It is not too late to find good deals for latecomers who have not scheduled their holidays. The Sea has no shortage of assets to please visitors between lush nature, exotic heritage and exotic gastronomy. But what are the main places for a boat ride in the Mediterranean Sea?
Costa Blanca, Spain
The Costa Blanca is the name given to more than 240 km of coastline, including 218 beaches, in the province of Alicante, on the east coast of Spain. European tourists have flocked to it since the 1950s, including Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. The Costa Blanca is now one of the pillars of the Spanish economy and has therefore experienced a very important urbanization. Numerous aquatic and animal parks have been built as well as one of Europe's largest amusement parks, Terra Mítica.
The beach of Salines
If you haven't found what to visit after your boat rental, you'll have to walk along the coast. Going from the southern part of the island of Sainte-Anne, Salines beach is one of the most beautiful in the Caribbean. The beach of Salines is distinguished by its paradisiacal setting with fine white sand, turquoise waters fringed with scum and a fringe of coconut palms. Tourists and locals come to sunbathe or picnic along the beach to enjoy the sun. However, due to the crowd, it is advisable to go there at sunrise.
The Greek island
The island of Greece is famous for its chasms and mountains. It is located just above a major tectonic fault. There are regular earthquakes and dozens of shocks occur each year. Positive point: the island has remained wild and authentic despite the development of tourism.
Located north of the Croatian coast, Porec is a very small town that has the distinction of preserving its Roman arteries. In summer, the city is full of tourists who come to enjoy its beaches and visit its monuments, the most famous being the Euphrasian Basilica.