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6 Best Beaches for Couples

The beach is the perfect place to spend some quiet time with your loved one. The best beaches for couples are those that don’t get tons of tourists. Besides, they must have clean sand, and breathtaking sceneries to make you want to linger there for a long time with your loved one.  The following is the 6 best beach vacations for couples.

  • Whitehaven Beach

Whitehaven Beach is a 7km long white sandy beach that features white silica sands on Whitsunday Island in Australia. The silica sand does not retain hand so your feet will feel cool when strolling by the beach during a hot day. The Hill Inlet cove is located at the northern end of the beach. You can hire a helicopter, seaplane or aircraft to watch the aerial scenery of the beach. The crystal clear water allows you to see the fishes and other creatures that are moving easily. You can anchor your boathouse or set up a tent at the beach to spend the night.

  • Anse Lazio

Anse Lazio is a famous golden sandy beach with granite formations in Praslin, Seychelles. The green stretch in the background provides free shades. There is a big sandy area for children to play in. The setup net to prevent fishes and other sea creatures to disturb tourists who are swimming in the water. There are lifeguards but there are lots of huge waves that can knock you over. At the end of the beach, you will find shops and restaurants. Due to its popularity, it is often crowded with tourists who arrive by bus and cruise.

  • Pink Sands Beach

Pink Sands Beach is a beach with pink sand on Harbour Island, Bahamas. The pink color of the sand is derived from the calcium carbonate materials of the foraminifera that used to live among the coral reefs. Lots of seagrass and weeds are flushed up on the beach every day. There aren’t a lot of people so it is the perfect place for couples. The pink color of the beach is most noticeable when the sun is strong. There are a few snack shacks where you can buy food and drinks.

  • Oludeniz Plajl Beach

Oludeniz Plajl Beach is a 2km pebbly beach with a thick rainforest backdrop in Oludebniz, Turkey. Some parts of the beach nearby to hotels have become paid shores.  You can often see paragliders landing onto the beach. You should bring your items such as water shoes, lounger, SPF sun lotion, and water. Various vendors can be seen along with the chairs, umbrella. You can hire a boat to explore the valleys. If you hire a boat, you will be able to catch a glimpse of sea turtles.

  • Bahia Gardner

Bahia Gardner is a beautiful stretch of white sandy beach with frequent spotting of animals. You can frequently see albatross, blue-footed boobies, and sea lion on the beach. The best stretch of beach is by Watson Bay. Only a few people found this because it is situated in the off-beaten path. There is a lush rainforest with a network of walking trails. While hiking, you can explore the hills and mangrove swamp.

  • Shipwreck Beach

Shipwreck Beach, also known as Smugglers Cove is a beautiful crescent-shaped beach in Zakyntho, Greece. It is called shipwreck beach due to a boat named Panagiotis who was smuggling cigarettes and got stranded in the shallow water there. You can view the shipwreck at Navagio Beach by cruising on a boat or by traveling along the cliff road. The beach has a strong shore break which makes it dangerous to swim in it.

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