In the following, you will see pictures of the 15 of the world’s best special beaches that maybe every member does not dare to go there.
World’s Best Special Beaches
1. Black’s Beach, La Jolla, California
Black’s Beach is a secluded section of beach beneath the bluffs of Torrey Pines on the Pacific Ocean in La Jolla, San Diego, California, United States. It is officially part of Torrey Pines State Beach.
2. Lady Bay Beach, Sydney, Australia
3.Buhne 16, Sylt, Germany
Technically all of the beaches on Sylt are clothing optional, but Buhne 16 was the first and is still the foremost location for sunbathing along the German shore. It’s a place where beachgoers can chill in the famous blue and white striped wicker beach chairs or let it all hang out at summer beach parties.
4.Wreck Beach, Vancouver, Canada
Wreck Beach is a clothing-optional beach located in Pacific Spirit Regional Park, which is in turn part of the University Endowment Lands just west of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
5.Red Beach, Crete, Greece
This secluded shore on the south side of Crete is a hotspot for sunbathing in Greece.
6.Anse de Grande Saline, St. Barts
L’Esprit, an excellent French restaurant, is within walking distance of Grand Saline and well worth a visit. Just make sure to put your clothes back on before heading over.
7.Platja des Cavallet, Ibiza, Spain
Set between the deep blue Mediterranean and multi-colored salt pans near Ibiza’s southernmost point.
8. Little Beach, Maui, Hawaii
Part of Makena State Park on the island’s southeast coast, it overlooks a national marine sanctuary renowned for its sea turtles, dolphins, whales and tropical fish.
9. Cap d’Agde beach, France
Visitors are free to be wherever they want — restaurants and stores, post offices or banks, sailing their boat or lounging on the long public beach.
10. Mpenjati Beach, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
The Mpenjati Nature Reserve is situated on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast 20 kilometers south of Margate. The reserve lies on the Mpenjati River Lagoon. The residential town of Trafalgar is on the northern border of the reserve, and Palm Beach lies to the south.
11. Playa Zipolite, Oaxaca, Mexico
Zipolite is a low-key beach resort on Mexico’s Pacific coast in the state of Oaxaca. Stretching between rocky headlands, the long beach is known for its strong surf. Restaurants and bars, many with thatched roofs, line Colonia Roca Blanca. On nearby Mazunte Beach, the Mexican Turtle Center is dedicated to the preservation of sea turtles. East along the coast is Huatulco National Park, with its protected coral reefs.
12. Neve Midbar, North Dead Sea, Israel
Set at the northern end of the Dead Sea, Neve Midbar is a small, private resort with a section of the shoreline set aside for bare beachgoers.
13. Praia Massarandupió, Bahia, Brazil
A two-hour drive north of Salvador, the beach is about a one-kilometer walk from the parking lot along the shoreline flanked by coconut palms, rolling dunes, and very surfable waves.
14. Spiaggia di Guvano, Vernazza, Italy
Guvano is totally primitive, with no facilities of any kind, so bear this in mind when planning your visit.
15. Haulover Beach Park, Miami, Florida
Haulover Park is a 99-acre urban park located in metropolitan Miami, just north of Bal Harbour, Florida. The park is located on a shoal between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay, just north of the Broad Causeway and Collins Avenue.
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