Top 6 Must-See Beaches to Visit This 2020


Winter is almost over, and the smell of green, fresh grass of spring is fast-approaching— and soon after, it is summer again. And when this season comes, the best thing to do is to visit a place or a beach you’ve never been to, especially that travelling nowadays is common to millennials.


If you’re thinking of spending a fun holiday with your family, the beach is certainly one to consider. There are so many activities that you can do, from water sports, scuba diving,  boating or just a nice walk in the beach, the choices are plentiful. However, tied up with those activities are potential risks of accidents, make sure you have a Florida Keys jet ski accident attorney to back you up who’s an expert in resolving watercraft accident injury cases.


It is undeniable how there are thousands of different beaches you can visit all around the globe. And whether it is in Europe, Asia, or America, island hopping is indeed the best way to spend summer. If you are searching what beach to visit this summer, here are a few you need to check out.


Destin, Florida

Often called the “Global Lucky Fishing Place”, Destin in Florida has been one of the most sought after vacation sports by tourists. Discovered in the 1850’s, Destin was not as popular as today up until a bridge was made to connect the town to the mainland. It’s whiteshore, fine sand beach trademark made travellers flock to visit the town. The beach sand also uniquely stays cool and fresh even on the hottest summer day. Currently, there are also lots of things to do in the beach like a waterpark for kids, watercrafts and watersports for adults like jetski and banana boats. As fun as it sounds, it’s important that you learn about the safety protocols and common accidents while on Florida waters from a Florida Keys jet ski accident attorney.


Hulopoe Beach in Hawaii

Everyone knows how Hawaii is the perfect country to stay during summer because of its beaches. Hulopoe Beach is by far, the most excellent place to visit and to swim the heat of summer away. With its crystal clear and blue waters partnered with its delicate and white as pearl sands, anyone can say how worth visiting this beach is any time of the year. You can swim and snorkel. Apart from it, Hulopoe Beach is also open to the public as a park beach.


Old Orchard Beach in Maine

For more than a century, this beach in Maine has been the favourite of people from all neighbouring states. You can go swimming, drink, play games, fishing, go whale watching, or watch concerts happening in the area. And most of the recreational activities occur in the famous Old Pier, which is almost 5oo feet out over the Atlantic Ocean.


Sotavento in Fuerteventura

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The Canary Islands is always a prime destination in Spain not just in summer but the whole year round. The group of islands in this archipelago have an almost year-full of sunshine, plus add the fact that it’s breezy and picturesque everywhere. The Canary Islands are replete with some of the world’s most enticing beaches, so if your kind of summer holiday is having lots of sea, sun and sand, then you can never go wrong with this destination.


The Canary Islands are also known not for its fun-filled festivities, but also for its summer perfect beaches. And among the most stunning beaches in Canary is located in Fuerteventura: the Sotavento. Sotavento is popular with its mile after mile of white sands down the south-east part of Fuerteventura. Not only for beachgoers, but also for people who love to surf and fly their kites because of its mild yet constant winds.


Wavine Cyrique Beach in Dominica

Caribbean Islands is as well a famous destination for its picturesque and mesmerising sceneries and beaches. And among the many places to visit in the Caribbean, the Wavine Cyrique Beach is perhaps the most popular of all because of the huge waterfall. However, this beach isn’t accessible especially to those who don’t want to sweat. People need to do a back-breaking hike down the cliff and a 10-minute walk through the forest to reach the place.


Cape Hatteras National Seashore in North Carolina

According to NPS, the Cape Hatteras is an exceptional place to rest your mind and engage your senses. Its popular attraction is the 196-feet lighthouse—which is the tallest in the North part of America— wherein visitors can climb it. Furthermore, just like the other, it is the best destination to surf, swim, beachcombing, and stargazing.



These beaches all have fine sand that is great for building sandcastles, and they have shallow waters that are perfect for children to swim in. The activities that you can do with your kids include boat rides, jetski, watercraft and beach volleyball. Not very far away from the beaches above are restaurants and ice cream vendors.


Summer, for most millennials, is the best season to go travelling and find new places to explore but this year hasn’t ended yet and it’s never too late to travel. And whether it is on the beach or merely a resort, the most important thing is how you spend and who you spend it with.


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Keith S. Brais,


Having graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Engineering from Massachusetts Maritime Academy, acquired three U.S. Coast Guard licenses and worked on offshore oil drilling platforms for more than seven years, Keith S. Brais brings an uncommon degree of real world experience to clients’ personal injury and wrongful death claims. His unique maritime education and experience, combined with his professional legal expertise and trial skills provide invaluable benefit to clients when describing the dangers associated with maritime employment to a judge or jury. Keith S. Brais is one of a very specialized group of lawyers in the State of Florida that is Board Certified in Maritime and Admiralty Law by the Florida Bar. Additionally, Keith S. Brais holds an “AV” rating from the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, the highest rating attainable.

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