Posted on Apr 26, 2011 | Comments 0
The list of top beaches is basically endless as there are hundreds of excellent locations in the world to enjoy the sun, surf and sand. However, these are some of the hottest, but least known beaches on the planet at the moment.
1. Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman
This beach lies on the west shore of the picturesque island, but the name is deceiving as it’s actually only 5.5 miles long. It features crystal-clear waters and colorful coral sands which attract beach lovers from across the globe. It’s a lively spot with plenty of beach bars and restaurants.
2. Santa Teresa, Costa Rica
The surf’s constantly up in the town of Santa Teresa. The soft sand and bright sun make this an ideal spot for surfing while the clear waters are perfect for snorkeling, kite-surfing and fishing.
3. Cape May, New Jersey, USA
Technically, Cape May lies on the Jersey shore. However, it’s one of the quietest beaches around. Instead of the pounding beat of nightclub music you’ll find numerous Victorian mansions along with a historic lighthouse.
4. Tulum, Mexico
Tulum is ideal for those seeking romance and relaxation with a bit of history thrown in. There are numerous traditional Mayan spa and massage treatments available. You can also enjoy the beautiful Yucatan beaches which are close to historical, ancient ruins.
5. Palm/Eagle Beach, Aruba
This amazing island has been inhabited since 1000, making it quite rich in culture and history. Eagle Beach is one of the most idyllic in the Caribbean.
It features turquoise waters and white sands and is ideal for lovers of water sports. Palm Beach, which is on the west side of the island, is a great spot for swimming.
6. Boracay, the Philippines
This wonderful town of Boracay is just less than five miles long and is ideal to explore by scooter or bicycle. There are a few fantastic beaches to check out.
Yapak Beach is the home to an array of beautiful white shells. If you want to see some spectacular sunsets then head to White Beach and honeymooners should head to the secluded Balinghai Beach.
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