Top 5 Coastline Destinations You Must Visit by 2018!

Of beautiful beaches and coastal fringes… 

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2018 heralds in a new year – new hopes, new beginnings, and a fresh start to travel. The sun, sea, and sand – don’t these three S’s convey a postcard-perfect picture in front of you? Well, if you’re thinking of holidaying in style, we bring to you some of the most attractive coastline destinations where you can get the best of water and land, or should we say sand? Pick the destination closest to your area of residence, pack your bags, and get ready to feed the travel bug some vitamin sea.

La Jolla, California

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La Jolla boasts animal parks, a beautiful golf course, hiking trails close to nature, and delightful beaches. Check out the coastline hotels in La Jolla through Hotel Planner to find a room where you can enjoy the views of the beaches in this San Diego community. Tourists are bound to enjoy a break in this picturesque seaside locale with its canopy of pine trees and a lineup of numerous restaurants along the coast. The waterfront area of the rugged Pacific coastline comes to life during the wee hours of the day, as one can walk for hours while taking in the sweeping oceanic views.

Viareggio in Tuscany

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The beautiful Italian seaside city of Viareggio lies by the Tyrrhenian Sea in the Province of Lucca of Tuscany and is famed for its Italian Carnival and civic museums. It houses some brilliant harbor walks like that of L’attesa and the beautiful beach alternate of Bagno Irene. Visitors can also take up cultural tours and hiking activities. Immerse yourself in the envelope of nature and lose yourself to a sea-kissed Tuscan affair.

Kota Kinabalu in Sabah 

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Think of Kota Kinabulu as a tropical Malaysian paradise surrounded by a rainforest. The pleasure of being so deep in the lap of nature is unrivaled. The gorgeous coastline stretch of KK, as it is fondly called, is situated in Borneo’s Sabah state. The beach resorts and other stays offer private bays and secluded enclosures with the best sunset bars one could think of. After a tiring day of trekking the summit of Mount Kinabalu, one could retire in the sandy shores, enjoying music, food, and dramatic sunsets.

Nha Trang in Khan Hoa

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A trip to Vietnam is incomplete without heading down south to the lively resort city of Nha Trang. Not only does it offer offshore islands, but it also provides glimpses of prolific underwater life around untouched coral reefs, natural reserves like those of Hon Tam and Hon Mun islands, and cable-car rides to Hon Tre island.

Tynemouth in Tyne and Wear

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Tynemouth is situated at the mouth of the River Tyne. This modern town in the metropolitan English county of Tyne and Wear is known for its ocean park, excavated Roman fort, and castle beside the seafront area. Besides these attractions, it’s also popular for its nightlife and shopping areas, including the popular Tynemouth Markets. The glimmering gilded sand of Long Sands Beach just cannot be missed.

These gorgeous destinations make for the perfect coastal vacations and can easily be covered in any budget. If you’re willing to go overboard, simply book a villa with a private bay. If you’re on a shoestring budget, think of chalets and inns as your options. Play in the sun and have fun!

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