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The World’s Most Undiscovered Beaches

Thursday 01 February 2018

The World’s Most Undiscovered Beaches

Finding a stunning beach is what a lot of people look for in a holiday, but locating one that others haven’t can be a challenge no matter where you are in the world.

Here we list some of the world’s most undiscovered beaches to help you to find your own bit of paradise when you next travel.


Cala Pregonda – Menorca

Located on the north coast of Menorca, Cala Pregonda is a long beach which boasts rose gold sand and pink rocks giving it a stunning glow that perfectly complements the blue sea.

With tiny islands protecting the bay, the water itself is still and serene making it perfect for a relaxing dip. Just make sure that when you visit this beach you are prepared for a half hour hike along a track, and that you take all that you need as it does not have any facilities on offer.


Cola Beach – Goa

A beach that even some locals haven’t heard of, Cola Beach in Goa is an immaculate beach featuring a unique lagoon which really gives it something extra for explorers to discover.

Framed with coconut groves and a typically clear blue sky, there are also beach huts available for those who would like to stay overnight, and what a great view to wake up to!

To reach Cola Beach, travel south to Canacona where you will find signs which will direct you to this secret spot and can soak up the sun and enjoy all that it has to offer.


Yelapa – Mexico

Located in Puerto Vallarta’s Bahia de Banderas, Yelapa can only be reached by boat and is a long, wide beach formed into a crescent shape with hammocks in the trees that provide pure relaxation.

Situated between jungle and ocean, this beach is well known for its freshly baked pies which are sold by sellers who walk along the sand and come in great flavours such as coconut and cheesecake.


To find your next perfect beach holiday; take a look at our great range of brochures which we are sure will inspire you.