The Most Beautiful Towns to Vacation in 2022
If you are one of those who think that it would be best to get away from the crowd for a holiday, these days when we left the epidemic behind us, you are in the right place. If you are looking for the most beautiful sea view or an old-style neighborhood place in 2022, you should choose the towns that are natural wonders in their very special countries.
Recently, a tourism website (Trips To Discover) identified the most beautiful towns in Europe. These resort areas have extraordinary beauty and a relaxing environment.
1)Manarola – İtalya
Manarola is a small town, frazione, located in the commune of Riomaggiore in the province of La Spezia in Liguria, in northern Italy. It has a population of 353 people. It is the second smallest of the Cinque Terre towns. It was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997.
Manorala, located in the Cinque Terre region of Italy, which is under the protection of UNESCO, enters our list in the first place. You won’t be able to return without swimming in the jade waters of Manorala!
2)Garmisch-Partenkirchen – Bavaria Almanya
Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a town of approximately 26,000 inhabitants in the Upper Bavarian region of the Bavarian state in Germany. It was formed by the merger of the city centers of Garmisch and Partenkirchen. In this respect, it is similar to Budapest. It is not far from the Austrian border. The 1936 Winter Olympics were held in this city.
Located on the Austrian border, this town has Germany’s most popular ski and snowboard facilities. This town, which is assertive with its ski tracks, will continue to be the choice of ski lovers.
3)Portree – İskoçya
Portraite is the largest city and capital of the Isle of Skye in Scotland’s Inner Hebrides. It is the location of Portree High School, the only secondary school on the island. Public transport services are limited to buses. Portraite has a cliff-lined harbor and a pier designed by Thomas Telford.
Portree is likewise the social center point for Skye and one of its principal attractions, the honor winning Aros Center, runs normal theater, shows and film screenings. The town is a famous base for investigating the remainder of the island.
The center of the Isle of Skye is Portree, a small but highly colorful town. You should make a good planning before you go to the town, which welcomes many visitors every season, especially in spring. Hotels and restaurants are booked months in advance. Keep in your mind.
4)Reine – Norveç
Reine is a small town in Norway. It was named the most beautiful village in Norway in the late 1970s by Norway’s largest weekly magazine. A photograph of him from Mount Reinebringen is often used in brochures promoting Norway with its beautiful scenery. Reine has been a trading post since 1743.
Reine, a fairy-tale fishing town in extraordinary harmony with green and blue nature colors and those red pastel colored fishermen’s houses. You should definitely watch the town from a bird’s eye view.
5)Colmar – Fransa
Colmar is the third largest commune in the Grand Est region in north-eastern France. It is the center of the Haut-Rhin region and the prefecture of the Colmar region. The town is located along the Alsace Wine Road and is referred to as the “Alsatian wine capital”.
It is known as the little Venice of France with its colorful houses dating back to the Middle Ages. It is also known as the wine capital of Alsace. It is very easy to reach the town with its proximity to Basel Airport.
6)Marsaxlokk – Malta
Marsaxlokk is a tourist town located in Malta. It is located in Malta, the largest of the islands that make up the country. The presence of lakes and rivers in the town has made fishing a common activity. As of November 2005, 3,205 people live in the town.
Famous for its large market, Marsaxlokk is a town where those who love seafood can easily find what they want. Marsaxlokk, which makes a living by fishing, is one of the must-see places when you go to Malta.
7)Portmagee – İrlanda
Portmagee is a village in County Kerry, Ireland. The village is located on the Iveragh peninsula to the south of Valentia Island and is locally known as the ‘ferry’ due to its purpose as a transit point to the island.
Portmagee is a small town located in Kerry, Ireland. It has come to be a frequent destination for tourists who want to see Skelling Michael, a monastery from the 6th century.
8)Bled – Slovenya
Bled is a town on Lake Bled in the Upper Carniolan region of northwestern Slovenia. It is the administrative center of Bled Municipality. It stands out as a popular tourist destination in the Upper Carniola region and in Slovenia as a whole, and also attracts visitors from abroad.
It offers a magnificent visual feast with its church built on a piece of islet located on an emerald green mountain lake. It has been a popular tourist town in recent years. Don’t forget to visit Bled Castle.
9)Hallstatt – Avustralya
A charming town! This town, which has been protected in the UNESCO World Heritage list, offers a completely different beauty in every season. Do not add Hallstatt to your list of places to see before you die.
Hallstatt is a village in the Salzkammergut in Upper Austria, a district in Austria. It is on the shore of Lake Hallstatter. The census in 2001 was 946. Alexander Scheutz has been mayor of Hallstatt since 2009.
10) Marmaris – Turkey
Marmaris is surrounded by Datça Peninsula and Kerme Bay in the west, Ula in the north, Balan Mountain, Karadağ and Daily Hills in the east and the Mediterranean Sea in the south. Adaköy, which is connected to the shore with a thin language in front of the bay, is located in front of Sedir Island, Keçi Island and Pigeon Island. The oldest part of the city is Kale Mahallesi, which is built on a hill extending towards the sea. Marmaris later developed towards the foothills and along the coast. Dalaman Airport with air transportation is only an hour away. Rhodes is only 45 minutes away.
In the district, where the Mediterranean climate is dominant, summers are hot and dry, and winters are relatively warm and rainy. Due to the orographic location of the mountains, Marmaris is one of the regions with the highest rainfall after Rize in Turkey and the annual precipitation is over 1200 mm. Floods and floods can be seen from time to time in the district due to heavy rains in the winter months.
Thunderstorms are quite common in the transitions of the facade systems in the winter months. Between May and September there is not much rainfall and it is quite dry. Due to the temperate effect of the sea, frost is rarely seen in winter. Although snowfall is seen on high mountain slopes, it rarely falls on coastal areas.
Having hosted many civilizations, Marmaris still carries the traces of history today. Marmaris, which is in the region where the Aegean Sea ends and the Mediterranean begins, is a regular for all its visitors with its deep blue sea and warm sands. Domestic and foreign tourists who prefer Marmaris for their summer vacation can participate in various activities, from boat tours to safari tours, as well as many beaches and bays.