It doesn’t matter whether you want some solitude and shallow waters or hard-hitting surf because finding the perfect beach is essential if you want to have the best time ever. Want to find out more? Simply look below.
Source d’Argent, Seychelles
The pink-hued sands really do make this beach picture-perfect. There are granite boulders and there are also various restaurants dotted around too. If you want to get the best accommodation for visiting the beach, then make sure that you don’t overlook the idea of booking an AirBNB. There are plenty of them in the area, and you would be surprised at how easy it is for you to have the best time when you pay this location a visit.
Dune du Pyla, France
This beach is actually the tallest dune in Europe. It stretches over 100 metres and it’s only an hour away from Bordeaux. It’s dazzling too. In fact, you may feel the need to shield your eyes from the shimmering haze that glazes over the sand. As if that wasn’t enough, you will also be able to take in the panoramic views. There are ferries that travel from one end to the other and this helps to make your trip there even more special.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
When you travel to South Carolina, you will soon see that there are stunning beaches. One of the most famous is Myrtle Beach. It’s very tourist-focused so there are also plenty of entertainment options. If you want to visit this location, make sure that you look up “Myrtle Beach things to do” as this will help you to find out what attractions are in the area so you can make any bookings in advance.
Cala Saona, Formentera
There is no shortage of beaches at all when you visit this area. Even though this isn’t on the top list of beaches for most people, it’s certainly a gem and deserves to be explored. The white sand and the red cliffs are stunning, not to mention that nothing quite compares to watching the sunset. You can catch the ferry for a very affordable price, and you can also stay in one of the many luxurious hotels if you want to make your experience even more special.
Glass Beach, California
You would have thought that a beach made out of years’ worth of dumped rubbish would be a bad thing, but for this one, it isn’t. The result is nothing short of beautiful. From 1906 to 1967, appliances, glass and even cars were thrown into the sea. A clean-up program began which removed any of the metal and waste that would not degrade. The waves then broke down the glass and this washed up as translucent stones. Visitors are now forbidden from removing the sea glass and it has created a stunning result. This is one beach that you need to make sure that you visit if you are in the area, so make sure that you book a hotel nearby if you are in the area.
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