Sweden is encompassed with exotic shorelines, from the ‘Riviera’ of Falsterbo to the far- off island escape of Hammeskar. Head to Halland, for its evergreen party ambience and a dive into opulent history. Soak up the sun at Tylosand’s beach where locals stretch their muscles and nurture their volleyball skills. Camping choices which are suitable for families proliferate along the western coast down to Falkenberg. After revitalizing your body at one of these comfy and cozy spots, you can move on to see the Sweden’s most renowned relics, the boggy Bocksten Man.
Unlike other beachy towns which seem like a forbidden territory in off-seasons, Halland holds onto its charm throughout the year. When the Sandinavian cold sets in, tourists still arrive to fancy the enigmatic Christmas markets and snow-covered beaches.
Saaremaa Island, Estonia
This blossomed isle is blemished with spas, and it is swarmed by tourists who want to be mollycoddled, rubbed and slathered in minerals. This Estonian island is all about pampering. Revive up your body and meander around the bistro packed streets and 13th century stronghold in Kuressaare- the biggest town on the island. Further move westwards to Mandjala-Jarve beach for an idyllic laid-back experience.
For more secluded bays, go to the Tukhana beach on the northern coast of the island. This beach is backed up by a dense pine forest and the waves are wilder compared to other beaches of Saaremaa. You can also ditch the crowds by exploring the beaches of the western coast, and you won’t have to break a sweat to find a vacant corner here.
Curonian Spit, Lithuania
This narrow, 98km long strip of sand connects Lithuania to the forbidden Kaliningrad region of Russia. Board a ferry from vibrant Klaipedia to this slender outcrop of land, swayed by lagoons on one side, an extremely beautiful haven for birds; the other side is marked with drowsy beach towns and ridges of sand. The Fishing town of Nida is the highlight of the strip, alluring visitors with its colorful houses, fresh sea food and its Saharan flair- Dune of Pardinis.
The mystical charm of this strip never fades away and myths abound from unfathomable air folklore museum to Nida’s daunting pagan burial markers. The area is fast gaining the reputation of a pilgrimage for jazz devotees with its annual jazz festival.
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