Food Pool Floats
What could possibly be better than a combination of sun, sand, and the sea? The sun, sand, sea, and food, of course! Our food pool floats will keep that hunger at bay as you float to your heart’s content. Whether you are craving healthy fruits, sinful cupcakes, or sweet ice cream, we have the perfect float for you!
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The Best Beach Cities in Europe for You and Matching Food Pool Floats
The city itself has no lack of things to explore and activities to do. Colorful and creative, you can do anything from cruising the canals to visiting the market of Reffen. It encapsulates everything you could ever want from a European city, with a stunning harbourside location and a whole range of food stalls with more than 30 vendors. If nature is a little more your thing, the Konhens Have, or King’s Gardens, is for you. Take in the sounds, sights, and scents of the summer while strolling through the hedges, or even with a picnic on the soft grass.
The city is quaint and eccentric, yet there are so many activities you can choose from. You can stroll along the Tagus Estuary Promenade (the best pasteis de nata is located here), catch a tram or even head up to a rooftop bar for the best views of the ocean.
If you’d much rather be in the ocean yourself, there are plenty of fine beaches with different coastlines to choose from. We gladly recommend Praia de Carcavelos, a beach just 30 minutes away by train from the city center. It’s a clean, beautiful space, with great crowd control so it’s never too crowded.
Once you’re done with your beach day and ready to explore the city, you have to look no further than right up the hill. Literally named Castle Hill (or Colline du Chateau), this inland area is the highest point of the entire city and the best part? It’s just a 10-minute walk away from the beach. Tour the beautiful gardens in the summer, and explore the old architecture.
At the center of the city of Nice is Place Massena, a lively city square that’s complete with remarkable fountains and lavish gardens. At nightfall, these light up beautifully in time for a romantic stroll. No trip to the city is complete without some shopping, so head over to the nearby Avenue Jean Medecin where you’ll find both designer and boutique shops waiting for you.
If spending time at the beach sounds like the perfect way to spend your day, you’ll have no shortage of options here in Nice, France. There are quite a number of public and private beaches to choose from, but our top pick is Castel Plage. This private beach located at the far end of the Promenade des Anglais under Castle Hill is one of the most stunning private beaches, not just in the City of Nice, but arguably in the whole region. Enjoy powdery white sands and the intensely blue waters of the Mediterranean, as well as the good food and drinks that are served.
This city is so close to the sea, that you can even dive into the water right from the promenade. There are so many alluring spots to swim along Split peninsula’s waterline, from pebbled beaches and rocky places to the popular sandy beaches. Our favorites include the luxurious Trstenik Beach, the sandy Bene Beach, and of course the incredibly lively Bacvice Beach. All of them are well-maintained, also with plenty of bars around to keep you well-hydrated during your day out in the sun. The sands are almost pristine and the seawater is surprisingly clear in spite of a large number of people who flock to the beaches every day. It’s usually crowded, especially at Bacvice Beach which also happens to be one of the most popular nightlife zones in the entire city.