MORE REALLY COOL BEACHES
Added on: 12th Jan 2015
CAPE COD, MASSACHUSETTS
With sparkling sand and blue water the “arm” of Massachusetts
attracts thousands of visitors to its National Seashore. It’s also
not that hard to get to the well known islands of Martha’s Vineyard
or Nantucket from here.
Found near the north tip of Zanzibar this white sand beach off
Africa’s east coast is dotted with fishing villages and is home to a
diverse variety of marine life.
AROA, COOK ISLANDS
Although it takes forever to get to this place, the scuba diving,
fishing, and snorkelling make the journey well worth it.
PINK SANDS BEACH, BAHAMAS
Famous for its mile long strip of pink sand, this uniquely coloured
beach is a popular getaway for those who want more nature and less
of the tourist resort feel.
This 7km stretch of beach on Whitsunday Island in Australia has been
labelled one of the cleanest in the world. The sand here consists of
98% pure silica which also means it’s insanely white.
75 MILE BEACH, AUSTRALIA
Running most of the length of Fraser Island this beach doubles as
a highway/runway. Although it is extremely beautiful the currents are
dangerous and the Tiger Sharks are plentiful so bathers beware!
MATIRA POINT, TAHITI
Found on the island of Bora Bora (also known as the Romantic Island)
this isolated beach lies in a protected lagoon and offers some of the
whitest sand in the South Pacific.
RED BEACH, GREECE
To get here you can either take a boat or descend along a steep
path leading down the side of the cliff in the background.
Although the island of Santorini isn’t really popular for its beaches,
this one is too unique to disappoint.