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Beaches In Turks And Caicos

The beaches in Turks and Caicos are surely a great experience to have. These beaches are also known to be “the last of the true exotics “. They are widely known for their crystal clear azure waters, white snowy sand and wide fast paced waves. The place is famous for scuba diving and surfing. It is also rated by a magazine to be the top two swimming destinations of the planet. For all the beach lovers this spot is doubt a paradise on earth. The beaches present a calming and peaceful environment to relax and unwind yourself. They are truly one of the most amazing beaches in the entire world. They have the perfect coast for all sorts of folks.


Top Beaches in Turks and Caicos

The top rated beaches in Turks and Caicos are mentioned below:


It provides a huge range of coasts like the Bight Beach, Taylor Bay, Sapodilla Bay, Malcolm Beach, Leeward Beach and Grace Bay

Grace Bay:

Grace bay is no doubt one of the most favorite beaches on earth. A great number of lodges and resorts are located there. There a widely known resort at the beach named Alexandra Resort and Spa. It provides all sorts of water sports like sailing, diving, scuba-diving, snorkeling, etc.

Grace Bay

Malcolm Beach:

Malcom’s Road Beach

This peaceful beach is a place to calm down and relax yourself. You can drive yourself to the Malcolm Beach by road and get there through the Malcolm Road. The journey is a bit tough but no doubt it’s worth it. The enchanting Amanyara Villas are near the beach and provide great lodging facilities along with snorkeling equipment too.

Grand Turk Island:

This island has some of the exotic and wonderful beaches. This island is also the capital of Turks and Caicos. The island has an ancient culture and great heritage. There is a famous museum there known as the “The Turks and Caicos National Museum”. The island is packed with historical architecture and remains. Some of the best beaches of this island are listed below:

Governor’s Beach:

This beach is considered as the most celebrated beach of the island. This enchanted beach is a heaven for the beach fans. It is surrounded by cool shady pine trees and offers great snorkeling adventures and is a splendid picnic spot for families. The beach is close to the Grand Turk Cruise Center which is a great tourist attraction.

Governor’s Beach

Greek Islands

The Greek Isles

Islands of Greece… Two simple words that mean a lot… two words that can fill your mind with good memories of those who visited one of the islands. Memories from the marvelous sights and archaeological areas.

Greek islands mean sun, summer, sea, fun and friendly people. Whether you decide to choose a quite non crowded island for relaxing vacations or the opposite, Greece will satisfy you completely.  Greece has so many islands which differ from each other and each one of them has something different to offer you.

Saronic Islands



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Among the beautiful groups of islands that spread around the Greek seas are the islands of the Saronic Gulf. These islands consist of Aegina, Poros, Spetses, Hydra, Agistri, Salamis and Methana. They are very close to Athens and access to them is very easy due to the frequent ship departures from the port of Piraeus.

With these specifications, of course, for many travelers become an ideal destination for a weekend, escaping from the daily routine and the stress of the city.

The islands of the Saronic Gulf have a substantial long history and tradition that connect them closely with the sea.

Sporades Islands

The islands of Sporades constitute one more popular destination for our summer holidays. Their wonderful waters combined with their dense pinewoods make the islands, distinguish from the rest islands of the Aegean.

One moment you are under the sun in one of their splendid beaches and the other moment you are refreshed under their thick pines. Their beautiful landscapes provoke you to explore them and enchant each traveler.

Cyclades Islands

The complex of Cyclades islands is a place that gathers people from all over the world every year. The deep blue seas are shimmering under the hot sun, the summer winds carry the breeze of the sea, the white houses having the blue windows. All these are common characteristics of the islands of Cyclades that enchant everyone who visit them. The geographic antithesis and the alternate ways of entertainment or relaxing make Cyclades a destination that fits in every expectation.


Dodekanisa are found in the south-eastern department of the beautiful Aegean. The main islands are 14 from which the most known are Astypalea, Kalymnos, Karpathos, Kasos, Kastelorizo, Kos, Lipsi, Leros, Nisyros, Patmos, Rhodes, Simi, Tilos and Chalki, while there are also a lot of small islets. Apart from Rhodes and Kos that are in big tourist growth, the rest of Dodekanisa are still tied up with the tradition, away of the modern way of life.