World's beautiful tourism villages for your travel wishlist

Nestled between a serene lake and towering alps, this charming village is a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its salt mines, beautiful wood chalets, and scenic beauty.

Hallstatt, Austria

Often referred to as the "Venice of the North," Giethoorn is a village with no roads, and buildings are connected by a series of picturesque canals.

Giethoorn, Netherlands

Famous for its traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses, some of which are more than 250 years old. This village looks especially enchanting during winter under a blanket of snow.

Shirakawa-go, Japan

Initially a film set for the 1980 film Popeye, this village has been preserved and is now a fun attraction with colorful wooden houses.

Popeye Village, Malta

Renowned for its whitewashed buildings, blue domes, and stunning sunsets over the Aegean Sea.

Oia, Santorini, Greece

Often described as the "most beautiful village in England," it's famous for the Arlington Row, a series of ancient cottages built in the 17th century.

Bibury, England

Five villages (Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore) perched along the rugged coastline of the Italian Riviera, known for their colorful houses and harbors.

Cinque Terre, Italy

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A sleepy, car-free village in the Swiss Alps, offering panoramic mountain views and alpine serenity.

Gimmelwald, Switzerland

With a backdrop of the Julian Alps and a beautiful lake that houses an island with a 17th-century church, Bled is truly a fairy-tale village.

Bled, Slovenia

A medieval village located high on a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Its cobblestone streets and historical buildings transport visitors back in time.

Eze, France

Located on the island of Brac, it's famous for its white stone houses and the crystal-clear Adriatic Sea.

Pucisca, Croatia

Located in the Lofoten Islands, it offers breathtaking views of fjords and mountains, along with red and white fisherman's huts dotting the coastline.

Reine, Norway

Known as the "French Corner," this village in the heart of the Cape Winelands is surrounded by vineyards, Cape Dutch architecture, and stunning mountainous landscapes.

Franschhoek, South Africa

A secluded village nestled in the Serra do Açor mountains, known for its slate-built houses and winding alleys.

Piodão, Portugal

Such as Ura, Haa, and Paro, they offer a glimpse into the Himalayan kingdom's ancient traditions and pristine landscapes.

Bhutan's Traditional Villages