Six dreamy beaches you need to visit
Sand between your toes, sun on your
face and the sound of the waves, is what dreams are made of.
Whether your dream beach trip consists of tropical sands or
beautiful British coastlines we've found six of the dreamiest
beaches that you'll definitely want to plan a trip
Picture perfect in every way. With a smattering of
open-air restaurants and bars along the shore line teamed with its
crystal clear calm waters, this beach has the best of both worlds
Situated near Dickenson Bay town, this quieter
stretch of sand is the perfect place to retreat to for some
relaxation. It also holds a hidden gem of beautiful off-shore coral
reef, for those who fancy doing some snorkelling or
More of a cove than a beach, surrounded by beautiful
woodland and backed by stunning white cliffs. It may be a steep
walk down to get to but well worth it once there!
Finding the best beach in Thailand that is moon-party
and noise free is a near impossible task. However, this stunning
beach is certainly one of the more isolated quieter spots in the
area and guarantees sparkling, clear waters with golden sand
Molokai Island, Hawaii
Situated 2,400 miles from the nearest continent, the
Hawaiian islands are by far one of the most secluded places on the
planet. A closely guarded secret by locals, Molokai Island is one
of the least visited and therefore quieter of the islands, so if
you fancy splashing out to ensure that extra bit of tranquility and
privacy then this is the place for you.
St Ives, Cornwall -
Beaches in the UK are massively underrated and
frequently overlooked, but if you're looking for somewhere local
then it's definitely worth considering. St. Ives in Cornwall has
a gorgeous coastline and peaceful waters to bathe in.
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