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your favorite coasts/shores, lake or sea

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Some of my fondest European travel memories include time spent on European lakes or the Med/Adriatic. In terms of swimming in lakes I think the Worthersee in SE Austria is hard to beat. The water is pretty warm for a semi-Alpine lake, and the scenery, while not stunning is still lovely. In terms of overall beauty for lakes, I'd lean toward one of the Swiss lakes like Lake Lucerne, or further south perhaps Como.
In terms of seacoasts and beaches, I haven't been to that many, but the Sorrento Amalfi coast region stands out for beauty, and I did enjoy a week on the beach in Calabria, near Tropea. Not a stunning area, but a nice beach area.
I'd like to hear other people's insight on this, also perhaps some have a less well-known place that they like.

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