Beaches around the World !!!

 White-sand-beach in Philippines

San Andres, Colombia.

San Andres is 700 km from the Colombian mainland, a miniature paradise with influences from England and Spain, pirates and corsairs, blended into a rich culture which moves to the beat of reggae. Perfect beaches, excellent water-sports, diving and ecotourism.

Your first glimpse of San Andres island is the sea of seven colors, home to many-hued fish and coral, working their magic on the visitor. After an afternoon on the beach or shopping duty-free, night falls and the air is alive with music and dancing.

Bavaro Beach, Punta Cana - Dominican Republic.

Kahala Beach, Hawaii.

The Kahala Beach is located at 4999 Kahala Avenue in Kahala. This area is located in east Oahu.

Lake Tahoe.

Not majestic mountains, mountains with jaw-dropping cliffs, serene glades and spectacular views of the lake. Not snow, 400 inches of snow a year that pile up into epic powder, tight corduroy groomers, raucous terrain parks and endless moguls.

Not a place, the place.

The place to ski and ride. Ride and ski. On blue bird days, in storms that hide your tracks run after run. Some people pine for warm sand and fruity drinks; Tahoe is the shredders paradise.

Bring the kids. Teach them to ski in a place that will spark their passion for the snow. Thrill them with tubing, sledding and unbelievable views from mountain top trams and lodges.

Recharge at night with happening casino entertainment, swank, cozy or rustic taverns and restaurants, dancing, music, local hangouts and events.

Platja D’Aro, Girona, Spain.

Several prehistoric funereal monuments show that Platja d'Aro was an important settlement in the most distant times. There is also evidence of Roman presence in the village, from the Plá de Palol archaeological site. The roots of present day Platja d'Aro go back to the Middle Ages, centring on Santa María Church (11th century), at a time when work began on the construction of Benedormiens Castle, the origin of Castell d'Aro. Little remains of the old fortress, which was destroyed in the 19th century. You can also go on outings in the nearby mountains, with routes to the Font del Ferro and Font de la Boixa springs, Mas Daussá, a farmstead built between the 16th and 17th centuries, and Rocas Martinas, a beautiful viewpoint that looks out over the Costa Brava coastline. Of course, you can also enjoy the small coves and long, sandy beaches where water sports are available

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