5. Cayo de Agua
Cayo de Agua is the name of an island on east of the Caribbean Sea that geographically belongs to Los Roques Archipelago and is administratively organized as part of the Federal Dependencies , Venezuela. Besides being part of the National Park of the same name and of the Authority Unique of Aerial of the Roques, the name of this key has its origin in the fact to have wells of fresh water inside him.
4. Baia do Sancho
The locals call Baia do Sancho both a beach and bay. You can reach the bay either by trekking down a short trail or by sea. The beach is protected and surrounded by native vegetation and high rising cliffs, which makes the perfect nesting ground for birds. The sand on Baia do Sancho is white and the water is emerald green. If you happen to take the boat, you just need to stop for a quick swim. The clear crystal water is ideal for diving as well.
3. Grace Bay
The Turks and Caicos Islands , or TCI for short, are a British Overseas Territory consisting of the larger Caicos Islands and smaller Turks Islands, two groups of tropical islands in the Lucayan Archipelago of the Atlantic Ocean and northern West Indies. They are known primarily for tourism and as an offshore financial centre. The resident population is 31,458 as of 2012 of whom 23,769 live on Providenciales in the Caicos Islands.
2. Playa Paraiso
Playa Paraíso = Paradise Beach, a name well deserved! This is a secluded and gorgeous beach with glittering powdery white sand and turquoise waters. It’s located about 5 km from the hotels’ zone, at the west end of Cayo Largo, between Playa Punta Mal Tienpo and Playa Sirena.
Anse Lazio no.1
Anse Lazio is a beach situated in the northwest of Praslin Island, Seychelles, considered by Lonely Planet to be the best beach on Praslin, and one of the best in the archipelago. Located to the north east of Madagascar, east of Zanzibar and south of Socotra, in the middle of the Indian Ocean, it has clear water and pleasing scenery, luring a large portion of Praslin’s tourists.
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