Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Kapalua Beach – Maui, Hawaii

With 120 miles of coastline, Maui boasts over 30 miles of beautiful beaches. On these world famous shores you'll find white, black and red sand beaches.

Kapalua was the first of Maui's beaches to be named ''America's Best Beach'' in 1991. The beach is one of Maui's most beautiful beaches, situated in a bay lined with palm trees and fringed by lava rocks extending into the ocean. The protected beach offers great swimming with waters that are often very placid and is a favorite for families with children.

Bondi Beach – Sydney, Australia

Home to the one of the world's oldest surf life saving clubs, if not the oldest, this beautiful beach is the closest to the Sydney city center (8km). With the bright sunny days, even winter days can be enjoyable here. 1km long, this south facing beach can attract more than 40.000 visitors on a typical summer weekend. Offering sunbathing, swimming and great surfing foe boards and bodies, the beach is popular with Australians as well as international         tourists.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Kata Beach – Phuket Thailand

One of the most popular beaches in Phuket, Kata charms many visitors with its white sands, clear water and swaying palms. In Kata there is a vibrant nightlife, good shopping and many choices and activities.

Paradise Beach - Mykonos, Greece

Myconos Greece in the Cyclades is the one of the most famous islands in Greece and attracts every year thousands of  visitors. It has the reputation of being the place with the most sophisticated nightlife in Greece and also the Mediterranean.
Located some 6 km south east of Mykonos town, Paradise Beach is the most alternative and anti-conformist beach  on the island. The numerous visitors of the sandy beach can enjoy sun and sea, along with high level services and various facilities.

Monday, March 12, 2012

North Playa del Carmen – Mexico

Playa del Carmen  is a balneari  resort city just south of Cancun on the coast of the Caribbean Sea, in the northeast of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. The city is the seat of the Solidaridad municipality. In the 2010 census, the city had a population of 149,923 people and it is rapidly growing in population. It is the third largest city in Quintana Roo, after Cancun and Chetumal.
North Playa del  has fine, almost white sand. The beach is calm and so you can do watersports, diving, and much more. There is also a little reef for some snorkeling.