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Top 10 Coolest Co-Living Spaces in Europe For Digital Nomads

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With more and more people choosing to live and work remotely, coliving has become a hot trend in the digital nomad world. Coliving is about more than just streamlining your coworking and living space. The right coliving situation can facilitate learning, networking, and getting to know like-minded people from around the world. If you are looking for a location with great coworking spaces, a friendly atmosphere, lightning-quick wifi, and exciting travel opportunities, look no further. We have the ten coolest coliving spaces in Europe right here. 

Normandy, France

If you have ever wanted to live like royalty, Chateau Coliving is the perfect place for you. This 12th-century castle is complete with a chapel and 17th-century manor house, private library, and lounge with a fireplace. Every room is equipped with super-fast wi-fi to meet your needs, and you can get down to business in the ample workroom. In your downtime, explore the 80 hectares of private park and two rivers on the property. Keep your eyes peeled for deer, rabbits, storks, horses, and more. 

Image Courtesy of Chateau Coliving

Grimentz, Switzerland

If you prefer a more active lifestyle, the Swiss Escape in the charming little village of Grimentz offers amazing hiking, cycling, and rock climbing all summer long. In the winter, you can catch the gondola just two minutes from your door and enjoy skiing and snowboarding with a panoramic view of the Swiss Alps. Don’t worry about getting distracted from your work, the chalets have a great coworking space and a private room for Skyping all of your jealous coworkers. 

Image Courtesy of The Swiss Escape

Peniche, Portugal

For a more laid-back vibe, Selina is a beautiful co-living space in the coastal town of Peniche. This surf town is known for having some of the best waves in Europe. When you’re not out catching a wave, you can enjoy Selina’s shared kitchen, library, cinema room, pergola garden, and Mexican Restaurant. The coworking space is fully equipped, and the rooftop terrace is designed for daily yoga, weekly workshops, and live music events.

Image courtesy of Selina Coliving, Peniche

Javea, Spain

One of the most popular co-living spaces on our list, Sun and Co. offer 3 different types of office spaces with high-speed wifi, printers, and a Skype room. Every week they offer a new skill-sharing session where you can learn the ins and outs of entrepreneurial business and digital freelancing. Then soak up the sun by the sea and enjoy the Spanish cuisine. 

Image Coutesy of Sun and Co. Coliving

Ixelles, Belgium

In the heart of bohemian Brussels, this spacious Place Flagey Mansion is a glamorous yet homey place to live and work. The mansion houses 15 residents, and provides a gym, cozy coworking area, and movie room! Creatives of all kinds will enjoy the bohemian vibe and proximity to the bustling Flagey Square and Michelin Star vegan restaurant Humus X Hortense.

Image Courtesy of Place Flagey Mansion

London, England

Along the waterside in West London, you will find The Collective (Old Oak). This enormous home-away-from-home is for the nomad who wants it all. Complete with spa & sauna, cinema, rooftop terrace, gym, restaurant, library, games room, and yoga studio, this place has everything you could ever want or need. 

Image Courtesy of The Collective

Lofoten, Norway

If you’re looking for something a little more chill, pour yourself a cup of free coffee at Arctic Coworking Lodge on the secluded Lofoten archipelago. MAke use of the individual desktops and private meeting rooms in the workspace while you take in the view of the beautiful fjords, sea, and mountains. Make the most of the breath-taking Norwegian nature on the groups’ hiking, surfing, and rock climbing excursions.

Image Courtesy of Arctic Coworking Lodge

Makrinitsa, Greece

Ever dreamed of writing your novel while looking out over the azure blue Mediterranean? This Grecian Mansion might be for you. If the incredible view and charming interior aren’t enough for you, it includes a jacuzzi, bar, library, movie room, and wellness area where residents are offered one free class every day. Get to know other digital nomads at social events and live music nights. Then head out together to hike Mount Pelion, and sail around the Mediterranean.

Image Courtesy of coliving.com

Amsterdam, Netherlands

The glorious rooftop garden at Zoku is an oasis amid Amsterdam’s famous coffeeshops, museums, markets, and red-light district. Use the spacious workspace and bar to get to know the neighbors, or rent a private work loft to stay focused. Whatever your style, this place offers a little of everything to satisfy any appetite. 

Image Courtesy of Zoku, Amsterdam

Mokrin, Serbia

Although Serbia may be an uncommon vacation destination, the peace and solitude of  Mokrin House of Ideas is a terrific place to get focused and work towards your goals. The breath-taking Serbian scenery is juxtaposed against this contemporary clubhouse where remote workers come from around the world to make use of the 24/7 workspace. Your rental comes with three hearty homemade meals per day, a gym (to work it all off), a lovely swimming pool, and great group activities such as movie night under the stars. 

Image courtesy of Morkin House of Ideas

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Monday 2nd of August 2021

Missing Fabrika in Tbilisi!

Jason

Sunday 1st of August 2021

So cool! Unfortunately my company has just updated policy 2 weeks ago requiring everyone go back to the office at a reduced frequency and capacity but have to go back to the local office nontheless. So no digital nomad dream for me.