There is something special about island life. If you want to escape from your everyday routine with a sexy high class companion of your choice, here is our pick of the top five most relaxing European islands. Read on to discover your perfect island getaway.
Cíes islands, Galicia, Spain
This island has been given the title as one of the best beaches in the world, but you will be pleased to know that it has somehow slipped under the radar and is more of a hidden gem. Located in Galicia, doing nothing is the order of the day here. This island has a limit of a 2,200 tourists a day, so it will never be overcrowded.
This Greek island is one that has shot up in popularity of late and become the place to be for those who love luxury and glamour. However, unlike Santorini that is often overcrowded with tourists, Mykonos has a more relaxing vibe. While it is known for being a party island, there are a number of secluded beaches that are the perfect place to unwind. Leave the flashy beach bars behind and enjoy some down time on Agois Sostis Beach. With stunning views at every turn, there is no better place to take in a sunset.
An island getaway is the perfect opportunity to recharge your batteries and there is no better place to do so than in Sardinia. Populated with stunning beaches and secluded coves, this island was meant for some sizzling one on one time. One of the quietest locations is Sant’Antioco based in the South West of Sardinia and here you will find untouched beaches that are far away from tourist crowds.
If you want to discover the delights of Italy, Ponza is one of its most relaxing spots. You can find it 25 miles off the coast of Lazio and while it is one of the largest islands in Italy, it is largely undiscovered. The scenery boasts flashes of bright colours and you’ll find beautiful beaches and a vibrant little town with the best gelato around.
One of Croatia’s most enchanting islands, a number of delights await you and your high class companion. When you want peace and quiet and delicious food, this is the place to be. It boasts spectacular coves and the Blue Cave is a must see. You’ll find it on the east side of the island and the trip is worth it to see the water logged cave in all its glory.