For holidays, a stay at the seaside is on your top of the list. But you’re looking for something different from the ordinary coconut tree beach with its white sand filled with people. Among the following five countries, imagine living a unique stay. If you are tempted, to your luggage!
Between adrenaline and a moment of discovery
To amaze Man, Mother Nature knows how to do it. Mexico is well known for being a colourful country, warm in atmosphere and with very spicy meals. But it shelters a beach that no one would have suspected existed. Hidden underground and discovered by accident under military tests, Playa del Amor beach is only accessible during low tide. A breathtaking discovery!
Enjoy the discovery of natural landscapes, explore gigantic cliffs, streams and mountains before arriving at the beachfront to the land of druids, warriors, myths, legends and tales. In Ireland, crossing the Giant’s Causeway will take you back in time.
Renowned for its impressive cultural heritage, many have fallen in love with Spain. It is one of the ideal destinations for a stay by the sea with its sumptuous beaches. But one of the beaches that make Spain proud is undoubtedly the Playa de Gulpiyuri in Llanes, which is located in the middle of the meadow! Although made of fresh water but connected to the sea, the Playa produces both tides and waves. Impressive, isn’t it?
A therapeutic stay in Jordan
After a hike in the colourful canyons or a visit to Jordan’s green oases, adventurers all dream of a swim in the Dead Sea. The sea does not bear his name because it is a real treasure of vivacity! Richer in minerals than other seas, the Dead Sea is famous for its soothing properties. No wonder Cleopatra took her baths there! Tempting, isn’t it?
A magical stay in the Maldives
Known as one of the smallest countries in the world, the Maldives is a destination for relaxation. The configuration of the island itself is made for a unique holiday over the ocean. You really wake up with your feet in the water. On Vaadhoo Island, the sea becomes sparkling at night. The millions of bioluminescent phytoplankton in the sea are responsible for this magical effect. Incredible but true!