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154 travel features tagged “Beaches”

An untouched paradise in Turkey’s Butterfly Valley

Turkey's 86,000sqm Butterfly Valley is home to roughly 100 species of butterflies, creating a protected oasis where time seems to stand still.
Read more… 15 December 2014


Danger: Saint-Malo and the highest tides in Europe

In this French beach town, the ocean rushes in fast and without forgiveness.
Read more… 11 December 2014


The many shades of Santorini

Beyond the classic Greek blue and white skyline, Santorini is an island of burnt orange and blood red, royal purple and butter yellow, electric green and pastel pink.
01 September 2014


A second chance for Myanmar’s sea gypsies

As the country opens to travellers, it waits to be seen whether the nomadic Moken can preserve their language, their way of life and their mythology.
02 August 2014


Worldwide Weird

Seas that glow like stars

A bizarre natural phenomenon lights up the water off these three beaches, making the sea shine with a surreal blue light.
Read more… 05 July 2014


A road trip toward holiday nirvana

Kate Armstrong takes on one of the world’s most iconic road trips, reliving memories of coconut oil aromas and honouring the soldiers for whom the route was built.
Read more… 01 July 2014


A road trip straight from the 1960s

The classic Airstream takes on the iconic Pacific Coast Highway, with jaw-dropping views, rare redwoods and all-American towns along the way.
06 May 2014


Where sea gypsies settle

Located 60km off the Thai coast, the tiny isolated Surin Islands are home to the Moken, a tribe of former nomads experiencing a shifting way of life.
19 April 2014


Where streets are paved with sand

Brazil’s northern coast serves up alien landscapes of vibrant beauty, nightly capoeira shows silhouetted by sunset and a paradise that forces visitors to embrace letting go.
Read more… 27 November 2013


A Pacific paradise few have seen

The Marshall Islands was recently listed as one of the world's five least visited countries. But tourism could help fade the scars of a troubled past for the 29 stunning coral atolls.
Read more… 18 November 2013


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