Three amazing beaches for 2015

Fernando de Noronha

We’re dedicated to bringing you the best of everything beach related from all around the globe. It’s fair to say we have seen a few shores in our time, each one just as beautiful as the last. So we’ve picked you three absolute must-see beaches for 2015. Just sit back and enjoy. Discover great all inclusive holidays deals at Holiday Hypermarket for you next beach holidays.

Anse Source d’Argent,  Seychelles

With the Indian Ocean lapping at its creamy white shores, Anse Source d’Argent on the Island of La Digue cruises easily into our top three, and it’s no wonder really.

Smooth granite rocks, worn by time and weather, are flanked by luscious green foliage that pop up to meet the bright white sands and open blue skies. Spend your days searching for island tortoises and roaming the island by bicycle. We would.

Nalaguraidhoo beach, Maldives

Rarely are we rendered speechless by the beauty and serenity of one beach, but it may just have happened with Nalaguraidhoo. The locals call this island ‘The flower of the Indies’ and we can see why. After splashing around in the clear blue waters, you can hire a jet ski, soak up the sun or surf the waves.  And that’s just the beginning. This island comes complete with a floating beach resort that stretches out into the water, so you can fall asleep to the sound of the lapping waves. It’s better than a cup of Horlicks. So we’ve heard.

Champagne beach, Vanuatu

On the island of Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu (an island nation located in the south Pacific, between New Caledonia and Fiji) sits the (still fairly) untouched paradise of Champagne beach. Named after the fizzy champagne like qualities of the lagoon water at low tide, this beach has more going for it than just the name of our favourite tipple. Unspoilt rainforests give way to towering mountains overlooking the shore, perfect for exploring and then retiring to a hammock for a mid-afternoon snooze. Go on. What are you waiting for?

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