St. George Island State Park: Hidden gem in Florida with white sands, clear waters, and ideal for swimming, fishing, kayaking, and camping.
Duke Kahanamoku Beach, named after the legendary Hawaiian surfer and Olympian, offers a family-friendly, less crowded experience in Waikiki.
A popular Hamptons spot with fine sand, blue waters, and scenic views of historic mansions. You can rent a chair and an umbrella, or bring your own picnic.
It is a natural paradise on the Gulf Coast of Florida. It’s only accessible by boat or ferry, which adds to its charm and seclusion.
At Hatteras Island's southern tip, known for the iconic 210-ft Cape Hatteras Lighthouse with panoramic ocean views.
Coronado Beach is a wide and flat beach in San Diego. It has golden sand that sparkles in the sun, thanks to the presence of mica minerals.
Wailea Beach is a crescent-shaped beach on the south shore of Maui. It has soft sand, turquoise water, and gentle waves. You can snorkel, paddleboard, or kayak at this beach.