For many people, the beach is a holiday – a place for sunset, swimming, reading and dreaming, as well as an adventure.
Everyone has fond the beach: from the magnificent beaches of Latin America to the beautiful British coast, to the best beaches in the Mediterranean, to the Pacific island paradise.
- Isla Espiritu Santo, Cortez Sea, Baja California, Mexico
Oceanographer Jacques Cousteau calls the Cortez Sea in Mexico “the largest aquarium in the world” because of its unique and vibrant ecosystem. To interact with nature, you can live in La Paz. UNESCO lists all islands as World Heritage Biosphere. On Los Island, you can snorkel with the friendly sea lions. There are many migratory species, such as humpback whales, bats such as leatherback turtles.
- Oxwich Bay, Gower Peninsula, Wales, UK
You have to find Wales for our most beautiful beach in the UK. Soft, sandy Oaks Sandwich Bay (Oxwich Bay) surrounded by woodland, while Penrith Castle (Penrice Castle) is ignored, which directly from the story Aini De Breton (Enid Blyton). With its Arcadian beauty, Oxwich in summer is the perfect place to swim safely, take a walk on the beach or traverse a nature reserve with 600 flowering plants. Gower, west of Swansea, is Britain’s first outstanding natural beauty area this year marks its 50th anniversary.
- Philippines Camiguin Island (White Island)
Camiguin is small, pear-shaped, known as the “Island Born of Fire” and is home to the spectacular White Island Beach, where the white sandbanks of Tippex admired, and the Habeck-Heath Views of the two volcanoes of Mount Berk and Vulcan. Nearby, the turquoise mint sea hides unusual treasures. A sunken cemetery was located 20 feet underwater after a volcanic eruption in 1871. The island has ancient ancestral houses and historic churches.
- Praia de Lopes Mendes in Ilha Grande, Brazil
Ilha Grande, It is 3 hours south of Rio de Janeiro, is an island with jaw-droppingly beautiful Praia de Lopes Mendes. Reaching the beach is a daunting task, but it is worth the effort you have to travel through the Atlantic forest of lush beehives, butterflies, tropical flowers, and waterfalls, with dwarfs and sacred monkeys everywhere. Lopes Mendes (Lopes Mendes) sand as white as flour, soft as flour. The island discovered in 1502, but today’s patron is the road that exists only in the island’s main villages.
- Whitehaven Beach, Whitsunday Islands, Queensland, Australia
Whether you arrive by seaplane or boat, Whitehaven Beach has ultra-white sand, rainforest, and crystal clear waters. It is on a long, narrow island, part of a 1,250-mile Great Barrier Reef. The sand is 99.89% pure, and you can swim with over 1,500 multi-species of fish and see the annual migration of humpback whales. 73 other islands await discovery, some of them deserted and ideal for an intimate and secret day in the sun
- Guludo Beach, Kirimbas Peninsula, Mozambique
Probably the fascination of Guludo Beach, Africa’s most beautiful beach: exquisite white sand beaches are milled by the Indian Ocean and surrounded by wild African bush forests. It is a real barefoot paradise where you can snorkel coral reefs and observe humpback whales (June-October). Climb the hill and watch the elephants at sunset. An unforgettable journey is to the nearby Loras Island, where you will meet the local fisherman, the old man coconut crab, who will take you into the coral rock forest and discover the world’s most giant crab.
- Eilat, Israel
Combining Bedouin hospitality, Middle Eastern cuisine, and Las Vegas-style hotels, Eilat is also a great place for a family holiday. The Red Sea is famous for deep-sea diving, snorkeling, and swimming with dolphins. Romantics can relax in the candle-lit spa, and younger people will love the nightlife from tent discos to live band bars. Sun lovers hugging the beach can enjoy its view of Petra’s red mountains on the horizon, while hikers can take a truck, camel, or horse to the Desert Safari with the Bedouins.
- Playa Flamenco, Culebra, Puerto Rico
Known as the Pirate Island, Culebra has used as a pirate sanctuary for more than three centuries, 17 miles east of Puerto Rico. Playa Flamenco sits on top of Mount Resaca, buffered by green jungle vegetation, has the most transparent waters in the Caribbean Sea, and has 1 mile of white coral sand. The beauty of this 7-mile-long island inspires impulsive behavior, such as hugging trees. Coral reefs are unspoiled, and four endangered sea turtle species head to the beach. The Culebra National Wildlife Refuge protects large colonies and birds.
- San Juan Bay, Nicaragua
Nicaragua may not be known as a resort, but at this time of the year, you bathed in the sun, and you may be on their beach. The horseshoe shape of South San Juan Bay Beach is soft beige pastel sand, overlooked by the statue of Jesus in the north of the bay. The surrounding waters are calm, and there are few large enough places to surf, which makes it an ideal beach for young families. For surfers, there is Playa Maderas.
- One Foot Island, Aitutaki Lagoon, Cook Islands
Captain Bligh and the HMS Bounty Plan team discovered the Aitutaki Lagoon in 1789. After sailing for several weeks at sea, they must think that they are the illusion of surreal beauty. A peaceful one-foot island, lined with large banyan trees and plumerias, has even realized the dream of the wildest tropical island. Bring a bottle of champagne and a picnic blanket as this is the perfect place to have sex.
- Kovalam Beach, Kerala, India
Kovalam is known as the Southern Paradise and is arguably the best beach in India. The crescent-shaped seaside is full of features, on the north stop is the Vijiyam mosque, in the middle is a colorful boat, and the Ayurvedic rubdown center allows you to indulge in rejuvenating herbs, frame tone rub down or other holistic treatment. Equivalent to 30p, you could purchase curry on a leaf.
- Super Paradise Beach, Mykonos Island, Greece
It’s not hard to see why international jet makers have visited the small Mykonos for 50 years. With soft sand and rare blue waters, Super Paradise Beach is the island’s most desperate beach, surrounded by magnificent beaches. It is 9 kilometers from the town.
13. Koh Madsum, Thailand
Koh Madsum is a secret island nearby famous Koh Samui in Thailand. This small island features an outstanding stretch of sand, fantastic clear water, and a snorkeler-friendly colorful reef. But what makes Koh Madsum even more special – are its resident wild boars, similar to the Bahamas! It is quite an island-hopping experience to enjoy playing with these friendly creatures in a paradise location, according to Islander.