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Top 10 Most Beautiful Beaches Around The World

Thursday, June 26, 2014
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These amazing beaches offer amazing scenery and they also give a sense of tranquility. It’s always hard to just list a few but here are some of my favorites!

By guest blogger: Ruth Anoya

Seychelles

A standout amongst the most captured shores on the planet, the pale pink sands of Anse Source d’argent spreads out over the island of La Digue, one of the 115 segments of this archipelago in the Indian Ocean. The sands shimmer against a setting of towering stones, worn by time and climate.

Maldives

Whether your dream shore trek comprise of using a couple of spoiled nights in a four-star resort or swimming among tropical fishes exactly 80 feet (24 meters) submerged, the Maldives are the kind of islands where either—or both—can work out

Maldives

The Hamptons, New York

One of the hip spots for the air-kissing, decently heeled set, the Hamptons gloat a portion of the prettiest shores on Long Island. The unspoiled shoreline starts around Southampton and runs east to the end of the island at Montauk.

Lanikai Beach, Hawaii

A large portion of a mile of shining sand, palm trees influencing over a white shore, rich tropical plants, and perpetual daylight make Lanikai one of Hawaii’s most grand sunny shores. The shore is secured by a close-by coral reef, which keeps the surf moderately cool.

Hawai

Nantucket Island, Massachusetts

The most prevalent sunny shores on this island in the North Atlantic are Surfside and Children’s. The waters here are moderately cool, and there’s a lot of sand to use for sunbathing or palace building. Madaket Beach is known for its rougher surf and not-to-be-missed night falls.

Fraser Island, Australia

Roosted on the sunny Queensland coast 161 miles (259 kilometers) northeast of Brisbane, Fraser Island is the world’s biggest sand island and home to a grand shore. This World Heritage Site is a biologist’s dream, with 640 square miles (1,664 square kilometers) of unspoiled characteristic heaven. Downpour woodlands with 1,000-year-old trees sprout from the sand.

Fraser Island

St. Bart’s

One of numerous islands in the Caribbean Sea, St. Bart’s emerges with its mix of French chic and island unwinding. With excellent detached sunny shores, fine French food, and charitable inns, this tropical play area is famous with the Jet Set. The 8-mile-long (13-kilometer-long) island is edged by 20 shores and little inlets for swimmers and sunbathers, with shimmering water and white sand.

Amos

Stowed away between the resorts of Turunc and Kumlubuk on the Bozburun landmass, Amos is a little bay tucked between two headlands. Amos was previously a sizeable Roman settlement and there are a few stays, incorporating a little amphitheater with stunning perspectives. Better still, there’s a fantastic restaurant right on the sunny shore, serving up crisp fish and meze.

Bora, Tahiti

This is one of the mysterious islands that make up French Polynesia in the South Pacific. Only 18 miles in length, this rich little slip of area lies in an ensured tidal pond edged by white sandy shores, the best being at Matira Point.

Bora

Izutu Beach, Turkey

Long stretches of golden sand and the beach is surrounded with high hills, makes it the most adventurous beaches of them all. Many Turtles can be found on the beach at the time of their nesting period. Make sure to book your Turkey Visa to experience the beauty of Izutu.

By Ruth Anoya

Profile Picture taken at the Seychelles Enchanted Island

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2 comments

  1. Carrie says:

    You are causing major day dreaming for me this morning! 🙂

  2. Emma says:

    I’m dreaming of the Seychelles! My favourite beach is Boracay in the Philippines, definitely worth a visit.

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