Two Greek beaches among Tripadvisor’s top European beaches for 2024

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Greece saw two beaches included in Tripadvisor’s Best Beaches in Europe for 2024, as part of its annual Travellers’ Choice Awards.

According to tovima.com, Galissas Beach in Syros claimed the 5th position, while Myrtos Beach in Kefalonia secured the 8th spot. Anthony Quinn Bay in Faliraki and Matala Beach in Crete were also recognized, ranking 12th and 14th, respectively.

Galissas Beach (5) and Myrtos Beach (8) were also included in the top 10 of a new subcategory launched this year called “The World’s Best Sustainable Beaches”.

The assessment for these awards drew from an analysis of millions of reviews submitted by travelers worldwide over the past year, assessing both the quality and quantity of beach experiences.

Beach sustainability is measured by a combination of inputs from sustainable data partner BeCause (via the Blue Flag program) and Tripadvisor traveler reviews, with the winners standing out for their commitments to sustainability including sustainable transport options, waste disposal, and water quality.

Photo by Andre, pexels.com

BeCause helps more than 22,000 companies manage their sustainability data by streamlining and automating their processes. This includes sustainability-certified hotels, certification entities like GreenKey, industry partners including UN GSTC, and marketplaces such as Booking.com and Google.

Tripadvisor is the world’s largest travel guidance platform. Travelers across the globe use the platform and app to discover where to stay, what to do, and where to eat based on guidance from those who have been there before. The site has more than a billion reviews and contributions.

Source: tovima.com

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