Wednesday, 23 January 2019

7 hidden and most magnificent beaches in the world

There are many places on the earth which are still hidden from us and we can't reach there due to its surrounding areas. But, today we know about the most hidden beaches in the world, which are very difficult to reach, but after reaching there you can absolutely feel like you are in heaven.

So let's get to know about these hidden beaches in the world.

"Comune di Furore" (CC BY 2.0) by Sony ILCE-3000
Furore Fjord, Italy

The Furore Fjord is a most hidden beach in Italy with beautiful natural surroundings. It is located in the small village of Italy "Furore" in the province of Salerno of south-western Italy. There were no any tight clusters of houses, only paths and stairs that led to the Furore village which also not visible from the main coastline, so that beach remained practically hidden for the passing travellers for many years. The residents of this particular place have built their own houses on the rock in this inaccessible area.

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Butterfly Valley, Turkey

Butterfly Valley is a home of many diverse species of butterflies located in Fethiye district of Mugla Province in southwestern part of Turkey. The butterfly valley is built on the hills of Babadag, surrounded by 350 meters (1,150 feet) high of rocky hills. It is a wonderful valley to explore in Turkey and Kidrak is a natural treasure located about 5 km away from Oludeniz.

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Wineglass Bay, Tasmania, Australia

Wineglass Bay is one of the most secluded remote beaches in the world and it has been ranked as one of the top 10 best and most beautiful beaches in the world. It is located near Tasmania, which is an island located on Melbourne's southern tip right below Victoria in Australia.

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Whitehaven Beach, Australia

Whitehaven Beach is a 7 km long beach located along Whitsunday Island, Australia.
This Beach is largest among the 74 islands of Whitsunday Island. The Whitesunde Island, made up with the white clear aqua water and ancient silica sand. As the tide changes, it changes the color of white silica sand. The island is only accessible by boat, seaplane and helicopter from Airlie Beach or Hamilton Island.

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Zlatni Rat, Croatia

The Zlatni rat is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Croatian coastline. It is also referred as a Golden Cape or Golden Horn. There is a narrow white-twisted beach on a promontory near the Golden Cape, which is located 2 km west of the Bol Port on the southern coast of Croatia's Bret Island. The shore of this sea keeps changing its shape constantly due to tides, currents and wind changes.

"Honopu Beach - Six Days Seven Nights Mov" (CC BY 2.0) by iShot71
Honopu Beach, Hawaii, USA

Honopu Beach is also known as Cathedral Beach, which is quite difficult to reach. There will not be a long road to at the beach and nor will you be able to walk, in fact, the only way to get here is to swim. Trying to reach Honobo Beach is like an adventure, which is definitely not for everyone.

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Navagio Beach, Greece

Navagio beach, one of the most famous and most photographed beaches in Greece. It is also known as Shipwreck Beach or Smugglers Cove, because it is a home to the wreckage of Pangiotis, which is believed to be a smuggled ship. This beach is located on the coast of Zakynthos, in the Ionian Islands of Greece. Navagio Beach was originally known as Agios Georgios.

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