For someone coming from an island like me, a beach is everything. It’s somewhere you go to, not only to check the girls out, but also a place to put some food on the barbecue, hang out with relatives, relax and read a book.
Being that it’s Summer it’s only right for me to list some of world’s most breathtaking beaches for you to enjoy.
Navagio Beach, or Shipwreck is an isolated cove on the Greek island of Zakynthos. The island is also named Shipwreck because it’s the home of a shipwreck of an alleged smuggler ship Panagiotis.
Tropea Beach is probably one of the most famous beaches in Italy. It lies in Calabria, in the south of Italy. The clear water and white sands attracts thousands of tourists. Standing from the beach it’s a beautiful sight looking up.
Cayo de Agua (Water Cay in English) is the name of an island in the eastern Caribbean Sea. It is located north of Venezuela, on the western edge of the National Park “Los Roques” for the north bordering the Cocos Tips Keys, Key Pelona water and Selesquí Bequevé, and southeast are the keys Two Mosquises. This island geographically belongs to Los Roques national park, the name of this key comes from having fresh water wells within it.
This beach is so beautiful it’s almost unreal, but if it is real, I want to be there. Anse Coco beach is located on La Digue, the third biggest inhabited island of Seychelles. Anse Coco is the most isolated, stunning and unspoilt beach on La Digue.
This just as the one above seems a bit unreal, but it really does exist. Whitehaven Beach is located on the largest of the 74 Whitsunday islands. The beach is a seven km stretch along the island, which is accessible by boat from Arlie Beach and Shute Harbour. The white sand consists of 98% pure silica which gives it a bright white color.
Kuta Beach is a beach located in Kuta, Indonesia. Kuta beach is also known as Sunset Beach. Kuta with it’s wide spread of white sand was originally discovered by tourists as a surfing paradise. It’s the most visited beach compared with other beaches in Bali.
Wharariki Beach is located at the northwestern coast of the South Island of New Zealand.
Kanuhura is located on the eastern rim of Lhaviyani Atoll.
The island measures approximately 1000 meters in length and 200 meters in width, with a north-south orientation. It offers the best in watersports and diving.
Cala Luna is another one of those lovely Italian beaches. It’s situated just a little south from Cala Gonone; it is almost five-hundred metres long and is bordered on the south by the pool created by the Codula di Luna brook and on the north by a series of big grottos lined up along the rocky wall.
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