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Is the coast your favourite destination? You can find our extensive selection of coastal villas, from traditional country houses to modern palace-like villas. Or how about discovering a beach villa on the Spanish, Danish or German coast? The beach is perfect for peace and quiet, but also if you are looking for an active holiday. Take your dog for a long walk on the beach and breathe in the fresh salt air. In the evening you can make your dinner in the fully equipped beach villa and enjoy it on the porchway.

Plant world

Tundra vegetation is typical in the northern regions of Europe, represented mainly by marsh grasses, lichens, mosses and flowers. In the south, the soil cover changes into sparse forests, represented by firs, birches - forest tundra (from the White Sea to the Urals). They are followed by the taiga, whose representatives are European pine and fir and small-leaved trees such as birch, poplar and so on. The taiga is followed by mixed forests - ash, oak, maple and linden. Western and Central Europe is occupied by deciduous forests. Beech is typical for areas with an oceanic climate, and oak is typical for areas with a continental climate. Among the representatives are also ash, hornbeam, maple, linden, maple and more.

The forest-steppes are dominated by representatives of deciduous trees such as rock and summer oak, elm, linden, ash and others. Birch and pine groves are found in some areas. The steppe vegetation is dominated by herbaceous vegetation - meadow, koilo, fescue, flowers - hyacinths, violets, irises, mustard, forget-me-not and others. In Western Europe, the climate is oceanic, which determines the lack of steppe vegetation.

All-green vegetation is found in the subtropical climate zone, and in the Mediterranean forests are typical plane trees, olive, Aleppo pine, pine, cork oak, plane tree, chestnut and so on. In the Alps, the most diverse is the diverse vegetation, distributed on floors. The foothills as well as the lower layers are economically assimilated, and above them are arranged deciduous, mixed and coniferous forests. The mountainous areas are covered with mostly grassy vegetation, in contrast to the highest areas, where lichens and mosses dominate.

Animal world

Human economic activity has led to the extinction of many species of wildlife such as panthers, lions, as well as to the reduced spread of other representatives such as wolves, bears, beavers, lynx and others. The northernmost areas, the coasts of the polar seas, are inhabited by walruses and seals, and there are a number of representatives of waterfowl. The northern parts are characterized by animals such as silver fox, lemming, reindeer, polar bear and so on. The motley, for example, is a typical inhabitant of areas with subtropical climates, where there are other small predators such as European genes, bats, chameleons and others. Birds and reptiles dominate the Mediterranean. Numerous representatives of the animal world such as brown bears, goats, eagles, falcons, wild cats, foxes, wolves, hawks and others are found in the highest mountain areas.

Coastline of the continent

Numerous seas and bays have divided the coastline of the continent. It is surrounded by many islands and several vast archipelagos. The total length of the European coastline is about 38 thousand square kilometers. 9.6% of the total area of ​​Europe is occupied by islands, the largest of which are Iceland, Corsica, Sicily, Sardinia and Crete. Nearly half of the European territory consists of peninsulas: Cola, Scandinavian(it is the largest and has a size of about 800,000 square kilometers), Iberian(also known as the Iberian Peninsula), Apennine(it differs from the rest with its great extension from north to south and with its relatively small width) and Balkan.

Beach holidays in Europe

You can combine salt water spraying with the pleasures of civilized life in a dozen European countries. Popular destinations are Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, France. The advantages of this combination: the opportunity to "shop" and diversify trips to the beach by contemplating world-class attractions such as the Colosseum and the Parthenon. You can also choose from beautiful beaches right in the city, such as Barcelona or Nice.

If your heart aches at the sight of a postcard of a palm tree above the azure water surface, your choice is exotic seas and oceans: Santorini, Corfu, Zakintos, Mykonos and Tasos. The advantages are obvious: rich and amazing in its unique nature, measured rhythm of life, delicious and natural food and the opportunity to relax from the ubiquitous online magazines and television. By the way, the listed instructions are not as expensive as they may seem at first glance.

To swim in the sea, to feel at home - this is the motto of our closest neighbors and former friends from the social bloc: Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Slovenia and Montenegro. There are many advantages: close flight and no problems with communication, familiar cuisine and lifestyle and finally - special Slavic hospitality. A separate army of fans of the "native seas" - those who do not like the tropical heat and annoying travel to the place of rest.

European beach weather

The influence of the Atlantic Ocean is intensified by the warm Gulf Stream and the strong ruggedness of Europe's coastline. Of great importance is the location of mountain systems that do not interfere with the movement of air masses from west to east. Cyclonic activity in summer lowers temperatures(average temperatures of the warmest month are from 28°C to 30°C), and in winter increases them(average temperatures of the coldest month are 12°C and -20°C, respectively). The western regions are characterized by a temperate maritime climate(with small annual temperature amplitudes, mild winters and moderately warm summers), and the eastern regions have a temperate continental climate(with significant temperature amplitudes, cold winters, warm and in some places hot summers). In the subtropical zone of Europe there is a Mediterranean type of climate(with hot dry summers and mild humid winters). In the mountains there is a high altitude climatic zonation, and their highest regions have a cold, level climate.