1. Colmar

Colmar  is the third-largest commune of the Alsace region in north-eastern France. It is the seat of the prefecture of the Haut-Rhin department and the arrondissement of Colmar-Ribeauvillé.  The town is situated on the Alsatian Wine Route and considers itself to be the “capital of Alsatian wine”. The city is renowned for its well preserved old town, its numerous architectural landmarks and its museums, among which is the Unterlinden Museum with the Isenheim Altarpiece.



2. Pucisca, Croatie

This incredible Croatian village is located on the island of Brac. It is so beautiful that you’ll feel like you’re in one of the paintings of the American painter Thomas Kinkade.


3. Manarola, Italie

Located on the Mediterranean coast in the Cinque Terre Park, this town is famous for its brightly colored houses and the fact that the village is forbidden access to cars. You have two ways to reach the village on foot or by train.


4. Chalfont St Giles, England

Located just 45 minutes from London, this charming village was founded in the eleventh century after J-C. This is the perfect place to go to escape the bustle of big cities Scent of a Woman.


5. Arnis, Germany

Founded in the 17th century, this port town is a popular destination for adventurers. Our advice: Arnis-caught seafood are considered the best in Germany. Be sure to try local specialties while visiting Arnis!


6. Giethoorn, Netherlands

Built around the Dorpsgracht canal Giethoorn is one of the hidden gems of Holland. Founded in the thirteenth century AD. AD, this beautiful village is populated by friendly locals. You can check it out by boat, admire gardens filled with tulips, and buy souvenirs in one of the village shops.


7. Mundal, Norway

This small village of less than 500 inhabitants is one of the most beautiful in Norway! Located a few kilometers from the sea and the famous Jostedal glacier, Mundal is full of friendly people who will be more than happy to help you discover the surrounding nature.


8. Gruyères, Switzerland

With its cobbled streets, beautiful architecture and a magnificent view of the Alps, Gruyère is no doubt one of the most beautiful villages in Switzerland!


9. Lacock, England

Founded in the thirteenth century AD. AD Lacock is a small English village that lets you go back in time. The Tudor-style architecture is everywhere in this village that has retained its authenticity. It is for this reason that the BBC used the village as a location of some of the most popular TV shows in the UK.



10. Marsaxlokk, Malta

Founded in 900 BC. AD Marsaxlokk is probably one of the most beautiful fishing villages of Europe. Our recommendation: during your visit to Marsaxlokk, be sure to take a trip to Lampuki market where you can buy fresh fish!