INDIA: Nothing can be more relaxing than enjoying the calm of beaches during the peak of the sultry summer heat with a glass of your favourite cold drink beside you while you read your favourite book overlooking the cool blue waters.
Most of the beach destinations that are in demand might not be ideal given the exorbitant prices of travel, accommodation, and food. Moreover, it is always a delight to lurk and relax in some distant, empty beachside place with few tourists and a lot more privacy.
Here are some of the most wonderful, rare beaches that anyone can visit during the summers.
Ischia, one of the most unspoken beaches in Italy, is located in the Bay of Naples, close to the island of Capri and the Amalfi Coast.
Ischia is one of the cheapest and least crowded beaches, with lots of activities one can do.
One could lazily soak in the mellow heat near the beaches and then experience thermal baths. One could also visit old castles and picturesque towns with aesthetic restaurants.
Milos is a beautiful island with a population of just over 5,000. Milos has become a tourist spot due to its attractive scenery and fresh beaches.
Affordable in all respects—travel, food, and accommodation—this quaint island is coming more into the spotlight for tourists planning to have a different kind of beach experience.
Albania might not be undoubtedly associated with beaches, but it is one of the stunners among them with beautiful coastlines in all of Europe. Beaches here are cool and incredibly cheap.
Ksamil is known for its white sands and turquoise waters that give the sight a colourful delight.
Cyprus is located in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Turkey and west of Lebanon, and is relatively small, holding a plethora of amazing beaches. Ayia Napa is one of the best beaches and has an array of resorts.
Seaside food is a great attraction for tourists, as this beach has some of the most amazing seafood restaurants, bars, and clubs.
A hidden gem, Portugal’s Algarve coast has some of the most amazing beaches that have been attracting a lot of tourists in the last few years. One of the rare destinations, Aljezur, is ideal for surfers to enjoy riding the waters.
A lot of empty beaches are also present, perfect for getting away from the noisy crowd. There are many hiking spots that one can visit, as well as the postcard-like, hueful town buildings.
One of the most popular destinations is Croatia, for myriad reasons. Some of the best-known places in the country are Dubrovnik and Hvar.
An island called Korcula situated on the Adriatic Sea has a more serene atmosphere that is also very budget-friendly than most of the other places in Croatia.
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