Feeling the warmth of the sand beneath your feet as you walk hand in hand with your beloved. A moonlight night, when the errand waves crash and wash your feet and its roar fills the silence around you; who would not dream of escaping into a beautiful beach leaving behind the hustle and bustle of the city life? But this time around let us explore beaches which are less known to the people, for real beauty lies in the unexplored paradise.
1. Sombrero Beach, Florida
Sombrero Beach is known for coconut palms and local plants growing on low hills. It is the most conventional Caribbean beach in the United States, which offers multiple options for visitors. Whether you want to take a walk on the beach, invest energy and enjoy the white sand, this beach is an absolute delight. Ride a bicycle before soaking your feet on the running, discover grill stations, a wharf and open showers, surprises are numerous for water babies.
The beach has a shaded picnic area and wheelchair access, making it a perfect day-out trip for your family. What else could you expect if you have a beautiful day to spend with your family while watching out over the sea and a field loaded up with coconut palms surrounding you?
2. Capo Sant’ Andrea, Elba
A perfect weekend escape for the ones who love scuba diving and snorkelling. Resemble an island in the island of Elba, Capo Sant’ Andrea is a place in Tuscany, Italy that you would be fascinated to explore. As you look beyond and explore more you would see the ocean meets the mountains, a little stretch of white sand beach confining the clear waters. More you look out for beauty you will notice the light blue; green and darker shade of blue are the hues of the clear water along the edges of this wonderful beach. A few rocks underneath an uncovered pathway are perhaps the most unusual ones on the earth and does not resemble like the usual ocean bedrocks. A perfect place for sunbathing in lunar climate are the dunes, which has surprising shapes framed by orthoclase crystals set in stone magma, which hardened seven million years back.
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3. Cumberland Island, Georgia
The Cumberland Island was established as a national seashore way back in 1972. Wait until you see great surprises unfold! A great abundance of natural life and various biological systems including, maritime forests, salt marshes, freshwater wetlands, tidal creeks and undeveloped beaches surround more than 9800 acres of land, which is considered as a wild region. Cumberland Island is a secluded beach having an untouched pristine shoreline. The shoreline is stretched up to 18 miles consisting of swamps, ridge, and forest, where wild horses wander freely. The pristine beach occupies the whole Atlantic shore of Cumberland Island, where you can swim without holding back and limiting your capabilities.
As Cumberland Island is a national seashore, you might just have to reserve your visit way ahead of time. Not enough visitors are allowed, which makes it possible to retain the immaculate look of the beach. When the island is occupied following all rules and regulations, 17-mile-long of undeveloped white sandy beaches remain empty. You would be lucky enough to spot wild horses, dolphins, and sea birds. And who on this earth would miss that sight!
4. Windansea Beach, San Diego
A day of a drive from the busy city is all you need to unwind and keep your stress behind. Situated in San Diego, California, Windansea beach is known for its captivating landscape and surf breaks made by submerged reefs. The beach is perfect for the surfers, who needs a little break from their busy schedule. Far from the city chaos, but a town within its reach has a lot to offer when you are looking for a day-trip destination. A surprise awaits for the surfers as this provides excellent surf breaks because of its underwater reefs.
5. Pyla Sur Mer, France
Pyla Sur Mer is only an hour away from the great city of Bordeaux. It is located on the west coast in the south of France and is extremely well-known for its beautiful white sand that stretches for roughly a mile and a half. It has the largest sand dunes in Europe. It has a relaxing environment coupled with cultural varieties and different leisure activities during the summer, which attracts visitors from all over the place. This is an experience of a lifetime, which I am sure nobody would want to miss.
This brings me to the end of this beautiful journey to the world’s most rare beaches.