Top 10 Best Beaches

6. Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

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Over 7 miles of Beaches. 3 Golf Courses. 20 Parks. Art and Culture. Dining and Nightlife. World-Class Shopping. An island city of just 7.1 square miles that separates Biscayne Bay from the radiant blue waters of the Atlantic.

Miami Beach is seen as a trend-setting arts and entertainment Mecca, and a shopping and cultural wonder by visitors, world travelers, celebrities and locals alike. Miami Beach has always been a tourist-friendly vacation hot spot, but the city offers so much more now. Miami Beach is no longer just a place to lay on the beach soaking up the sun, due to an economic boom that has sprung from the refurbishment of the Art Deco Historic District. From café’s, clubs and shopping along South Beach’s Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road, and Washington Avenue; the international hotels and restaurants of Collins Avenue and Middle Beach; to the re-emerging neighborhood in North Beach, Miami Beach offers visitors and residents a dazzling array of amenities to enjoy.

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  1. I would love to visit all of them. They are so gorgeous with the aqua Waterville and white sand. I like the ones that aren’t so crowded more.

  2. Luis Peña beach in Culebra, Puerto Rico is the best beach I’ve ever visited. You must charter a small boat, as it is located on a smaller island. The trip was well worth it, as it was secluded and picturesque. Soft waves, coral to swim near. Pure bliss.

  3. The Cancun, Mexico beach info was the same as Cook Islands. I guess it didn’t load properly but it happened twice…I guess it knew I liked the look of the Cook Islands.

  4. My idea of a great “beach is one that has less gritty sand. My favorite beach is in Cornwall on the southern coast of England. The beach is gorgeous, but Rocky, not sandy.