Best Beaches To Travel Abroad For

Best Beaches To Travel Abroad For

Does anything beat a beautiful beach on a hot summer’s day after a year of uni or work? Here at Party Hard we think absolutely not! Our 7 destinations are home to some of the best beaches Europe has to offer, so where else would you want to spend your summer holidays? So for your convenience, we’ve conducted a list of all the best beaches to visit in each of our resorts. Summer couldn’t come soon enough we reckon!

Ayia Napa: 

We couldn’t start this list without mentioning Napa’s most famous and popular beach: Nissi Bay! Although it gets very busy during the summer months, this long stretch of island and sea is worth sharing with the locals and tourists simply for its crystal clear blue waters and smooth sandy shores. If you love a lively atmosphere with a cool drink in your hand and the sounds of summer’s hottest hits playing all around you, then this is the beach for you!

Blue Waters along the Beach at Nissi Bay, Ayia Napa

If you want a more scenic and quiet escape, then Glyki Nero Beach is the spot for you! Greek for the ‘Sweet Water’ beach, this breathtaking location is a short walk from the beautiful ‘Lover’s Bridge’ and the Ayia Napa caves. With plenty of beach activities, bars, and restaurants, you’ll have everything at the tip of your fingers while you soak up the Cyprus sun.

Lover’s Bridge and the Ayia Napa caves at Glyki Nero Beach


If you enjoy jet skiing, water sports, and volleyball on a plain of golden sands, then Playa d’en Bossa beach is the spot for you! Lined with an array of beach lounges, bars and restaurants, there’s never a dull moment at this lively coast!

Playa d'en Bossa beach, Ibiza

On the other side of the spectrum, we have Ibiza’s worst well-kept secret; Cala Saladita Beach. Hidden amongst pine forested hills and cliffs, the clear blue waters of Cala Saladita are perfect for taking a dip in and feeling the soft sand bed between your toes. For a perfect, scenic getaway with beautiful views and endless blue waters, Cala Saladita Beach is the place for you!

The clear blue waters of Cala Saladita Beach, Ibiza


If you’re looking for the unique sights of the Greek island Corfu, then Arkoudilas Beach, Kavos is the place to see! Set in a small cove surrounded by cliff sides and hills, this sandy sea shore is popular in the summertime, with beach beds, parasols and cold drinks available at your pleasure! It’s a good 15 minutes drive from the main Kavos strip, but worth the trip! For something a bit closer to home, check out the beach behind Quayside Village and Atlantis.

Sun beds, parasols at Arkoudilas Beach, Kavos


Playa de Magaluf is the leading beach of Magaluf, with its white sands, crystal clear waters, and lively atmosphere, there’s plenty to do on this sunny coast. Partygoers have a choice of multiple beach activities, like; water skiing, jet skiing, banana riding, pedal boats, and paragliding, so there’s always a way to have a good time at Playa de Magaluf!

White sands and swimming pools at Playa de Magaluf beach


Potamos Beach is an oasis of a tourist destination, and yet remains large enough to not feel too overcrowded. Easily the most popular beach on the Malia coast, thousands flock each year to marvel at the beach’s unique rock formations and to enjoy the numerous beach bars and restaurants on this relaxing coastal escape!

The popular Potamos Beach on the Malia coast

Sunny Beach

Unlike our other destinations, Sunny Beach is actually a beach first, town second (as the name suggests). Several miles long, this beach has space for everybody, and plenty of bars and restaurants to choose from throughout your stay. While the ocean is called the Black Sea, you’ll only see clear, turquoise waters that are perfect for swimming in and splashing about!

The Clear, turquoise waters at Sunny Beach resort


We had to start this list off with one of the most famous beaches in all of Europe: Navagio, or Shipwreck Bay. Known for its stunning natural landscape and picturesque striking blue waters, this is one beach you’d regret missing. In 1983, an illegal cargo carrying cigarettes crashed onto the bay’s white sands, and its ruins are still there to marvel at! Only accessible from the sea, the journey is worth the instagram-worthy snaps you’ll get from this amazing beach!

Navagio the most famous beach in Europe, Shipwreck Bay, Zante

And of course, this list wouldn’t complete without the party beach of Zante; Laganas Beach. The most popular beach amongst young partygoers, this beach has countless bars, restaurants, and shops to choose from, as well as plenty of water sport facilities to try out with your friends. If you love spending your days sunbathing with a cocktail in your hand and summer’s hottest tunes surrounding you, then Laganas Beach is the place to go!

The Sea at Laganas Beach, Zante