The Sentinel

Most Beautiful Villages fRom Around the world

Feb 5, 2023
Giethoorn, Netherlands
Giethoorn is a gorgeous and calm village of the Netherlands. It is one of greenest places of the country, which is surrounded by extensive De Weerribben-Wieden National park and dotted with massive number of trees. Being a car free village, it features many beautiful canals instead of roads. The lands of Giethoorn are connected together with about 150 bridges.
Marsaxlokk, Malta
Situated in the Southeastern part of Malta, Marsaxlokk is a beautiful traditional fishing village that is famous for its fishing market. Colorful boats jogging on its harbor give it a more beautiful appearance and make it one of most stunning villages of the world. These boats are called as ‘Luzzus’, which play a significant role in the routine life of the villager
Bibury, England
Bibury is a beautiful charming village situated on the bank of the river Coln in Gloucestershire County of England. The famous English designer named William Morris described it as “The most beautiful village in England”. Comprised of the 17th century stone cottages and beautiful Coln river flowing through the village are the main attractions of Bibury
Freudenberg, Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Freudenberg is a beautiful medieval town, which is situated in the German province of Rhine-Westphalia. This small town is spread over an area of 93 km². It is not just the most beautiful small town in Germany but among the most beautiful villages of the world. The setting of wooden houses in the picturesque landscape of the village leaves the visitors simply speechless.
Hallstatt, Austria
Located between the picturesque Lake Hallstatt and lofty Dachstein Mountains, Hallstatt is a stunning Alpine village that is worth visiting. This extremely gorgeous lakeside village is among the most photographed locations of Austria. Along with a beautiful setting, this village has great historical significance. It also has one of oldest salt mines in the world. There is a museum in the Hallstatt village, which is a home to 7000 years old artifacts
Savoca, Italy
Located close to the eastern tip of Sicily, Savoca is quite close to the famous tourist destination of Taormina. It is not as stunning as its neighborhood but still is an alluring place in diverse ways. The village has a certain timeless and deep Sicilian charm about it, which make it the perfect place for Coppola’s acclaimed The Godfather II movie.
Oia, Greece
Located on the top of the cliffs of Santorini, Oia is a beautiful village with an amazing setting. The picturesque village is located on the steep slope allowing the residents and travelers to enjoy jaw-dropping gorgeous views of the world-known Santorini caldera.
Júzcar, Spain
Júzcar turned into one of the most amazing villages of the world with all the walls painted in smurf-blue to celebrate the premiere of the Smurfs movie. The makeover of the village was so much amazing that the locals didn’t allow Sony Pictures to repaint the village. It has become one of the most extraordinary places in the area.