Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Top 15 Most Beautiful Hidden beach in the World

Hidden beach landform along the shoreline, sea, lake or river that is difficult to access because the area around the damaged road. Hidden beaches are increasingly being sought after by tourists who want to spend time away from the crowds that often they encounter in everyday life. Here are some of the best hidden beaches from around the world

1 Navagio Beach, yunani

Navagio Beach or Shipwreck Beach, is a secluded sandy bay on the island of Zakynthos and be made the object of beach in the photo of the photographer in yunani. Navagio beach is often referred to as Shipwreck beach or just "The Shipwreck" because here there are shipwrecks called Panagiotis which was once believed to be a smuggler. The presence of a smuggler gives another name Navagio Beach - Smuggler Cove.

This area is defined by the rugged limestone cliffs, white sand beaches and clear blue waters, which attract thousands of tourists every year. Best viewed from the top of the cliff. Tour-island travel tour stop here regularly. What is interesting, too, is that the beach is only accessible by boat.

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2 Honopu Beach, Hawaii, United States

Nothing could be more remote and far from the coast Honopu in Kauai's Na Pali Coast. There is no road or even a hiking trail leading up to it. In fact, the only legal way to be able to get here is by swimming. Honopu actually consists of two beaches, backed by the majestic sea cliffs as high as 1,200 feet (365 m) and separated by a niche Honopu. In the corner is a large waterfall, cascading down the sea cliffs, through niche and eventually the sea. Honopu means "Conch House" in the Hawaiian language. Given this name because of the noise created by the recess when the north wind blows similar to the sound of conch houses were blown. Another nickname of Honopu is Cathedral Beach.

Trying to reach Honopu Beach is an adventure that is definitely not for everyone. Because to reach this beach, one must be a very strong swimmer. Also, because the existing flow even if the sea looks calm. During the summer when the sea is calm, some people walk away from the Kalalau Beach in rocks and sand along the cliffs and then open a new swim to Honopu Beach.

3 Zlatni Rat, Croatia

Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape) is a narrow white pebbled beach on a promontory near Bol, located 2 km (1.25mi) west of pelabuhab Bol, on the southern coast of the island Bra─Ź, Croatia. Shape shifting beach with changing tides, currents and wind. On a sunny afternoon, the west wind, known as Maestral, together with clear water and a little cold makes the beach a destination for windsurfing.

Although less attractive than its name ( 'Zlatni Rat' actually means golden horn), however, its location jutting into the sea from the island of Brac and is surrounded by pine groves lush, as well as all the fine white sand and blue water around the coast, making this beach is said to be like heaven. If you want to be the only people on the beach, then the small roads along the bay will take you to a number of secret coves Croatia a sun-drenched afternoon.

4 Whitehaven Beach, Australia

Whitehaven Beach is a "must see" in the Whitsundays. Aqua water is crystal clear and pure silica sand of Whitehaven stretches over seven kilometers (4.3mi) along Whitsunday Island, the largest island of the 74 islands in the Whitsundays. At the northern end of Whitehaven Beach is Hill Inlet, a stunning bay where the tide shifts the sand and water to create a beautiful color combination. As the tide shifts, white silica sand and turquoise shades of inlet mingled seamlessly creating a landscape of color swirling in Whitsunday.

For the best views, head to Tongue Point on Whitsunday Island. There are several ways to experience the beauty of the Hill Inlet. Many companies offer trips to Whitehaven Beach and Inlet Hill by ferry, boat or luxury yacht.

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5 Cala d'en Serra, Spain

Cala d'en Serra is a beach on the northern part of the Spanish island of Ibiza. Located in the municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja and 4.3 miles (6.9 km) north of the village of Sant Joan de Labritja, and 1.5 miles (2.4 km) east of the beach resort Portinatx. Cala d'en Serra is a small horseshoe-shaped bay with satellite coves nearby. The sandy beach has crystal clear water clean and never once mentioned in The Guardian newspaper, as one of the best beaches in Europe.

The bay is surrounded by steep cliffs cloaked in vegetation. Air is transparent and calm and safe for bathing. In the bay there is a little beach bar and a few fishermen stalls. To the south of the main beach there is another small satellite remote beach that can be reached by swimming. Behind the beach there is an abandoned building site, which was once planned to be a seaside resort.

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6 Hidden Beach on Marieta Islands, Mexico

Protected from the intrusion of the outside world, hidden beaches Marieta Islands, Puerto Vallarta is a world unto itself. Located just a few miles off the Mexican coast, near Bandera bay, Marieta Islands is an archipelago formed as a result of volcanic activity. The islands remained almost secluded since. Just recently, this aspect of recreation areas are found and followed by the development of a very exclusive marine ecosystems that make this a unique and amazing place.

The water along the coast of Puerto Vallarta hidden, pristine clear blue. Of all the marine wildlife that is available for viewing at this, humpback whales, sea turtles and dolphins, are some of the most magnificent examples. Hidden beaches, Marieta Islands, Puerto Vallarta is an interesting site. Beaches remain disconnected from the rest of the islands. And for those who arrive on these shores, will be greeted with a big surprise. This beach is considered to have an abundance of reef fish, with about 103 different species moving in the clear blue waters of the beach.

