10 secret beaches hidden around the world
No, it is no longer the big white sand beach that makes you dream but the small and complicated hidden beach to reach if possible. No more noise and smells of sunscreen, tourists want the authentic and the majestic. Here are some to get an idea …
Ao Sabai, Ko Mook, Thailand
Surrounded by lush vegetation, the “Emerald Cave” is an isolated beach. To get there, you have to swim across a cave. If you wish to get there, take your necessary for the day as there is no installation on site.
Happy Bay, Saint Martin
Happy Bay is isolated from the rest of the island. Indeed, to access it you must ask his way to the inhabitants because no indication will inform you about the path to take at the start. After 15 minutes of walking through the vegetation, you can enjoy the beauty of the landscape.
Gulpiyuri Beach, Asturias, Spain
This beach is 92 meters from the ocean and has no view of the ocean. Depending on the time of the tide, the water oasis will appear. Check the tide times before going there to avoid disappointment.
Suluban Beach, Bali
Suluban means going under something in Balinese. Indeed, to arrive on this beach tourists must go down some small stairs and very steep. For surfers, know that Suluban is a major surf spot in Bali.
Calanque de Morgiou, Marseille, France
It is in the 9th district of Marseille that is the Calanque of Morgiou. With its fishing port, its sheds, and its small pebble beach, the creek has a pace of small picturesque village, which appeals as much to the locals as to the tourists.
The city of Furore is so hidden that it is nicknamed the city that does not exist. A fjord passes through Furore, 304 meters under the heart of the city and gives way to a small hidden beach that is a delight for visitors.
Anse source d’Argent, Seychelles
Equipped with a mask and a snorkel, bathers can observe the magnificent coral reef of cove source of Silver. The combination of the turquoise sea and the white sand beach make this beach the most photogenic Seychelles.
Navágio Beach, Zante, Greece
Nicknamed the “Bay of Wreck” because of the boat failed in the 80s, the beach of Navágio is accessible only by boat. So plan all your daily necessities because no shop will be available on site.
The Hidden Beach, Marieta Island, Puerto Vallanta, Mexico
In the early 1900s, the Mexican government tested bombs in this area because it was totally uninhabited. One of these bombs has built this beautiful beach known as Playa del Amor.
Praia Do Ancão, Almancil, Portugal
Departing from Praia do Ancão, holidaymakers can go swimming, canoeing or whatever in Benagil Cave. While this cave is a little complicated to reach but the splendor of this cavity is worth the detour.