Condé Nast Traveller: Best Greek islands to visit in 2020 & The best beaches in Europe for 2020
Beaches of Cyclades, Ionian islands, Crete and the Sporades includes the list of the top coast to 2020 the travel magazine Condé Nast Traveller…….. published in the!!
With,regards Cyclades, the CNT standing in the variety of the coastline in southwest Naxos, the lovely - like features - isolation of beaches Vagia and Lia in Serifos, στους όρμους με τα γαλαζοπράσινα νερά στα Koufonisia.
In cosmopolitan beaches Psarou, Shack and Ftelia in Mykonos, but also the diversity of the coast Milos.
Referring to Ionian Islands, the CNT makes first stop in Corfu, proposing to the surfing beach of St George, families with young children Avlaki. It does also "dip" in Halikouna but Peroulades, with stunning sunset.
at Lefkada, reference is made to Egremnous, Porto Katsiki and Kathisma, while in Zakynthos proposed by the CNT peninsula Vassilikos, to the magazine stand and the waters of Paxos and of Antipaxos.
in Crete, as the best beaches CNT singles χερσόνησο του Μπάλου and Elafonisi, the travel magazine to make a "splash" and Ligres, Triopetra, Saint Paul, Sweet Waters, Phoenix and the Marbles, south island.
With,regards Sporades, The magazine begins with a tour Skiathos and beaches Koukounaries, Vromolimnos, Ampelakia and Lalaria.
to Skopelos and Alonissos, the CNT standing on possibilities for diving.
The magazine makes a pass from the Skyros, a dip in Pine and Kalamitsa.
The best beaches in Europe for 2020
the rest Europe, magazine stands by France the Atlantic coast, French Riviera and Corsica.
in Spain, refers to Ibiza, Formentera, Menorca, Mallorca and the Canary Islands.
in Italy interest magnetize Sardinia and Sicily, while in Portugal the Algarve and the Azores.
End, referring to the islands of Lopud and Vis Croatia, and on the coast near the city in Budva Montenegro.
Best Greek islands to visit in 2020
Best of the Greek islands for: Decadent parties and five-star hotels!!
Mykonos had gay clubs and sunrise parties long before rave culture was even invented. Its bohemian allure hasn’t faded since the 1960s, although the once naked beaches now have nail bars, personal trainers and house music pumping out all hours.
The influx of supermodels and superyachts has inspired hot new hotels and restaurants. The hippest place to show off your abs is Scorpios, a louche beach bar that puts Ibiza’s finest in the shade (book a cabana to watch the sunset).
After hours, it’s always Astra, where you might find Keith Richards chatting up Karolina Kurkova.
The gay crowd has dwindled, but drag queens and oiled bodybuilders make a splash at Jackie O, overlooking Super Paradise bay.
If the glitzy excess gets too much, escape to Fokos taverna for superfood salads and lamb chops, or Kiki’s, an off-grid grill-shack overlooking Agios Sostis bay, where even Naomi Campbell has to queue for a table.
Or cruise over to the tiny island of Delos, an archaeological sanctuary that once thronged with 30,000 sun worshippers (the temple is dedicated to Apollo, the Greek god of light).