Bulgaria 13th Among the most Peaceful Countries in the World
Indonesia is the world's most peaceful country, followed by Australia, a new study reveals, quoted by the Daily Mail. The research was carried out by lastminute.com
Researchers draw up a list of the most inclusive nations by analyzing a number of factors, including citizens' personal rights, noise and light pollution, temperatures, the number of public holidays and the number of spa resorts.
The third place in the ranking is for Iceland, followed by New Zealand on the fourth and Sri Lanka on the fifth.
The study conducted by lastminute.com found that Indonesia has the highest rating with its coastline of more than 88,031 km, meaning that the beach is never too far away.
In addition, the country has more than 186 green zones and an average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, making it the perfect place to watch the waves.
Australia which is second gives workers 30 days of paid annual leave, has 40,233 km of coastline and 187 green areas.
Although the average temperature in the country is 1.75 degrees, Iceland ranks third with an average of 36 days of annual leave for workers and the fact that it is one of the best places in the world where you can enjoy the Northern Light .
New Zealand is praised by its citizens who receive about 31 days of annual leave so they can enjoy its 253 green zones and 24,140 km of coastline.
Sri Lanka occupies the fifth place with average temperatures of almost 27 degrees, lush rain forests and citizens who enjoy an average of 40 days of rest.
Cyprus is the sixth, followed by the Philippines (7), Greece (8), India (9) and Mauritius (10).
The top 15 is complemented by Costa Rica (11), Portugal (12), Bulgaria (13), Croatia (14) and Spain (15).
With over 88,031 km of coastline, the beach is never too far in Indonesia. The country boasts over 186 green zones and an average temperature of 25 ° C.
For those who love to watch the waves, this is one of the best destinations in the world for this activity.
With an average of 30 days of annual leave, over 40,233 km of beautiful coastline and 187 green areas, Australians live in the perfect place to relax.
With the lowest levels of noise and light pollution in the list, Iceland is a great place to take in the fresh air.
Although the average temperature is only 1.75 degrees, this nation enjoys a 36-day paid annual leave every year and enjoys one of the world's greatest natural phenomena - the Northern Lights.
4. New Zealand
With a truly stunning landscape, no wonder why New Zealand has been chosen to decorate films such as The Lord of the Rings.
Residents receive about 31 days of annual leave to enjoy 253 green areas and 24,140 km of coastline.
5. Sri Lanka
This tropical paradise occupies the fifth place with average temperatures reaching almost 27 degrees, lush rain forests and the highest paid annual leave among all countries in the ranking - 40 days.
According to the local legend, the mythical goddess of love Aphrodite was born on the coast of Cyprus, making it one of the most magnificent places on the island.
Cypriots enjoy average temperatures of 18 degrees, 34 days of annual leave and stunning beaches.
Known for its beautiful beaches, the Philippines combines the vitality of local culture and the tranquility of its natural beauty.
It has over 57936 km of coastline, wildlife and abundant nature reserves.
Known for its ancient history and idyllic islands, Greece has the longest coastline in Europe that extends to 20,921 km. Along with the abundance of sunlight, fresh fish and seafood, for many people, a drink on a Greek beach is a dream come true.
The native place of yoga and meditation - the most popular techniques for achieving emotional and mental tranquility - is not surprising that India is in this ranking. At average temperatures of 23.65 ° C throughout the year, the sun and mantras are a real cure for stress.
A popular destination for a honeymoon, the locals know unmistakably how to eliminate stress. Although it is a small island in the Indian Ocean, the country has some of the most picturesque landscapes known to man.
At an average temperature of 22 ° C and low levels of noise and light pollution, peace is never a mirage here.
11. Costa Rica
This Central American nation knows the perfect conditions for a relaxing day: average temperatures of 24 ° C, golden beaches and many green areas for a soothing walk.
With nearly 3,218 km of coastline, Portugal is a popular tourist destination for those who are trying to catch the rays of the winter sun. There are about 145 green zones in the country, each year enjoying 35 days of annual leave.
As one of the richest in history and culture in Europe, Bulgarians enjoy 32 days of holidays, meaning they can go around the country's various parks and museums to relax from uninterrupted day-to-day life, according to Daily Mail .
With 569 km of coastline, Bulgaria is famous for its roses and a visit to the Rose Valley during the summer months means you can choose a bouquet.
With about 1,000 islands, this country boasts over 8046 km of coastline, making it the perfect place to relax under the sun. Every year, the nation enjoys 33 days of annual leave, with many festivals taking place annually.
Nearly 8,046 km of coastline, 36 days of annual leave and the possibility of parties in Ibiza or relaxation in the province, Spain sounds like the perfect place to escape from stress.
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