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The 5 Best Beaches Around The World You Need To Visit

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While pools are wonderful, there is something about a beautiful beach that can’t be beaten. Across the world, there are many beaches with their own unique look and atmosphere. While some islands offer a wide variety of beaches, there is usually one that stands out from the crowd. Several beaches in the world stand out and here are five of the best beaches around the world that you need to visit.

Tikehau Island

Tikehau Island is a tiny island in French Polynesia. The beaches here look like something on a postcard. This beach stands out because of the bright blue water, the white and pink sand, the isolated nature of it, the abundance of fish in the water, and the chances for snorkeling. The resort on the island is the Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort, standing out and giving the beautiful beach an even more picturesque look.

Dreamland Beach

Located in Bali, Dreamland Beach is a beach that started out its claim to fame as a surfing beach in the 1970s. Since then, however, the beach has become more popular. This has led to a rise in resorts and tourists. Despite its growth in popularity, Dreamland Beach is still a haven for surfers, complete with smaller stores and beach-front smoothie shops. It is well worth a visit, recommends Virgini, a travel blogger at shortletsmalta.com.

Mellieha Bay

Mellieha Bay, also called Ghadira Bay, is a large and beautiful beach on the island of Malta. In addition to its position near the town of Mellieha, it is also a beach that is fairly shallow in places. This makes it more family-friendly than other beaches. There are fun activities available at Mellieha Bay, from kites to children’s toys. As a result, it is a very popular beach. Luckily, it is rarely crowded. This is because Mellieha Bay is made up of three different beaches, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. The island of Malta has plenty of places to stay, including luxury villas near the beach.

Trunk Bay

Trunk Bay is located on St. John, part of the United States Virgin Islands. Some people claim that Trunk Bay is one of the most photographed beaches in the world and it is easy to see why. With water that is calm, sandy beaches, the Underwater Trail for snorkeling, and nearby hiking and historic ruins, this Caribbean Island has plenty to offer the beach-going adventurer. Although the nearby resort, Caneel Bay, is being repaired after the recent hurricanes that devastated parts of the Caribbean, they hope to be open again in 2018.

Waipio Valley Beach

Waipio Valley Beach is located on the Big Island in Hawaii. Unlike other beaches on this list, Waipio is a hidden beach. To get there requires a hike or drive down a road that is very narrow and steep. However, most everyone agrees that the trek is well worth the effort. The beach is a mile-long and made of volcanic sand. There are tall cliffs, beautiful rainforests, and two waterfalls. Although it may take an effort to get there, Waipio Valley Beach is a beautiful place full of unique natural beauty. Nearby places to stay include the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel.

A trip to the beach can be very relaxing, and these five beaches, spread out over the world, are beaches that you must go visit. From Bali to the United States Virgin Islands, there are plenty of new sights to take in and enjoy. After your visit, you won’t be disappointed in the beaches our planet has to offer.

 

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Elena writes articles for luxuryvillasmalta.com.  She enjoys renting a luxury villa when she goes on holiday and likes to share that knowledge online.

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