Let’s take a look at some of the best countryside towns that Europe has to offer!
This little town on the Brača island doesn’t have many inhabitants and is very quaint. The weather is sunny, almost all year long and the town is known for its amazing views that often have been left untouched by humans.
2.Giethoorn, The Netherlands
Giethoorn is another little countryside town that deserves to be on this list. This little town is known for its beautiful assortment of tulips and its kind inhabitants. Furthermore, there are some lovely canals and ditches located in the town, and they could easily be used as perfect places to stroll around a little!
This little countryside town has remained very authentic to this day. The inhabitants mostly are able to make a living because of their earnings from agriculture. What’s especially fun and peculiar about this little town, is that the inhabitants come out on the streets while dressed in authentic folk clothes at least once a week.
Next up, there’s the German little town of Mannichswalde! It’s the home to less than 1000 inhabitants but still is able to get a lot of tourism. When looking up “countryside town” in the dictionary, there should be a picture of Mannichswalde because it meets the description perfectly! Mannichswalde is a great place to live because the people there really form a community.
Romania has a great assortment of little countryside towns and one, in particular, that would be great to live in, would be Biertan. This countryside town has a stunning town square and is overall very rural and quiet, so it’s the perfect place to live in for families especially!
6.San Quirico d’Orcia, Italy
San Quirico d’Orcia is a small countryside town in the region of Tuscany in Italy. It has about 2500 inhabitants and you could visit some magnificent churches while you’re there. This town is most known for its beautiful landscapes and it owes that reputation to the many farming fields that can be found there.
When it comes to countryside towns, Scotland is a country that definitely should not be overlooked! Whitebridge is a very, small quaint town and the majority of the people there are farmers. There’s not a lot to do there, but it’s a great place to live if you’re really keen on some well-deserved peace and quiet.
Wales has many countryside towns, Conwy being one of them. Although it’s located on the coast, the inhabitants organize a big market every week where they trade all of their farming products. When living in this picturesque town, you really will find that the people there are very close and that’s always a plus, isn’t it?
Roussillon is a very rural countryside town in the Provence region in France. It’s the home to a little more than a thousand people that mostly make a living by working in agriculture. This town has a lot of great qualities, but the best thing about it is that you will be truly blown away by all the amazing views to be seen!
Last, but not least: Trpejca. This little fishing village may not be truly a countryside town, but it’s very cosy and an overall great place to live!