Michigan (PRWEB) January 26, 2014
There are beaches everywhere in the world, from idyllic to famous, popular to secluded. What makes a beach great depends on any of a hundred reasons. Whether it is because of the view or the sand, the people or the wildlife, these beaches have found their way into the hearts of millions of travelers. Island Trader Vacations reviews the top ten beaches in the world both famous and not so famous.
Anse Source d’Argent, Seychelles – A remote beach, this beach ranks as one of the most popular in the Seychelles. Pink sands and massive granite boulders characterize this stunning beach which is protected by a lovely reef.
Horseshoe Bay Beach, Bermuda – Brilliant blue waters and beautiful pink sand make this a beach worth exploring. Named one of the most romantic and beautiful beaches, this quarter mile stretch of sand is a couples paradise.
Whitehaven Beach, Australia – Crystal clear blue waters and white sand characterize this stunning 4 mile beach.
Gulf Islands National Seashore, Pensacola, Florida – A number of beaches along the Gulf of Mexico barrier Islands, this national seashore encompasses some of the most stunning scenery in the U.S. and protects a variety of unique plant and animal species.
White Beach, Philippines – Named for the color of its sand, White Beach, is unique in that its sands are cool to the touch thanks to the makeup of the sand. Coral reefs, sparkling sand, and clear waters make this a top destination for any beach lover.
Ka’anapali Beach, Hawaii – The most famous beach in Hawaii, Kaanapali Beach is a long sandy beach with plenty of sun, shallow water and amazing opportunities for exploring including sailing, snorkeling, excursions and just relaxing.
Rabbit Beach, Islands of Sicily – Remote and unspoiled, Rabbit beach is famous for its natural beauty and wildness. Difficult to access, its remoteness and wildness sets it apart.
Eagle Beach, Aruba – Eagle Beach is famous for its soft sand and clear waters. It is the widest beach in Aruba and is perfect for nature lovers and luxury travelers.
Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos – Clear blue waters and soft white sand characterize this beach which is not just one of the best in the region, but one of the best in the world.
Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands – Named one of the ultimate beaches almost every year, Seven Mile Beach is literally 7 miles of sand which attracts millions of visitors each years. Known for its clear waters and coral sands, it is located near to many popular resorts, restaurants, bars and has plenty of room to relax or enjoy a multitude of activities.
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