Top 5 Relaxing Beaches You Must Visit in 2016

 

Have you already spent some time at the beach this summer? We’ve narrowed top 5 Stunning Beaches around the world for you. We hope you’re enjoying the best summer vacation ever!

 

Flamenco Beach, Puerto Rico (5/5 – 2,363 Reviews)

Flamenco Beach is the perfect tropical beach on the north side of Culebra Island, off the east coast of Puerto Rico with turquoise waters, soft white sand, excellent swimming, sport-fishing, and diving sites.

Camping is allowed at Flamenco Beach but you need to bring your own equipment and assign an area to pitch the tent (30$ for up to six people). A day trip by ferry from Fajardo on the Puerto Rico mainland is $4.50 return.


“Playa de Amor” – Beach of Love, Mexico (4.5 – ‎1,554 reviews)

It is located in the Marieta Islands, about 20 nautical miles from Puerto Vallarta. This has remained untouched by human hands for many years. It’s stunning because of the natural cavernous shell, crystal-clear turquoise waters peacefully lap. These islands are known as the “Galapagos of Mexico” and were formed thousands of years ago by a volcanic eruption.

Because of the tropical climate, visitors can enjoy 12 months of sunny days, the most beautiful time to visit is in the winter, after the rainy season, when the waters are at their clearest and, of course, the most beautiful.


 

Cala Saona, Formentera, Spain (4/5 – ‎571 reviews)

Despite its limited size (about 140m long), Cala Saona is one of the most stunning beaches worth visiting visit this summer. It has dramatic red cliffs on both sides, perfectly crystal clear water, and white sand.

It is surrounded by restaurants and bars where you can relax and cool down with a drink in the sunshine. From there, you can also reach the coast of Punta Pedrera on foot in about 10 mins.

Just by taking a bus from the port or Sant Francesc, you can get to Cala Saona or you can drive yourself.  Go from Sant Francesc to Cap de Barbaria, then turn right just before the bar Es Cap. Just go straight forward to Cala Saona!


Koh Kradan, Thailand (4.5/5 – 202 Reviews)

Koh Kradan is a tropical paradise in the Andaman Sea in southern Thailand of the mainland of Trang with a thin long shape, surrounded by an untouched reef fulfilled of marine life and covered by a beautiful jungle of rubber trees. The crystal clear water permits a great view of the coral reef underneath that stretches from the beach and around the whole island, along with a variety of colorful fish inhabit the shallow water.

It is just an island with no shops, no roads, no vehicles making any noise, there’s no village, banks or ATM machines. There are only 5 resorts that cover the whole island. It really is a peaceful, quiet and unique place for a perfect holiday in the summer.


Nha Trang, Vietnam (4/5 – 2,349 Reviews)

Nha Trang is located on the south-central coast of Vietnam, just over 400 kilometers northeast of Ho Chi Minh City. The beach attracts many international visitors of all budgets. From Nha Trang beach, you can easily go to Bai Dai, the deserted northern Cam Ranh peninsula area for the next destination.

Just by renting a bicycle or a motorbike, you can go around Nha Trang to know more about the culture of street food which is very popular in Vietnam. Nha Trang is famous for its nem nuong Ninh Hoa, grilled pork meatballs that you make into wraps with fresh lettuce, herbs, rice paper and sweet-spicy peanut dipping sauce. Another local specialty is bun ca, a simple noodle soup with rice vermicelli, fish broth and fish paste meatballs.

 

Now just pick your favorite and explore the beautiful sites!

                                                          

Linh Lê

Linh Lê

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Linh Lê Diệu is a junior at Centria University of Applied Sciences in Finland majoring in business. She is going to spend her next year studying in La Rochelle Business School in France in double degree program. Her passion is creativity, inspiration and languages. She loves sharing her knowledge through reading books relating to psychology and motivation.
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