The heavenly Hawaiian island of Maui is actually named for a demigod.
To experience the town and beaches of Seignosse in Southwestern France is like encountering the incongruous blending of a Brother's Grimm fairy tale with Beach Blanket Bingo.
These water activities take beach days to the next level.
Unknown to many outside the United Kingdom, the isle is home to Newquay, a seaside haven and mecca for surfers from around the globe, where visitors encounter some of the world's finest beaches.
Grab your bathing suits! It's swimming time.
Some of the world's most gleaming sands, sparkling waters and glamorous coastal getaways line the edges of Europe.
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.
Going down the Shore is a popular summer tradition with pleasant towns, festive boardwalks, cozy beach houses and miles of family-friendly beaches.
Located on the Kohala Coast, Kauna'oa Bay is quintessential Hawaii.
A reputed refuge for pirates of old, Langkawi has become a modern hideaway for the traveler seeking an escape.
Beaches you don't want to miss in Belize.
Kuta, the most accessible, lively and commercialized of Bali's southern beaches, is noted more for surf than for swimming and more for parties than for sunbathing.
After gaining popularity as a resort town favored by French royalty, Biarritz grew more cosmopolitan, attracting jet setters and gaining a reputation as "the queen of beaches and beach of kings."
Grab your sunglasses and check out Destin's best beach hotels.
Each of the 15 towns on Massachusetts’ Cape Cod is unique.
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