13 Glamorous Beach Destinations Where That Shout Out, "Beach Please!"

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Crystal waters, warm beaches, and trendy locales come together at these 13 luxury destinations that are revving up beach holidays with their unique offerings. Divya Behl and Vikas Plakkot find out what makes them climb to the top of your wish list this year.

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Cinque Terre, Italy

Along the jaw-dropping coastline of the Italian Riviera, five of Cinque Terre’s ancient villages have undergone a gorgeous makeover in the past few years, drawing attention to their spectacular beaches. With the influence of Milan fashion and an atmosphere reminiscent of a movie set—little fishing boats and colourful buildings—Cinque Terre is slowly turning into one of the coolest places in Italy. Take in the beautiful vistas while sipping a classic Italian cocktail on the hilltop bars of Corniglia, dig into a gelato while lying on a sunbed, or sail on a private boat from one village to another.

Best Weather May-September; Warm and Temperate

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When In Portofino

Just an hour’s train ride from Cinque Terre lies the village of Portofino, arguably the most photographed fishing port in the world. Don’t be surprised to spot fishermen walking around in their Dolce & Gabbana, for this is a place that has attracted the cafe society of Europe, from Rex Harrison in the 50s to Beyonce in recent times. Check into The Splendido (belmond.com) whose reception logbook features signatures from celebrities since the 1950s. It has just 64 rooms, each with a balcony overlooking the beautiful Italian coastline.

Lively Beaches

Vernazza: With multi-coloured buildings in the background, Vernazza is a delight. There’s also easy access to world-class restaurants and pubs if you feel peckish after a round of swimming.

Fegina, Monterosso: The only sandy beach in the region, most travellers begin their holiday here. There are plenty of sunbeds and opportunities to hire boats or stand-up paddles.

Levanto: The second largest beach in the Riviera, it is a surfer’s paradise when the weather is right. The sparse crowd and clean water provide perfect conditions for diving too.

Tel Aviv, Israel

One the world’s most ‘hipster’ cities with a wave of bars, luxury hotels, gourmet restaurants, boutique stores, and lively nightclubs, Tel Aviv is unlike its Middle-Eastern neighbors. Blessed with breezy Mediterranean weather, the beaches are exactly what you need on a city break. Swim the warm waters, lay on the soft sand, and walk along the coast from one beach to the next, while stopping for a quick cocktail or a mezze-style meal at one of the many restaurants that dot the area. In Tel Aviv, people are most likely to check out what you’re wearing. The city is home to a thriving fashion scene spearheaded by top designers.

Best weather is May-June for beaching.

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Fashion Boutiques

Dana Ashkenazi: Designer Dana Ashkenazi’s brand based in Tel Aviv is all about contemporary street wear for women. The store is located in multiple places across the city from malls to Shenkin street. She also designs jewelry, shoes, bags, and other accessories in the modern street style.

Ramat Aviv Mall, