From Spain’s Costa del Sol to USA’s Kahanamoku Beach
With the sand under your feet and a cool breeze hovering in a sunny setting, the beach has often been a favourite go-to place during a vacation. Even for frequent travellers, one item to be always on their must-visit list is the beach. And sure enough, there’s always something to do in a sandy paradise. From surfing, swimming, or even fire dancing, there’s a plethora of possible activities out there. So if you are one of those inflicted with the seascape wanderlust, here are two must-visit destinations:
Marbella’s El Pinillo and El Faro Beach
Andalusia’s municipality of Marbella is a great place to start off the holiday what with the expanse of pristine beaches. There’s the famous El Pinillo beach where the unique combination of small natural dunes and the waterscapes’ edges offer a tranquil and relaxing experience. Not only that, you may also want to visit El Faro beach where the fishing hobbyists are a frequent sight. This is also a good place for gourmet hunters since it is strategically situated near the main city’s famous restaurants.
Hawaii’s Kahanamoku Beach
Named after the famed Olympian surfer Duke Kahanamoku, expect nothing but a grand experience when you step foot here in this little paradise in the United States. Despite Hawaii—which was declared as the 50th state in 1959—not being a part of mainland US, expect nothing short of wonders there. The country may be a rich financial centre but this does not mean it lacks nature’s wonders. Luckily for those who can’t contain their excitement, today’s flight services can offer you easy access for quick trips in Hawaii. From DialAFlight’s USA trip services to online booking, your much awaited trip to the famed sandy paradise is just a click away. With several activities to choose from, everyone from the family can always find something to do while you relax and sit under the sun. If you’re feeling quite adventurous, you can always go kayaking or canoeing in their cobalt-blue seascapes. For a complete beach experience, Friday may be the best time to visit since they regularly host a fireworks show during Friday nights.
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Aug 13, 17 03:29 PM
Hello Just moved from Paris, my wife and myself live in Estepona and we would love to know around couples or families to hang out together, have a drink
Aug 13, 17 03:25 PM
There is a SUPERB family run stables between San Pedro and Estepona, just behind Hospiten hospital off the A7. They are very friendly and have lots of
Aug 13, 17 03:23 PM
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