Families flock to Palm Beach's sugar-white beaches in droves; Aruba's kid-friendly atmosphere prevails at Palm Beach's resorts and restaurants.
Copacabana, often referred to as the world's most famous beach, runs for 3 miles along the densely populated residential area of Rio de Janeiro.
Bermuda's famous pink-sand beaches are considered some of the loveliest seaside retreats in the world, and the shores of Horseshoe Bay are no exception.
Few people can claim they've witnessed the unspoiled and breathtaking beaches of Fernando de Noronha.
Located on the Kohala Coast of the Aloha State's Big Island, Kauna'oa Bay is quintessential Hawaii.
Trendsetting Ipanema has a long tradition of dictating beach chic to the rest of the world.
Tenerife is the largest island in the Canary Island archipelago, which is part of Spain.
Honaunau Bay is one of a series of tranquil, turquoise bays tucked into the Big Island's South Kona coast, a region that is quickly becoming a must-visit Hawaiian destination.
What could be a scene from a land before time is actually Shi Shi Beach, part of the Olympic National Park and considered the Northwest's purest stretch of coastline.
Ocean City was founded as a beach resort in 1879 and quickly earned the nickname of "America's Greatest Family Resort."
Shhh ... we're letting the cat out of the bag on a few of our favorite global destinations for untracked sand and surf.
Grab some SPF and a pair of shades, we're taking you to Turks and Caicos' best beaches.
Our 5 secret beaches give you a taste of a lesser-known, less-crowded Florida.
Harbour Island's quiet charms seem countless, but none are more alluring than the tiny island's wondrous stretch of pink-sand beach.
Pink Sands Beach is the place to go for natural beauty, elegant resorts and most importantly, 3 miles of perfectly pink sand and gentle waters.