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Beautiful Seaside Places to Go After The Lockdown

Beautiful Seaside Places to Go After The Lockdown
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One thing is for sure; they will eventually lift this closure.  And when they do, we’ll catch buckets, spades and deck chairs and head straight to the seaside.

 While we wait for the epidemic to pass and the closure to end, we can only dream of the holiday destinations that we will be ready to visit when it is safe to disembark.

 Spectacular views of the cliff, with fabulous beach houses scattered on the coast and narrow winding highways near the rocks beneath them – coastal cities bring a whole new meaning to the beachfront lifestyle.

Please remember to stay at home and stay safe for the time being and enjoy seeing these photos until we are allowed to visit the beaches again in the future.

 Seagrass Bay, Laucala Island, Fiji

 Seagrass Bay, Laucala Island, Fiji

This private island of 7.5 square kilometres is a 50-minute charter flight from a club and worlds far from everyday life.  Ocala covers the tropical jungle (accessed through guided hiking tours or horse riding), and is home to some of the rarest birds and animals in the archipelago, pristine beaches, and enchanting marine life.  Seagrass Bay is the resort’s quietest beach and is an ideal place to play on Crusoe Island – despite a great open-air dining room nearby.

Miami Beach, Florida

Miami Beach, Florida

A the perfect beach for a luxurious weekend getaway from relaxation, fine dining and artistic appreciation.  The magnificent white sand of this stunning beach is complemented by luxurious resorts, upscale resorts, busy nightlife, and exotic Art Deco buildings unique in the area.  Relax on the warm sands, enjoy delicious cocktails at any of the beachfront restaurants and bars, and stroll around the vast arts and shopping areas.  Miami Beach is a stunning resort location, perfect for any vacationer wanting a touch of luxury with a beach experience!

Malolo Island, Fiji

Malolo Island, Fiji

For travelers who want to enjoy the water, there is no better place than Likuliku, which is an eco-minded Fijian sanctuary with ten ideal huts hovering over a turquoise lake.  This direct access means that there is always an uninterrupted view of the Sea from the veranda or bathtub, and there is almost no reason to skip the sunset splash.  And with innermost hostel protection to keep these ecosystems underwater healthy, clean seas are guaranteed for the foreseeable future

 Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort, British Columbia, Canada

 Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort, British Columbia, Canada

 On the other side of Vancouver Island, the elegant, wooden Nimmo Bay Chalets gather on a spacious pier that floats amid the surrounding fjords.  A stunning 5,000-foot waterfall flows just steps from the inn, putting nature and wildlife – literally – on its doorstep.  But with a fleet of hollow boards, kayaks, and boats, guests of all ages and abilities can cross the doorstep.  Whether you follow humpback whales, beach combs, or canoeing among the surrounding islands, there are countless ways to experience this slice of the wild coast.

Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, Western Cape, South Africa

Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, Western Cape, South Africa

Near the southern tip of Africa, just to the west where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans collide, the Grootbos Private Nature Reserve is an ideal gateway to the waters rich in marine life.  This marine patch includes the “Big Five Lakes”: southern right whales, large white sharks, penguins, seals and dolphins.  Take a boat trip, hunt for whales and other wildlife.  Or try exploring marine life while exploring the coastline – a virgin coastline with both sandy beaches and rugged caves.

 Nha Trang Beach

 Many have called this the most beautiful bay in the world, and we were not surprised.  The sparkling turquoise waters versus the golden sands are just a part of what makes this spot so special.  This 7 km long coastal beauty is full of lush green landscapes, great shopping, local restaurants, and nearby islands that can be reached by boat.  Dive inside the series covered swimming area, safe from jet skis and jet skis.  Take a rich culture and good vitality and feel the greatness of Nha Trang

 Unawatuna Beach, Sri Lanka

 Unawatuna Beach, Sri Lanka

 Regarded as one of the most popular tourist spots in Sri Lanka.  Beach full of palm trees and turquoise water beautiful background for swimming, beach games, and people watching.  Walk to the western end of the beach and top the stairs to a small hill.  Here you will find a temple, a large Buddha statue, and a wonderful view of the entire ocean.  Just a few steps from the beach, Unawatuna Center is a great place for restaurants, souvenirs, jewelry, and essentials.  Come for the day or stay at night.  There are places to fit anyone’s budget

 Cottesloe Beach Western Australia

 Home to stunning sculptures, white sand and sparkling ocean waters.  Attending Sculpture by the Sea, an annual exhibition in March that turns Cottesloe Beach into an external art gallery.  Adventure in South Cottesloe for crashing waves, ideal for surfing, or head north of Cottesloe to enjoy excellent diving conditions!  Pack a picnic for lunch to enjoy on the beach, then have a delicious dinner at one of the many restaurants on the water, which is best placed to enjoy the sunset over the champagne.  Cottesloe Beach has everything you need for a beach vacation and more.

Jumeirah Beach Dubai

Jumeirah Beach Dubai

Jumeirah Beach is a white sandy beach that runs along the coast south of Dubai.  The water temperature is so beautiful that you can swim forever. It’s hot in summer but worth every moment.  The shops, hotels, and restaurants around the beach are attractive and magnificent, no matter what you are looking for.  Unlike most of the city’s heavily crowded beaches, the vast Jumeirah Beach leaves plenty of room for everyone.

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