Almost summer season now and People love to go beautiful beaches for vacation. Therefore famous and beautiful beaches are full of people. Let's us pick some beautiful beach locations which still may not be too famous for people. So that you can relax and enjoy the beaches while visiting there.
The west coast of Harris, Scotland is filled with golden-sand beaches that remind vacationers
more of the South Pacific than of Scotland’s Highlands.
Sparsely inhabited, Luskentyre has a few farms and vacation homes,
a couple of cemeteries and the best beach views in the UK.
The best place to go is where the pebbled beach curves into the vast sand dunes
where the North Harris Mountains tower in the distance.
Playón de Mismaloya, located just 60 miles south of Puerto Vallarta,
is the type of beach that forces its guests to kick back and relax.
There is nothing to do at Playón de Mismaloya – and all you can do is enjoy the beach and relax.
If you are looking for a little action, try celebrity scouting at Hotelito Desconocido,
one of the most significant turtle and sea bird reserves in Mexico or hike
through the forests in search of one of the many rivers and waterfalls that flow through the region.
The Maddalena Archipelago, located on the northeastern end of Sardinia is composed of seven islands
and 55 islets that are scattered along the most seducing stretch of sea
in the Mediterranean. Caprera Island, which isn’t actually an island
since the Passo della Moneta footbridge was built to link it to Maddalena,
is most known for the pink granite rocks that adorn its shores.
Nineteenth Century Italian patriot, Giuseppe Garibaldi bought Caprera in 1855
and planted the first pine trees that now cover the land. A century after Garibaldi’s death,
Caprera was freed from military restrictions and the area is now fully open to the public.
There are no hotels on Caprera but one of the most enchanting ways to see
those pink rocks are via a chartered yacht from Scarlino.
Located in Wainuiototo Bay – 15 kilometers from Coromandel –
New Chums Beach is a 40-minute walk from all of the action.
Beach Lovers in search of the holy grail of unspoiled sand will have to wade
through the shallow lagoon of Whangapoua Beach and follow a rocky shoreline
for 30 minutes to reach the golden coast of New Chums Beach.
Standing proudly like a portrait from your favorite Lost episode,
the overgrown pohutukawa trees brush the coastline where the warm,
azure waters of the Pacific Ocean meet the untamed kauri-filled forests.
Whale Island, located just two hours north of Nha Trang, is famous for its whale-spotting
and coral reef snorkeling, is the type of beach backpackers write home about.
With additional 30 minute boat ride away – Whale Island boasts translucent waters,
diverse coral reefs and untamed coconut trees.
Whale Island Resort, the only building standing on this almost-deserted island,
promises its guests complete isolation with an injection of Vietnamese charm.
Guests can spend their days diving in the waters that
spurred Jacques Cousteau’s underwater obsession, snorkeling, windsurfing, sailing or swimming.
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