4 Beaches To Visit After The Summer Season Is Over!

Out-of-season travel brings great benefits, especially due to lower accommodation prices and flights. The weather may be a little more unpredictable than the season, but whether you get a combination of a beach with a book and coffee in hand or a walk along the coast with the sounds of the waves, European beaches are waiting for you.

Balos Beach, Crete, Greece


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You can find this turquoise beach on the northwest side of the island of Crete near the town of Chania. Balos is a very popular beach with thousands of tourists coming by ferry from the port of Kissamos. Outside of the season, you’ll need a little better skills and negotiation to get to this beach, but the trip will definitely be just as exciting as the destination. Take a walk on the red sand and turquoise waters, and along the way, you can see protected rare species of flora and fauna, such as endangered seals.

Blue Lagoon, Comino, Malta


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The blue lagoon on the island of Comino in Malta is a perfect beach for swimmers because it is located in a “hidden” part, located between two islands, surrounded by rocks and lined with white sand. However, this is not a secret place, during the summer this beach is full of people. Fortunately, Malta is the perfect destination for off-season travel thanks to the mild winter temperatures and seven hours of sunshine a day, even in January! Without urban areas and cars on the island, you will be able to relax without any problems.

Beach Mondelo, Sicily, Italy


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Located a short distance from the Sicilian capital, Palermo, Mondelo offers a stunning contrast to city life. The area, which used to be covered with swamps, has become a real paradise for all beach lovers, as the soft white sand floods the shore overlooking the shallow turquoise water. During the summer, Mondelo is crowded with people, but outside of the season, it is a place that offers an exotic view of Italian life without crowds.

Nissi Beach, Ayia Napa, Cyprus


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The lucky ones who visited this beach say that the natural beauties of Nissi are indescribable. The great bay consists of 500 meters of pure white sand and shallow water that doesn’t even reach your waist. The beach is named after a “small island” because in the winter and spring the low tide reveals a secret path, revealing the way to the island that summer tourists do not have the opportunity to see. The uninhabited island is rich in vegetation and makes it a perfect place to realize your dream of peace and solitude.

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