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150 travel features tagged “Beaches”

Along Arabia’s east coast

Between the Arabian Sea to the Gulf of Oman is a historic and natural beauty that feels worlds away from the more visited cities of the United Arab Emirates.
Read more… 18 January 2012


A seaside taste of Rio de Janeiro

As the booming Brazilian economy lures patrons to pricey inland restaurants, the cheapest way to try Rio’s most beloved foods is from a rented lounge chair right on the beach.
Read more… 17 January 2012


Playing where pirates pillaged on Cayman Brac

The sleepy 14sqm Caribbean island was once a hideaway for Blackbeard and other 17th and 18th Century buccaneers.
Read more… 17 January 2012


Cruise ports of call: Caribbean for beach lovers

The best and least crowded beaches in the Cayman Islands, Barbados, St Barts, Nassau and Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
Read more… 02 January 2012


Corsica, by breathtaking and bumpy train

The French island’s beaches and mountains are best explored by a narrow gauge railway built in the 1850s.
Read more… 20 December 2011


Panama’s highlights, beyond the canal

Unfettered by tourist crowds, Panama’s pristine beaches, lush rainforest and big city nightlife are coming to define this off-the-beaten-track Central American gem.
Read more… 14 December 2011


The world’s most unusual beaches

With fairy floss sands and disappearing seas, these 10 extraordinary beaches will put a new spin on your summer holiday.
Read more… 06 December 2011


World's best islands

See the top-ranked isles that span the seas, from a well-kept secret in the Philippines to the electric blue waters of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
30 November 2011


Endless sun on Peru’s northern beaches

The quintessential ingredients for a relaxed beach holiday? Combine empty beaches, abundant seafood and perfect surf with just a dash of ancient archaeology.
Read more… 29 November 2011


In Puerto Rico, Culebra vs Vieques

Culebra, an 11-sq-mile slice of sleepy eccentricity, is revered by tranquillity seekers, while 52-sq-mile Vieques caters to a wider variety of tastes, from families to night owls.
Read more… 17 November 2011


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