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My 6 Favorite Beaches In The World

Traveling to different places in the world is a great thing as you get to see new and beautiful places. Travelling to the beaches are another great travelling option and it is all the more exciting as there are so many options. There are numerous beaches around the world and all of these are so attractive that you will be spoilt for choice as to where you are going to actually travel in the near future.

The breathtakingly beautiful sea beaches that you actually cannot afford to give a miss are the:

Maldives – Whether you are dreaming of a beach trip that consists of spending pampered nights in a really good four-star resort or swimming with the tropical fishes, the Maldives is the place where both of your wishes or either can come true. Situated on the southwest of Sri Lanka, and consists of 1,102 islands. The soft air coming from the archipelago beautifully blends into the palm-fringed haze around the islands.

Seychelles – Seychelles is one of the most popular and most photographed beaches in the world. The most attractive thing offered by this beach is the turquoise water which is relatively shallow but is protected from ocean waves with the reef. Moreover, the reefs are colored in such a way that if you look down while landing on the island, that it would look more like a rainbow in the water. The pale pink sand lies across the island of La Digue, which is one of the 115 components of this archipelago. These sands seem to sparkle against the towering backdrop of granite boulders.

Fraser Island – Situated high on the sunny Queensland coast along 161 miles northeast of Brisbane, it is considered to be the world’s largest sand island and consists of a beautiful beach. This is more of a World Heritage Site and has almost 640 square miles of un-spoilt natural paradise. There are rain forests which are full of trees which are 1,000-year-old.

Las Islas Cíes – It is in Galicia, Spain and was once a pirates’ haunt. However, it is now simply an uninhabited place and has a pristine national park, and it is opened for the public only in the summers. It a perfect place for leisure time, for relieving yourself of the stress, with full of soft sand and small dunes.

Porto da Barra – This is situated in Brazil, Salvador and the location is stunning only because it sits at the entrance of the magnificent Bahia de Todos os Santos. It is more of a clean beach in comparison to others and as the beach is in a bay the water is fully calm.

Arambol – Arambol situated in Goa, in the state’s northernmost beach in India may have the ageing hippies and the seasonal expats, but you won’t be able to give up on the spectacular and sweeping layer of sand. It is so very beautiful that it can win over even the cynical travelers. It is more of a vast expansion and so it’s easy to find a corner for yourself.

There are many other such beautiful beaches where you would really love to visit. But for that, you will have to do some real research so that you can decide on which would be your next spot for vacation.

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About the Author: Michael Flynn

My name is Michael Flynn and I am a lifelong world traveler. I have visited over 100 countries and have stepped foot on each continent. I love to visit new places, meet new people, and try cultural foods.