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5 Of The Most Secluded Beaches

Beaches. Everyone loves them. And sometimes that can be a problem. There are few things more frustrating that getting beach ready, throwing a towel and an umbrella over your shoulder, and heading down to your local only to find it so packed that you can hard stand without touching three other people! So, we set out to find some of the world’s most secluded beaches to ensure that when you need space, you’ll have it! 

Navio Beach, Vieques, Puerto Rico

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To reach Navio Beach, you’ll first have to travel to Sun Bay Beach, and then traverse the volcanic rocks that surround the beach. But, once you have, it’ll all be worth it. It has excellent waves for bodysurfing or boogie-boarding, and almost every cliff holds a sea cave waiting to be explored. The idyllic beach is a hidden gem that is seldom frequented and always breath-taking.

Smugglers Cove, Zakynthos, Greece

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Only accessibly by boat, Smugglers Cove goes by many names including Navagio Beach and Shipwreck Beach. Isolated and incredible, it is located in the Greek Islands and is home to the famous wreck of Panagiotis. It might cost you a little more to get there, but it’ll be worth every penny!

Coconut Beach, Lizard Island, Australia

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Coconut Beach is a little bit harder to get to…you’ll need a private plane for this one! But, it is truly spectacular. Located roughly 150 miles from the coast of Queensland, the beach is also the furthest from the airstrip ensuring privacy! It is surrounded by wonderful reefs, it’s a diver’s dream come true!

La Sagesse Bay, Grenada

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Amazingly secluded, despite the fact that it’s just around the corner from the immensely popular Grand Anse Bay and its many resorts, La Sagesse is an unspoilt haven. Other than a quaint hotel and a nature centre that are nearby, there’s not much else going on – and that’s just the way we like it! Its waters are warm and inviting, and thriving with marine life, and the beach is immaculate.

Robles Point, Ambergris Caye, Belize

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Located on Ambergris Caye, Belize’s largest island, Robles Point is only accesible by boat and is one of only two places where the coral reef meets land. 

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