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Travel Channel has selected some excavations in North and South America where travelers can literally dig in.
The resort at Little Palm Island is one of the best in the country, with exquisite accommodations, great food and one of the best beaches in the entire stretch of the Keys.
Provincetown is known for great beaches, a thriving arts scene and a strong gay community.
Carmel-by-the-Sea is located in a unique stretch of California's coastal highway. The town was once a bohemian haven for artists.
The feeling in the community of Naples is a little less stuffy and a little more relaxed than some other wealthy vacation spots.
Let's begin by making one thing perfectly clear. No beach in the world is like Venice Beach.
Beachgoers in the know seek solidarity by heading up the winding Pacific Coast Highway to the most spectacular shoreline along the coast: El Matador Beach.
Many people are familiar with the coastal islands off North Carolina, but fewer are aware of the coastal islands off South Carolina.
Strolling along stretches of white sand, listening to roaring waves and passing glorious mansions, it's easy to forget that East Hampton is only a couple hours outside of New York City.
South Padre has always been a spring break party animal's paradise.
Relaxing is easy on Siesta Key: soft white sand, brilliant sunshine and azure waters abound.
Stretching for 130 miles along the Atlantic coast, North Carolina's Outer Banks are a skinny strip of barrier islands with sandy dunes and frothy surf on one side and a gentle sound on the other.
Reachable only by ferry or kayak, with a limit of 300 visitors daily and only one small inn, Cumberland Island maintains its reputation as one of America's most pristine seaside regions.
Just over the bridge from San Diego is a small, tree-lined beach haven known as Coronado.
As the largest resort along South Carolina's 60-mile Grand Strand, Myrtle Beach is the East Coast's ultimate vacation hub.