Seven beaches you should visit in your lifetime
The world has so many fantastic beaches to visit that span various coastlines. We will admit that we are partial to pristine beaches with white sands and tropical foliage that line the beach rather than northern coastlines with either pink sand or small rocks. So here are a list of some of our favourite beaches.
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1. Grace Bay
Grace Bay is in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos. The beach has beautiful white sand beaches. The water is clear and that is consistently in vibrant shades of blue and green. This is a beach is very popular due to it’s beauty and is constantly being ranked as one of the top five beaches in the world.
2. Seven Mile Beach
This is a beautiful beach located in Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman. It’s a classic postcard scenery with sun and palm trees that line the beaches. It’s routinely voted as one of the top beaches in the world and in the Caribbean as well.
Please note, this is Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman Island. There is also a Seven Mile Beach in Jamaica. It’s also very beautiful but you won’t see the scenery like in the image above.
3. Whitehaven Beach
This is a more of an untouched beach with limited amenities close by. This beach isn’t made for tourists. It’s where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery. There is something to be said to have untouched nature. It’s well worth a visit if you are in Australia and near Whitsunday Island.
4. La Cote des Basques
This is located in Biarritz, France. This is a classic French beach seaside. I remember the first time I saw this beach was from a postcard that I got from a German penpal. I couldn’t believe that sort of beach could be part of Europe. It seems like something you would see in the Caribbean or in the Pacific Ocean.
Bali is an island in Indonesia that is just known for beaches. It’s got clear blue water, white sands and beautiful sunsets that can be seen from most hotel rooms. It’s someplace that I’ve been wanting to visit for a long time and I want to scuba dive to see all the creatures that live in the waters near by.
6. Maui, Hawaii
Maui has one Hawaii’s most beautiful beaches. Since it’s not located on Oahu (i.e. it’s not Honolulu Beach), it’s not going to be as crowded or filled with tourists. But unlike some of the beaches on other island in Hawaii, it’s fairly easy to get to.
7. Del Coronado Island, California
This is one of the most beautiful beaches that I’ve ever been there. I was literally blown away by the hotel, the beaches and everything especially after vacationing at the Jersey Shore, Rehoboth beach, and Venice Beach for years. In addition to the beautiful beach, the hotel has a rich history consisting of a mixture of love stories and even ghost stories. It’s located off of San Diego, so there is always lots of things to do all day long.
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