Kapalua Beach is a gem of golden sand bounded by swaying palm trees and the rolling lawns of Maui's most exclusive resorts.
Let's begin by making one thing perfectly clear. No beach in the world is like Venice Beach.
The feeling in the community of Naples is a little less stuffy and a little more relaxed than some other wealthy vacation spots.
Carmel-by-the-Sea is located in a unique stretch of California's coastal highway. The town was once a bohemian haven for artists.
Provincetown is known for great beaches, a thriving arts scene and a strong gay community.
Splurge on an intimate romantic getaway at one of the world's finest private island resorts.
Paradise is located just off the coast of mainland Florida -- and it's called Key West.
If you're looking for a European beach getaway that's less well-known than Côte d'Azur and Costa del Sol, this rugged coastal region fringing the Atlantic is full of surprises.
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.
Unspoiled beaches, a charming village center, exclusive shops and exquisite dining have made Southampton the Hampton du jour.
The American Riviera, Hollywood of the East, SoBe, or the Art Deco District -- whatever you call it, Miami's South Beach is hot year-round.
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.
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.
Families flock to Palm Beach's sugar-white beaches in droves; Aruba's kid-friendly atmosphere prevails at Palm Beach's resorts and restaurants.
Oahu's North Shore is infamous among the surfing set, so it's no wonder the surfing pros come here to show off their skills.