Anyways, I don't recall a western fantasy setting that's really representative of Europe, much less of medieval europe.
Game of Thrones is the closest thing I know.
Kind of depends on how you define "close" really. I have come across a decent number of literature fantasy series that roughly model some time of version of Fantasy Europe. And then there are others that take some of the set dressing such as swords, armors, and kings, but not much else. Most Fantasy RPG setting tend more towards the latter than the former.
And then you get the folklore and mythology of Europe influencing the setting. Elves, Dwarves, etc. tend to be much more alien if not completely absent in other cultural mythologies.
Ah yes, I should have explained more my thoughts. (And I forgot about Ars Magica too). I am looking for RPG settings, I know novels that fit the bill.
You're right, but what I would really dig, is a setting with a political situation close to the middle ages around 1000-1200. Plenty of weak states, feodalism, kingdoms in name only, and plenty, plenty of political intrigues. That would be an occasion to use Ultimate Intrigue, but on a grand scale. Treasons, secessions, noble houses plotting, religious schisms, and so on.
While some of this is done right in game of thrones, the level of detail still is not enough for me. Also, I do not want a clone of medieval europe, just something that captures the feeling.
Midgard from Kobold press is good, but that's not yet it for me.