Where to go this spring
March 22, 2017
Are you going to be in Europe during the next months? Congratulations! You will be able to enjoy some of the best months in the continent and we could not avoid giving you some tips about the best places to visit this spring!
If you just need to boost your vitamin D levels after a cold Winter in Europe, it is time to look south! Spain and South of France range among the most well-known seaside destinations, but the Algarve region in South Portugal, it is also a region that it should be in your list.
Long beaches which are deserted in spring –except for the Easter period- are one of its main attractions, but if you are an aspiring surfer, don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy the Portuguese waves and take some lessons!
If you want to enjoy off the beaten track spectacular natural treasures, the region of the Hardangerfjord will not disappoint you.
Starting with the fiord itself, which it is the fourth largest one in the world and the second biggest one in Norway, this area has unique landscapes hard to find any other European region.
You can enjoy the views of some famous waterfalls or visit one of the glaciers in Folgefonna National Park. And if you are an expert hiker planning to make the trip towards the end of the spring, you can always hike until the top of one of the most spectacular cliffs in Norway: Tollunga. But remember, safety first, this is a hike only for experts!
Located in the north-west of France, Bretagne or Britanny in English is a strategic point in Europe and an area with a rich history and culture. Humans have had presence in Brittany since prehistoric times and this can still be seen nowadays as the region has several megalithic monuments.
And if you have a sweet mouth, you will be glad to discover that Bretagne is the home of one of our favourite desserts: crepes!