Beach Resort Guides & Articles

Beach Articles

feature
As the Maldives opens its inhabited islands to tourism, Heidi Fuller-love island hops and meets loca...
feature
Though somewhat inconvenient, becoming a castaway needn’t be a harrowing experience. Heed t...
feature
The Great British beach holiday is back in vogue. Ruth-Ellen Davis rounds up the best coastal resort...
feature
A little-known surf paradise in the Philippines is about to get a big wave of tourism. Emilee Tombs ...
feature
Basking near Australia’s continental shelf, Marie Barbieri loses herself among marine creatures of...
feature
We sent Daniel Fahey to the very cusp of the known world to catch some Chinese monsters. Here’s ho...
feature
Samantha Wilson heads to Útila in Honduras in search of Old Tom, the legendary barnacle-en...
feature
Self-professed musical enthusiast Jack Palfrey visits the Greek Sporades, setting of 2008 hit fil...
feature
Whether you want to tan on a beach all day or party the night away, there’s a Caribbean island to ...

Top Beach Guides

You can almost see the historians grin when they note that Spain failed to settle on this set of islands when they were first n...

Byron Bay is a quaint seaside town on the north coast of New South Wales. A haven for hippies in the 196...

The coast of Ireland gets most spectacularly wild to the northwest, and Buncrana is one of the most breathtaking beaches o...

The beautiful coastline of Dorset is dotted by several thriving, busy traditional seaside resorts and is an extremely popular summer destination. P...

The Suffolk coast is about as pretty and old-fashioned an experience of the English seaside as you will find, and the interesting, musical town of ...

This idyllic archipelago of 140 tiny islands is like another world. The islands lie 45km (28 miles) off Lands End, the most southwesterly point of ...

The beautiful Dorset coast is dotted by several thriving, busy traditional seaside resorts, hugely popular with families. Bournemouth attracts a yo...

San Antonio Bay (San Antonio Abad), together with San Antonio Town, makes up Ibiza's second largest r...

One of the most stable countries in the Caribbean, Mo Bay,' as its nicknamed, is the most popular tourist spot in

Alghero is one of the most popular resorts in Sardinia, yet retains the charm and atmosphere of a working fishing village. It manages to cater for all...

St Petersburg is the gateway to lovely state beaches.

Not that long ago, there was nothing here but the most idyllic lagoon in the world, fringed by golden sand and pine-clad mountains. Then the developer...

A-Z Beach Guides

Visa and passport information is updated regularly and is correct at the time of publishing. You should verify critical travel information independently with the relevant embassy before you travel.