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Sit back, relax and imagine warm, tropical breezes tickling your skin as we take you on a tour of Hawaii's hottest beaches.
It may have more than 47 miles of pristine beaches, but the crown jewel of Palm Beach County, Florida, is, without a doubt, exclusive Palm Beach.
Trendsetting Ipanema has a long tradition of dictating beach chic to the rest of the world.
Located on the Kohala Coast of the Aloha State's Big Island, Kauna'oa Bay is quintessential Hawaii.
Few people can claim they've witnessed the unspoiled and breathtaking beaches of Fernando de Noronha.
These Caribbean hot spots rank among the most luxurious and lavish in the world.
From throbbing nightclubs to quiet parks, from gentlemen long-boarders to the lions at the zoo, Waikiki has something for everyone.
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.
When it comes to finding an idyllic stretch of sand all your own, the Caribbean has more than its share of breathtaking beaches.
The Baths is unlike any other beach in the Caribbean. It features white sandy beaches framed by gigantic granite boulders.
Nestled along the French Riviera and a short drive from Nice or Cannes, St. Tropez is one of the liveliest towns along the coast during the summer.
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.
Named for a cannon that washed ashore from the shipwrecked USS Shark in 1846, Cannon Beach offers visitors an abundance of activities to enjoy.
Ocracoke's remote beaches have lured visitors for centuries; in the 1500s it first appeared on maps, after Sir Walter Raleigh and his crew set foot upon the island's sands.