Grace Bay Beach
Grace Bay Beach is situated on the Turks and Caicos Islands. Alongside being a stunning destination anyway, it’s definitely worth splurging and spoiling yourself as the beach is surrounded by expensive restaurants, hotels, villas, spas, and shops that caters to everyone. It has a very luxurious feel with clear waters which vary from dark blue to light shades of turquoise. The sand is also white and powdery and is exactly what you’d expect to see in a movie – it’s surreal.
Famously known for its quiet nature, its cleanliness and pollution free air. The warm water creates a calming and relaxing vibe – which is nicer than having to brave the pain of freezing cold water.
If you’re looking for more of a green scenery, then Ora Beach is definitely the place to go. It is a secret, hidden location found on the Seram Island in Indonesia. The waters are crystal clear and full of gorgeous, green, vibrant coral reefs, and is situated amongst tropical mountains. It’s the place to be if you want to be at one with nature, as the beach is a great place to find solitude away from your iPhone.
My suggestion: Sit back and listen to the birds tweeting, the wind howling and the sound of the waves wooooshing. The beach is known to be difficult to travel to, but is worth the adventure. If you’re looking to get away from the everyday rush, then this Indonesian paradise is the perfect place for you.
Navagio Beach is often referred to as the Shipwreck Beach and is found in Zakynthos, Greece. Many say it’s the best beach in the world because of its surrounding cliff and rusted shipwreck, which was washed up onto shore. This particular beach has now become a very popular tourist destination and is a M U S T-S E E destination if you’re ever in Greece. There are only two ways you can visit this wondrous destination: Either by boat or by car.
Bondi Beach is an extremely popular beach found in Sydney, Australia. The beach is situated super close to the city centre, and is probably one of the busiest beaches. So if you’re looking for a quiet destination, then this may not be for you. This Sydney wonder is famous for hosting festivals, kite-flying events, barbequeues and even an ice rink. The great thing about this beach is that it caters to kids, families and even honeymoon couples.