Popular beaches are overcrowded, littered and barely allow us to enjoy some time of peace and tranquility. Take Heart! There are several hidden beaches which are picturesque and hardly known by visitors. Let's take a look at some of them...
The beach is only accessible by a seaplane or ferry.
Dry Tortugas Beach, Florida
Turquoise blue, sparkling, crystal clear waters with pearly white beach and powdery white sand. Snorkel your way through these spearmint waters and explore the magnificent coral reef.
Ideal place for camping, the ocean has a mysterious vibe to it. Hiking through a forest is the only way you can reach this beach paradise.
Second Beach, Washington
Explore the tide pool at the north end of the beach. Starfish, sea cucumbers, sponges, and various other sea urchins can be found in this tide pool.
It's a great beach to find natural treasures from shiny stones to unusual wood washed up on shore.
Accessible only by ferry or your own boat or kayak, you will get here 17 miles of unspoiled white, sand dune beachfront to enjoy.
Cumberland Island, Georgia
However, this beach isn't ideal for families with babies and toddlers due to the amount of hiking and walking involved.
Common Sight on Cumberland Beach
Clean, soft, white sand dunes along with calm waters allow you to enjoy more of the Atlantic Ocean without worrying about being swept by the waves.
Sandbridge Beach, Virginia
Fishing enthusiasts can enjoy fishing at the pier.
An ideal beach for unwinding. South Carolina's clearest water, Edisto Island has a laid back vibe. So, enjoy the relaxed atmosphere.
Edisto Island, South Carolina
Pet friendly beach, however, dogs have to be on leashes except during the off season.
Skeletons of gigantic oak trees, that have been through years of weathering are commonly found on the beach.
Boneyard Beach, Florida
Best way to explore the beach is by paddle boarding.
A Photographer's Paradise - You will find here unique and rare pieces of driftwood in all shapes and forms, that are great pieces of natural art prized by photographers and sculptors.
Witness breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean against the steep cliffs as backdrop.
Gray Whale Cove Beach, California
A flight of stairs lead you down to the 800 feet long, sheltered beach. Right one-third of the beach is clothing-optional, so make sure you take the left when you head there.
Whale watching is a popular activity here during the migration season.
Enjoy unique, beachfront horseback rides in a scenic setting along the Atlantic Ocean.
Turtle Beach, Daufuskie Island
Access to this white sand beach is via a ferry ride.
The beach is a nesting ground for loggerhead sea turtles.