-known Balos Beach can only be reached by boat - there are simply no roads in this uninhabited part of the island.

What is the weather like?

The weather really depends on which part of Europe your stay is in, in the south it is warmer than in the north. The annual amount of solar coming in the south is higher than in the north. The proximity of the Atlantic Ocean to the North Atlantic contemporary raises temperatures alongside the west coast. The interaction of air hundreds forms familiar cyclones. They convey thawing in wintry weather and rain in summer. The shaped anticyclones provide warmness in summer time and clear but bloodless temperatures in winter. The transport of air hundreds to the west performs a principal position in shaping the climate. Due to the plains to the east, Arctic air penetrates far to the south. Cold and dry air prevails in the Arctic zone. The solar remains low on the horizon for most of the year.

The subarctic belt covers the shores of the Barents Sea, northern Scandinavia and Iceland. Summer temperatures there rise above ten degrees Celsius. Most of Europe is in the temperate zone. The local weather varies significantly all through the seasons. The southeast belongs to the continental belt. There is a warm summer, however a warm winter. The southern phase is included by means of the subtropical belt. Summer is tropical and the maximum wintry weather temperature is 10°C. Keep in mind that in a beach area the temperatures are always lower than inland.