Sun, fun and complete Relaxation at the Best Beaches
The best beaches with clear waters, salty or sweet? Those who love the beach always want to be close to it. Many an avid beach lover can give advice as to where the best beaches can be found, with wonderfully picturesque, natural or undiscovered bays and endless stretches of golden sand. Even without GPS! Or maybe where these best beaches can offer the most glitzy, coolest beach parties where the action never stops and party nights descend seamlessly into days relaxing on the best, most beautiful beaches. There are insider tips on the best beaches throughout the world – so much so they stop being insider tips but, even so, are great advice for visiting the best our planet has to offer.
Some of the best beaches can be found at the popular beach resorts on the Costa Blanca, the Spanish Mediterranean coast between Dénia and Alicante. the 150-km coastline has many wonderful beaches flying the blue flag. Many of These fantastic beaches fly the flag to show they have top water quality and, on the Costa Blanca, the beaches of Dénia, Javea, Calpe, Benissa, Altea, Benidorm and others all compete with each other with their excellent sand quality, dunes, size and unspoilt natural feel. There is certainly something for everyone!
Every year, France’s Cote d’Azur draws in sun worshippers and water addicts, enticing them to place their colourful beach towels upon these wonderful sandy beaches. One of the best beaches is in Cannes on the renowned Plage de la Croisette. Even with many of the Hotels occupying space with club chairs and beach bars, there is still enough space for beach activities. Nice, which is only 30 km from the Italian border, scores points for its public VIP lounge and family beaches as well having some of the best beach restaurants – some of which are open all year round. In addition to the kilometres of the Golfe-Juan between Antibes and Cannes, the port town of Juan-les-Pins, famous for its international jazz festivals, has other exciting activities for guests: a lively beach promenade and a sophisticated party scene.
Sicily delights sun worshippers and beach addicts with beautiful beaches for every taste. The best beaches vary from stone, pebble and fine sandy beaches to volcanic and rocky coasts. The Oliveri Lagoon, also called Tindari, is a relaxed place in the province of Messina with wonderful beaches around the lagoon. The sandy coves called Lo Zingaro to the east of San Vito lo Capo in a nature reserve of the same name are a natural treasure. These can only be reached on foot. But they’re worth it. It is not only swimmers, but divers and snorkellers too, who will discover an impressive underwater world here.