Top5 Spectacular Beaches Destinations In July
As the weather is climb up, many people choose to go for the beach to spend their vacation. In july, the beach attracts many visitor, there are many beautiful beaches destinations in the world, today we select five places for you.
Block Island, just off Rhode Island, is less sceney than Nantucket or the Vineyard—and therein lies the appeal. The 17 miles of powdery sand are all free—including parking. Skip town beach and head to the quieter Mansion Beach on the northern part of the island. Then make your way to the Oar restaurant to watch the sunset while sipping rum punches and mudslides. As for where to stay, the island has no shortage of cute inns and B&Bs. But don't expect flatscreen TVs and 1000-thread-count sheets; the Block, as locals call it, is heavy on Victorian-style décor and old-school diversions. Croquet, anyone?
Brazil wins the award for the best bronzed bodies, but its southern neighbor’s remote banks are not to be missed. The beach towns of Punta del Este and Jose Ignacio are the go-to spots for high-end resorts and insider cachet, but we prefer La Pedrera's rural villages and more than 100 miles of Atlantic coastline. Don't miss the Playa del Barco, Playa del Desplayado and Punta Rubia.
China may be better known for its electrifying cities, but its oceanfront could match that of Indonesia or St. Lucia. On Hainan Island (a quick flight south from Hong Kong), the four-mile Yalong Bay has a crescent beach and crystalline waters teeming with tropical fish. Or, there's Beidaihe just east of Beijing, and the gorgeous Mount Putuo, south of Shanghai.
There’s more to Peru than eating your way through Lima and hiking Machu Picchu. Along the country’s northwestern coast, you’ll find some spectacular beaches. Start at Punta Sal, where Peruvian families go for its calm sea and long stretch of sand. Then, head south to Máncora for its energetic waterfront bars, restaurants and shops, before bedding down at one of the stylish hotels along the palm-tree-lined beach at Los Pocitas.
Lord Howe Island
If you're looking to truly unplug, this tiny Pacific Ocean island between Australia and New Zealand is the answer. Just a two-hour flight from Sydney, it’s a close-kept secret among Australians who come to snorkel the coral lagoons and explore the volcanic mountains. At Ned’s Beach you can hand feed kingfish (a Lord Howe specialty) or watch turtles lazing in the sand at Old Settlement Beach.