The city of Batumi on Georgia's Black Sea coast is bracing for a tourism boom after winning the 2019 title of "Europe’s Leading Emerging Tourism Destination" at the prestigious World Travel Awards.
It is one of the fastest growing organisms on earth.
The cruise industry is booming, with more than 25 million passengers expected to be carried worldwide in 2019. But with the increase in numbers comes an increase in risk.
Now technology is coming to the rescue.
Scientists in Jordan have discovered that corals in the Gulf of Aqaba are resisting the rise in water temperatures.
In less than 20 years, an Italian coastal area has transformed itself from a lawless wasteland into an international success story.
A stretch of coastline in southern Italy is leading the way in sustainability – with some surprising benefits.
The Aquarius with its 629 migrants on board sparked a diplomatic raw among EU member states to reallocate asylum seekers. One year on little has changed. Italy closes its ports, member states oppose to Dublin regulation reform. People keep on dying in the Mediterranean
In light of 2019's World Oceans Day we checked out Gerhard Richter's Seascapes exhibit at Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
Hundreds of travel and tourism representatives from around Africa and the Indian Ocean gathered to celebrate the best of the travel industry in their region.
In a new study published by PNAS, experts said that there was a plausible chance that sea levels would rise by 2 metres by the year 2100.
Researchers have devised a possible solution for durable plastic waste, inspired by the ocean.
Passengers filmed their scary experience on the Viking Sky cruise ship off the coast of Norway on Saturday (March 23) and Sunday (March 24).
If sun, surf and sand are your idea of fun, there is plenty to experience on the beaches of Dubai.
The sea is crystal-clear and warm; the sand is soft, and each beachside area has its own distinct personality.
In this episode of Ocean, Euronews' Denis Loctier explores how farmed fish could offer a more sustainable future.
As part of an episode on how fish farming could offer the world a more sustainable future, the Euronews Ocean team shot a 360 video at fish farm Aquanaria.
Who are 'Strandjutters' and why were they allowed to take items that washed up on the Dutch coast?
In the footage, the seal can be seen launching itself out of the water wielding an octopus in its mouth and striking the unsuspecting kayaker across the face.
More than a dozen restaurants and cafes in Budapest have agreed to fill used bottles or flasks with water for free. It's in a bid to have a Plastic Free July.
Is halotherapy an original new spa offer, an alternative treatment or a placebo? We tried it to find out.
The evacuation has begun for over 400 small sharks that were found washed up in northern France.
Authorities estimate street value of seized is between 15 and 20 million euros
An extension to the French National Sea Centre in Calais allows the building to house one of the largest water tanks in the world holding the equivalent of four Olympic swimming pools
One of the world's natural wonders will never be the same again according to a new report published on Thursday.
A series of failed rescue attempts led to four people being trapped by choppy waters in Northern England on Friday, before they were rescued by a human chain formed by passers-by.
Armed with what looks like a small army of autonomous robots, a European research team are finding new ways to explore the seafloor.
Rising sea levels are not just a problem for the tropics - this is very much a European threat.