7 Wineglass Bay, Tasmania, Australia

Wineglass Bay is one of the most remote beaches among other countries.Fame for difficult to access, such as the road leading to the beach through the forest takes about an hour. Wineglass Bay is actually located near Hobart, Tasmania, an island off the southern tip of Australia, just below Melbourne, Victoria on the map.

Freycinet Peninsula, 2.5 hours from Hobart, is the home of Wineglass Bay, and offers natural beauty, as well as many opportunities to bushwalk or hike. One hour trek through the jungle will take you to lokasidi over the bay. Here, you will witness the beauty of the area directly, then continue down to the beach itself, admired its perfection, to swim in the crystal waters. At the southern end of the beach looming - 300 meters (990 feet) high granite slabs, which will be pink at sunset.

8 Anse Cocos, Seychelles

Anse Cocos is the most isolated beach at once stunning on the east side of the island of La Digue, Seychelles. This beach can be reached by walking through the Grand Anse and Petit Anse (beach) or, for the brave, with trekking on the island through Nid'Aigle. The beach is perfect for rest, relaxation and solitude.

famous for its clear blue color, white sand and natural shade that anse cocos beach. Because the more sheltered aspect, this beach safe for swimmers, but there are still some strong currents.

9 Butterfly Valley, Turkey

It is a beautiful valley and the natural resources located 5 km (3.1mi) from Oludeniz the Bay of Kabak after Kidrak beach. Butterfly valley formed in Babadag mountain foot hills, surrounded by steep cliffs 350 m (1.150ft) of rocky hills high.

The name comes from the valley of the 80 species of butterflies and basically from tiger butterflies that inhabit the valley. Clear water, untouched nature, butterflies, small waterfalls and sweet-scented pink oleandars create an atmosphere that is unique and different in the valley. There is only one installation that provides accommodation (tents, bungalows), food and beverage and basic facilities to the visitors of the valley.
Although the mountains that form the valley can be reached by road, but it is very difficult to get into the valley even on foot, therefore the only access to the Butterfly valley by boat from the beach Oludeniz Belcekiz

10 Playa de Cuevas del Mar, Spain

Cuevas beach is part of the Protected Landscape East Coast of Asturias, located at the mouth of the river Cuevas.

When the tide is low, you can walk over limestone formations. A road on the right leading to the beach Men jesters, extraordinary landscapes where the sea as if alive.

11 Trunk Bay, Virgin Islands, US

Trunk Bay is a body of water and the beach in Saint John, Virgin Islands, United States. Trunk Bay consistently selected as one of the Ten Best Beaches in the World by Conde Nast Traveler magazine and has received the same recognition from other publications.

Also, the National Geographic Society has labeled Trunk Bay as the most beautiful beaches in the world. It is one of the most popular beaches on the island amenities include a snack bar, showers and toilets, lifeguards, and most famously, an underwater trail for snorkeling reef. Trunk Bay is the only coastal National Park in Saint John which cost money to visit.

12 Loch Ard Gorge Beach, Australia

The Loch Ard Gorge is a component of Port Campbell National Park,  Victoria, Australia, about a 10 minute drive to the west of The Twelve Apostles. This is a real example of the erosion process. Turkish Loch Ard Gorge is a place where Loch Ard (passenger ship) stranded in 1878. Stairs allow visitors access to the beach. There are many signs and a small museum detailing the history of the site.

The beach offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful rock formations that are on all sides, and when the sea roar, visitors can hear the loud roar of the waves crashing against the rocks.

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13 Furore Fjord, Italy

A small crack in the rock, an ancient gorge that is a hidden place for bandits in the past, a bay where the sea can show all his strength. Furore Fjord is a kind of natural harbor, where it is possible to arrive there just from the sea side, surmounted by a natural stone arch that perfectly complements the majesty of this place.

The inhabitants of this special place has to build their house on the rock in this inhospitable area, fisherman's house is also called "monazzeri", which means "living in solitude" is still on the rocks and has been renovated. Fjord is home to some rare animals are protected thanks to the environment, such as Pilgrim hawk and several other rare species. There are also some very rare fern, this place is a natural oasis created for wild nature lovers and people who need a place to relax.

14 Glossa Beach, Greece

Small hidden beach is located in Messenia - unit area in the southwestern part of the Peloponnese, Greece. Messenia characterized by luxury resorts and boutique guest houses, high mountains and olive groves mellow, historical sites of all time and of course the stunning beaches of all kinds.

Glossa beach (tongue) is one of the most beautiful and fascinating in Greece. The beach is also considered as one of the most hidden in Greece.

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15 Playa de Ballota, Spain

Faced with an impressive stone tower, surrounded by the green of the characteristics of the Asturian coast, Ballota beach presents a stunning beauty. Seen from above, Ballota beach almost indescribable beauty. Framed in green, almost wild, nailed to the cliff, beach Ballota form a perfect shell length of 350 meters. Before him, the island of Castro pretends to be a little wary carved in stone.

Open sea, white sand and huge waves, beach and its surroundings form a unique setting. From the viewpoint La Boriza, Ballota beach view from the top was incredible, where the roar of the sea make the earth tremble. Ballota, as part of a protected area east coast, green landscape that surrounds it and the beauty of the Cantabrian Sea makes a stunning backdrop for anybody.