Hvar Island, Croatia

Hvar (pronounced `{`xv̞âːr`}`; Chakavian: Hvor or For, Greek: Φάρος, romanized: Pharos, Latin: Pharia, Italian: Lesina) is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea, located off the Dalmatian coast, lying between the islands of Brač, Vis and Korčula. Approximately 68 km (42.25 mi) long,`{`1`}` with a high east-west ridge of Mesozoic limestone and dolomite, the island of Hvar is unusual in the area for having a large fertile coastal plain, and fresh water springs. Its hillsides are covered in pine forests, with vineyards, olive groves, fruit orchards and lavender fields in the agricultural areas. The climate is characterized by mild winters, and warm summers with many hours of sunshine.`{`2`}` The island has 11,103`{`3`}` residents, making it the 4th most populated of the Croatian islands.

Black Sea Coast, Bulgaria

The Bulgarian Black Sea Coast (Bulgarian: Черноморие, Chernomorie), also known as the Bulgarian Riviera,`{`1`}` covers the entire eastern bound of Bulgaria stretching from the Romanian Black Sea resorts in the north to European Turkey in the south, along 378 km of coastline. White and golden sandy beaches occupy approximately 130 km of the 378 km long coast. The region is an important center of tourism during the summer season (May–October), drawing millions of foreign and local tourists alike and constituting one of the country's most popular tourist destinations. Prior to 1989 the Bulgarian Black Sea coast was internationally known as the Red Riviera. Since the fall of the Iron Curtain, however, its nickname has been changed to the Bulgarian Riviera.

Menorca, Spain

Menorca (Catalan: `{`məˈnɔɾkə`}`, Spanish: `{`meˈnoɾka`}`) or Minorca (English: /mɪˈnɔːrkə/ min-OR-kə; from Latin: Insula Minor, lit. 'smaller island', later Minorica) is one of the Balearic Islands located in the Mediterranean Sea belonging to Spain. Its name derives from its size, contrasting it with nearby Mallorca. Its largest city and capital is Mahón (Catalan: Maó `{`məˈo`}`, Spanish: Mahón `{`maˈon`}`) the island's eastern side, although Menorca is not a province and forms a political union with the other islands in the archipelago.

Menorca has a population of approximately 93,397 (at 1 January 2019).`{`1`}` It is located 39°47' to 40°00'N, 3°52' to 4°24'E. Its highest point, called El Toro (from Catalan ``turó`` meaning hill), is 358 metres (1,175 feet) above sea level.

Drymades beach, Albania

Drymades Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Albanian Riviera. It is a secluded slice of paradise featuring a natural rock formation that divides it in half. One side is full of white pebbles and the other is brushed with silky golden sand.

Cyclade, Greece

Located in southern Greece, between Athens and Crete, the Cyclades consists of 39 islands, of which 24 are inhabited. With their white and blue houses and churches, their narrow and winding alleys, they really offer the typical Greek postcard scenery.