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Sea, sun and sand: the most famous beaches in the world


Agree, sometimes you really want to go to the sea. Relax and unwind under the sound of waves and gentle rays. In this post we will tell you about the most popular beaches in different countries of the world. Everyone will be able to choose the perfect option for themselves and add it to their beach holiday vishlist.

Kaputash Beach in Turkey

Kaputash Beach in Antalya, Turkey

Powerful cliffs reliably hide Kaputash beach from the city noise and annoying eyes of tourists. The nearest town is only five kilometers from the beach. Very few people want to travel far away, so Kaputash beach is almost always sparsely populated, this is what will not prevent you from enjoying the fantastic transparent color of the water and pleasant small pebbles that look like golden sand.

Unfortunately, there are no sun beds on the beach, you can only rent an umbrella, so many vacationers prefer to relax on their towels. Also on the territory of Kaputash beach there is a small cafe, free shower, toilet and changing rooms. The infrastructure does not spoil the magnificent scenic view.

There are rumors that from the shore of Kaputash beach you can see a distant Greek island. The beach season starts in mid-May and ends at the end of September. And the "velvet" season lasts from October to mid-November.

Whitehaven Beach, Whitsunday Island in Australia

Whitehaven Beach, Whitsunday Island in Australia

Whitehaven Beach in Australia is nothing less than an analogue of paradise. The Whitsunday Archipelago includes 74 picturesque islands. With dazzling white quartz sand, there is only one island here, namely Whitehaven. The coral island is washed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean.

The island, like most others, has picturesque national parks. There are no hotels on the island, tourists come on excursions and, of course, to the incredible beach. You can also go diving or have a picnic on the beach here. By evening, the beach is empty, but if you do not want to part with it, you can spend the night in a tent right under the shining stars.

The water in the sea is warmer from December to April, but from June to November there is very little precipitation. It is better to come to a beach holiday in fantastic Australia at low tide, it is at this time that the sand looks incredible, like a glaze over which a turquoise wand was passed.

Pink Sands Beach, Harbor Island, Bahamas

Pink Beach on Harbor Island, Bahamas

Incredible photos of a pink beach, which, unfortunately, make it impossible to see the real color of the sand. In some pictures, the sand turns bright pink, while in others it is almost ordinary. What is he really like? Why is the sand pink? The answer is very simple: ordinary white sand is mixed with the smallest particles of bright particles of red corals and maroon shells. The sand acquires a delicate marshmallow pinkish hue. Near the shore, where the waves roll in, the color is much brighter, and in the photos the landscape of the beach looks very, very fantastic.

Sun beds and umbrellas on Pink Sands Beach are paid, but you can comfortably sit on the soft pink sand using a simple towel. The famous Bahamian purple and pink sunsets over the ocean on the shore of Pink Sands Beach are something that is definitely worth seeing at least once in your life. The ocean is warm and calm all year round, but the best time to relax is from December to May.

Boulders Beach in South Africa

Boulders Beach in South Africa

Snow-white soft sand, the radiance of clear turquoise water, the African warm sun, and huge gray boulders that add incredible picturesqueness to Boulders Beach in South Africa. And the main feature of Boulders Beach is...Lots of penguins!

Unusual residents of the beach almost never leave their place of residence, penguins are constantly on Boulders Beach. A unique beach where rare birds sit on boulders, build nests, clean their long silky feathers, relax, bask in the sun and swim. Despite the fact that most penguins are wild, some of them are quite willing to pose for photos, unfortunately it will not be possible to touch and get close to them.

There are special wooden decking on Boulders Beach in South Africa to observe unusual penguins. And in some places you may even be able to swim with penguins.

Lots of penguins on Boulders Beach, South Africa

Entrance to Boulders Beach is paid. You can enter the penguin beach at 08:00, and leave at 17:00, at some time of the year you can stay longer. The air temperature on the beach is about +20°C, sometimes even less than +15°C, it often rains.


April 7, 2024 01:30 am



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