10 Best Family Beaches In Europe

Europe is blessed with some of the most outstanding family holiday resorts in the world – many of which feature genuinely incredible beaches. Of course there will always be those that rank rather more highly than others, so what follows is a quick introduction to the 10 very best family beaches the continent has to offer:

  1. Rabbit BeachOne of the highlights of Sicily, Rabbit Beach is one of the most beautiful spots on this already beautiful island and an absolute mecca for families. Huffington Post wrote an article with stunning pics titled ‘Rabbit Beach May Just Be The Best Beach In The World’ that’s worth looking at, it’s easy to see why this beach is loved. The beach boasts an abundance of brilliant water sports opportunities, fabulous restaurants, vibrant bars and a uniquely relaxing atmosphere.

  2. Playa de Ses IlletesUndoubtedly, one of the most incredible beaches anywhere in the Balearic Islands, the beauty of Playa de Ses Illetes has to be seen to be believed. Endless white sands and gleaming blue seas with the pretty backdrop of Ibiza make for the ideal family holiday spot.

  3. Elafonissi BeachThose heading out to Greece would be well advised to take the time to visit Elafonissi, where the iconic white-sand beach is almost too stunning to comprehend. A fantastic place to head for guaranteed autumn sun.

  4. Woolacombe BeachConsistently voted the number one beach in the UK and one of the best beaches in Europe, Woolacombe beach serves up mile after mile of blissful British coastal enjoyment. For families wanting accommodation right next to this award-winning beach, try Woolacombe Holiday Parks – they have superb family deals on offer all year round.

  5. Iztuzu beachA genuine jewel in Turkey’s crown, Iztuzu Beach represents the quintessential example of a real Heaven on Earth. Trip Advisor reviews here about this beach speak for themselves. Calm, quiet and nestled in a simply stunning setting, it has family fun written all over it!

  6. Fig Tree BayFamilies heading out to Cyprus will not regret taking a trip to Fig Tree Bay – located in Protaras and boasting a huge expanse of the country’s world-famous pink sands. It’s also a huge hit with the locals, so you know you’re onto something truly special.

  7. Cala RossaBack to Sicily, Cala Rossa looks and feels a million miles removed from the pressure and pace of chaotic 21st century living. The perfect place to head for indulgent relaxation and wonderful water sports throughout the spring, summer and autumn seasons.

  8. Weymouth beachAnother outstanding highlight of the United Kingdom, the summer season may be rather on the short side in England but the wonders of Weymouth Beach are world-class in every respect. Serving up the quintessential British seaside experience, families have been flocking back to this charming resort for many generations.

  9. Eggremni beachA firm contender for Europe’s most tranquil coastal escape, to visit Eggremni Beach is to get the feeling you’ve stumbled across a genuine local secret. Crystal clear waters and beautifully clean sands add up to a slice of pure paradise.

  10. Playa de BoloniaLast but not least, it’s not as if Spain isn’t bursting at the seams with incredible beaches, though it has to be said that Playa de Bolonia stands out as something truly special. Boasting beautiful weather from April to October, there’s a delightfully long summer season for families to take full advantage of.

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