Puerto Vallarta is a Mexican beach resort city situated on the Pacific Ocean’s Bahía de Banderas. The 2010 census reported Puerto Vallarta’s population as 255,725 making it the fifth largest city in…
Trunk Bay is the Virgin Islands at its best. Early morning or late afternoon, it is one of the best places you will ever visit, because there won’t be too many people. There are no annoyances to mention. The sand and water needs to be seen to be believed. I can’t think of a better beach spot.
The miniature continent of Gran Canaria has deserts, steep mountains, forests and very nice beaches. The population of Playa Puerto Rico swells in the winter as Europeans come in droves to this African archipelago. The Canary Islands are an autonomous region of Spain.
Pass-a-Grille is your dream laid back beach town on the Gulf Coast with some of the nicest beaches you can imagine. Pass-A-Grille was recognized as a National Historic District in 1989, nearly a century after the town was established. The area has been inhabited for nearly 10,000 years though.
The Southern Shores beach, along with the rest of the Outer Banks, moves at a different speed than the rest of the United States. It is a welcome change from the hustle of modern life. There has been very little commercial development to spoil these beautiful beaches.
Cannon Beach is an affluent little place on the coast of Oregon, that has everything going for it. It was “discovered” by Lewis & Clark and Sacagawea in 1805. It’s been featured in the Goonies, Point Blank and Twilight. Haystack Rock is well known, but most importantly – chain stores are not welcome. How cool!
Playa Parguito is one of those places that is a gift. It is my favorite beach in Margarita Island, Venezuela. There are a couple rustic places to eat or grab a drink. It is a surf spot, so occasionally the water will be rough. In general, its a wonderful spot.