If your favorite part of traveling is getting to explore stunning stretches of coastline around the world, you’ve come to the right place! As listed right below is a guide to some of the best beaches around the world.
Champagne Bay, Vanuatu:
Champagne Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches in the stunning South Pacific and is the top rated beach in the island nation of Vanuatu. There are multiple reasons why you may want to visit Champagne Bay, the first of which is that it is never crowded, so you won’t have any issue finding a stretch of sand to sunbathe on, before you head into the beach’s warm turquoise water. Secondly, the water at Champagne Bay is so warm, that you’ll feel as if you’re soaking in a warm bath, which is rare for a beach, anywhere in the world.
If you are a keen snorkeler it’s well worth packing a mask and flippers as the bay is teeming with aquatic life, such as schools of brightly colored fish. If you are comfortable scuba diving, you’re in luck as there are shipwrecks from WW2 that are located just off the coast of Champagne Bay that you’ll be able to explore. If you’re interested in scuba diving, make sure to book an escorted tour, to ensure your saftey.
Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia:
Byron Bay is located in New South Wales and is known for it’s world class surf breaks, it’s powder soft sand and it’s iconic lighthouse. The latter of which is located at the end of the bay at cape Byron. If you’re looking for a great Australian beach to visit that is far less crowded than Surfer’s Paradise in Queensland or Bondi Beach, it’s well worth visiting Byron Bay as it’s incredibly underrated. While visiting Byron Bay it’s also worth exploring some of the boutique stores and cafes which are located a stone’s throw from the bay.
St. Paul’s Beach, Rhodes, Greece:
If you’re interested in the prospect of planning a beach vacation to Greece, you shouldn’t look past St. Paul’s Beach which is located in Rhodes. Which features not one but two sandy coves which feature insanely turquoise water. The best bay to swim at is located at the southern end of the beach and features golden sand, which is comfortable to walk on and lie on.
However, no matter which end of the beach you choose to swim at, you’ll be able to rent sun loungers and sun shades. If you’re interested in snorkeling, you’ll find that the cove is a peaceful, protected spot to snorkel. Lastly if you get hungry, you’ll find a handy on-site café where you’ll be able to grab a bite to eat.
If your favorite part of traveling the world is getting to explore stunning beaches and coastlines around the world, it’s well worth exploring all of the beautiful international beaches that are listed above! As all of the carefully selected beaches will take your breath away.
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