Sometimes it can be very difficult or at least time consuming trying to find holiday inspiration on where to go next.
After you’ve visited websites, read reviews on destinations, looked at dreamy photos on instagram, you may find your none the wiser and it’s all too easy to head back to the same destination each year.
Travel Republic has compiled a list of some of the most unusual and awe-inspiring beach destinations from around the world to encourage you the holidaymaker to think outside of the box.
So good right? Sure it does… When it comes to booking your next beach holiday or planning a beach to visit whilst on a break away, here are some awe-inspiring places you could visit.
Popeye Village, Malta
Just a little over 3 hours flying time to reach this fantastic destination; it’s fantastic for children and big kids alike. The group of wooden buildings situated on the beach known as Sweethaven Village is still one of Malta’s biggest tourist attractions.
Legzira Beach, Morocco
Legzira Beach is stunning and arguably Morocco’s most unique beach, discretely positioned between the towns of Sidi Ifni and Mirleft. Its key features are the two huge stone arches, formed after decades of erosion and strikingly red in colour.
Rabbit Beach, Italy
For a genuinely remote beach, Rabbit Island – or Isola dei Conigli, to use its Italian name is worth a visit. Located on the tiny island of Lampedusa, it officially belongs to Italy but is over 100 miles away from Sicily and is nearer to North Africa than the Italian mainland.
Glass Beach, California
Most beaches are about the sand, however Glass Beach is slightly different. The beach is located in MacKerricher State Park, near to Fort Bragg, and features coves of ‘sea glass’ which sparkle in several different colours. The glass is created after debris in the sea was exposed to weather and worn down.
To view the full list of stunning beaches that won’t disappoint visit: https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/blog/unusual-and-amazing-beaches-around-the-world