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Plemont Beach Jersey Channel Islands - low tide before 40ft deep high tide comes in
Bondi Beach, Australia. If powdery white sand and dark blue waters are your scene, you’ll like this protected cove. The stretch is about a mile long, and you’ll have to go there early in the morning if you want to claim a spot.
Catalina Island, California. Eighty-six percent of the island is a nature conservatory, and in the 48-mile coastline of this beach, there’s only one town called Avalon. If you’ve been dying for some solitude, this is the right beach to be in.
Plemont Beach, Jersey Channel Islands This beach disappears under water at high tide but 6 hours later at low tide when 40 ft deep water has gone caves and small lagoons are left along with stunning cliffs and rock formations as well as perfect golden sand. Staged part of the MyMemory.com World Beach Art Championship Jersey Beach Art
Natadola, Fiji Islands. Just about any beach in the Fiji Islands is a safe bet. However, the travelers’ favorite is Natadola Beach in Viti Levu. The entire region is secluded and pristine. There are palm trees everywhere, white sand beaches, and beautiful lagoons. The Fijans are also very warm and friendly.
Agios Gordis Corfu, Greece. This beach offers a different brand of experience altogether. Corfu still feels like the Greece of the Iliad. Dark blue waters pool around the craggy mountains of the island. The beaches have a special quality about them.
Petit St. Vincent, The Grenadines. The Caribbean gets overcrowded with tourists every year, but Petit St. Vincent still offers a secluded spot for those who are willing to live without phones or televisions. This is a two-mile beach which can hold a maximum of 44 guests.
Kauai, Hawaii. If you see a patch of green from the plane amidst the sea’s blue waters, it’s not a golf course, it’s Kauai, which is also tagged as a “Garden Isle” because of its lushness. Kauai is the most untouched Hawaiian island to date, and caters to both adventurous surfers and those who are traveling with small children.
Maldives. If you’re looking for a tropical paradise, this group of islands is it. Imagine lagoons with crystal clear waters and beaches that have fine white powdery sand. You also get to live in quaint cottages built above water.
Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Also a white sand beach, this strip is along the Caribbean coast. It’s very close to the Mayan ruins so for beach bums who are doubling as history buffs, this is a good place to be in. The water is warm and clear.
South Beach, Miami. While definitely not a remote beach, Miami’s South Beach has some of the finest, most beautiful people you’ll ever see in your life. The nightlife is wild, too. This is the perfect destination for someone who loves to party. It also has crystal clear waters, rivaling the Caribbean.