A Greek island among the 7 hidden tropical treasures in the world
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A Greek island among the 7 hidden tropical treasures in the world

Tired of holidaying at the same old beaches that are toured to death? When it comes to beach holidays, many first time travelers have a tendency to walk the road often taken on the promise of a good time, while travel veterans might like to leave their footprints in the pristine sands of the unexplored. Either way, ibnlive.com presents a list with 7 less explored beaches that have enough to offer in terms of natural scenic attractions for first timers and veterans alike to make your holiday worthwhile. A Greek island is found in the 7th place.

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1. Hvar Beach, Croatia

The islands of Hvar are a mix of well-known and secluded beaches, designed perfectly to suit your need of the hour. While many of its beaches have been explored extensively for their natural scenic beauty and tourist attractions, some still remain on the blind side of many and are perfect for a relaxing beach holiday.

2. Riviera Nayarit – Mexico

Fancy yourself in a lost paradise on a dreamy sea shore? Check out the surprisingly unmapped Riviera Nayarit for its spectacular beaches, immaculate waters and laidback tourist attractions such as golfing and nature sightseeing tours.

3. Coogee Beach, Australia

Coogee Beach is often described as Bondi Beach without its glamour and galore, but hardly shies away on the glossy part. This Australian beach is quite noted among veterans for its voluminous sand and historic ocean baths that make for a perfectly quaint holiday for any traveler. Keep off of it if you’re looking for a good beach surfing!

4. Salema, Portugal

If you’re planning to spend your holidays doing absolutely nothing, Salema Beach is the place to be. Notorious for its grave lack of tourist activities as well as population, this isolated beach is a beautiful haven for romance seekers and laidback travelers for its pleasant coastal coves, scenic cliffs and hear-warming Portuguese culture.

5. Half Moon Caye, Belize

Half Moon Caye may not be the least explored beach destination out there, but still passes off as a more than decent holiday spot for tranquility admirers. A swim in its breath taking turquoise waters and a stroll on its exceptional golden beaches are sure to make for an unforgettable experience. Also, accompany yourselves with its variety of exotic faunal inhabitants and explore the Belizean wildlife.

6. Phu Quoc, Vietnam

This tropical bliss in Vietnam’s Gulf of Thailand is increasingly becoming a beach getaway among tourists from all parts of the globe for its beautiful white sand beaches complimenting its exquisite blue waters. Enjoy a relaxing sunbath or swim in its clear waters to best enjoy the charms of Phu Quoc beaches.

7. Ios Island Greece

Party away Ibiza style, but without the distaste of unreasonably inflated prices and crammed spaces, or spend your day idly, far away from another living soul, on a remote beach, with the fine range of closely knit beaches of Ios Islands in Greece. Ios islands offers a host of winsome beaches to let that Greek magic sweep you off your feet!