Beach vacations are the best, but they can be a bit overcrowded sometimes, especially when you are going to the most popular ones around.
Imagine if you could go to a beach and just chill without the crowds. A beach that is not yet on the must-see or travel getaway lists. Well, your wish has been granted. According to Purewow.com, there is a slew of beaches that are currently flying under the travel radar.
Greece is a popular beach destination, with the islands of Mykonos and Santorini topping the list of places out of towners should visit. However, the island of Sifnos is just as beautiful as the other two islands and will give you the same Greek island feeling. It has everything the more popular beaches have except the crowds.
Chances are, you have never heard of Pantelleria, Italy, yet it has the most gorgeous beach in the country. It is a little speck off of Sicily but isn't filled with your typical beaches. Pantelleria is full of sheltered bays and volcanic sights that any will make any tourist fall in love.
Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
Fernando de Noronha is located off the northeast coast of Brazil. The government has worked hard to keep the beautiful lands natural and gorgeous by allowing only 500 people a day to visit the beach. Visitors get the chance to gawk at dramatic rock formations and snorkel with spinner dolphins.
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Even with its turquoise water, you can see through, and pristine beaches, Providencia, Colombia has managed to fly under the radar. It is an isolated location with limited means of transportation, which have kept the droves of people from visiting. Tourists have to either take a boat or a 15 seat plane from San Andres to access this beautiful beach.
Barcelona may be the hot spot to visit in Spain, but Benicàssim is the beach you have to check out. There are miles of gorgeous beaches all linked together by a beautiful promenade. The beach town is filled with more locals than tourists so those who do visit get a real sense of the culture.
These under the radar beaches sound amazing, but if you are looking to book a trip to one, you will need to do it sooner rather than later. The word about these fantastic destinations is bound to get out, and they won't be so quiet anymore.