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Ready for the Sun? 8 Beach Destinations to Visit


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 The sun is out, and it's time to head to the beach for some relaxation and a much-needed vacation. But where will you go? There are hundreds of beach destinations to choose from worldwide, each with its own characteristics. Please read our guide for some insightful ideas.

1. Love Wildlife and Beaches? Head to Costa Rica

 Costa Rica is famous for its prolific wildlife and has many eco-friendly places to stay. From sloths to hummingbirds and monkeys, there are many beautiful creatures to observe if you choose Costa Rica. And then there are the beaches. From Punta Uva to Manzanillo, you can choose quiet coves, surf beaches, and snorkeling so that any vacation can combine wildlife activities and the beach.

2. Craving Peace and Seclusion? Try the Bahamas

 The Bahamas is a beautiful place with turquoise water and pink sands. Many of its beaches are quiet, so you can avoid the crowds and find a relaxing place to chill out in the sun. There's Fernandez Bay on Cat Island with several quiet places and Paradise Beach near Nassau, ideal for a stroll on the sands. You can be active too, as there are many attractions and all-inclusive resorts in the Bahamas.

3. Love a Dramatic Coastline? Visit Cornwall

 Britain has some of the most inspirational coastlines in the world. There are superb surfing beaches on the north coast at Newquay and legendary beaches linked to King Arthur too. In addition, Cornwall has quiet coves, accessible only on foot, and food gastronomy destination beaches. And you don't have to go far to find rock pools, sandy beaches, coastal walks, and more in Cornwall. For example, at Marazion beach, near Penzance, you can walk across a causeway or sail to St Michael's Mount, a 12th-century castle on an island in the ocean.

4. Looking to Party? Head to Jamaica

 Jamaica was made for vacations and had many famous beaches, all-inclusive resorts, and a fantastic vibe. Combine your time with relaxation on the beaches at Montego Bay or Negril with cultural heritage at the Bob Marley Museum. Or, learn to cook some fabulous Jamaican recipes and taste the cuisine at a beach barbecue. Jamaica has watersports, too, from snorkeling to kitesurfing, so Jamaica promises a lot of fun wherever you go on your beach vacation.

5. Beach Wedding? Go to Grenada

 With an incredibly beautiful coastline, Grenada is famous for beaches and also spice growing. It is also a popular destination for beach weddings, so if romance is foremost in your thoughts, you can combine your marriage ceremony with a honeymoon in this tropical paradise. Think of lush vegetation and gardens, coral reefs to snorkel over, and relaxing beaches so you can chill out and enjoy the wonders of Grenada.

6. Family Beach Fun? Try Florida

 Florida is an excellent all-around family destination with great beaches from Clearwater to Kissimmee. There's also the unspoiled beauty of the Florida Keys and ten miles of sand at Naples Beach. Caladesi Island State Park is only accessible by boat. But there's so much more with theme parks near Orlando and sailing off Tampa Bay. Whether you want a day or two at Disney's Magic Kingdom or prefer the wildlife in the mangroves, or spend your entire day on the beaches, Florida is a hit with many families.

7. Love Watersports? Head to Portugal

 Portugal is famous for its coastline and beaches. You can spend all day at the beach or try a few watersports. For example, Peniche is famous for kitesurfing and windsurfing and even has an underwater system for creating waves so you can surf. Another famous surfing beach is Nazare. Of course, the Algarve coastline is one of the best for beaches but also scuba diving and paddleboarding. If you want an active vacation, Portugal will keep you busy.

8. Want Scenery? Go to South Carolina

 South Carolina has one of the best coastlines in the USA and some incredible beaches. Whether you seek solitude, a sandy shoreline, or a major resort, there are 2876 miles of coastline to explore. Many beaches are close to Charleston, so you can combine history and culture with a coastal vacation. Folly Island has the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Folly River on another, creating several good beaches. Edisto Beach is great for nature lovers and has lots of walking trails. Hilton Head has a great beach but several resorts and spas as well. With a destination as diverse as this, planning a beach vacation in South Carolina gives you many choices.

 There are some beautiful beaches worldwide, many with all-inclusive resorts. First, decide on the type of vacation you want, and then look at the destinations that suit your requirements. Whether you want a lively resort or a quiet backwater, there is something for you.

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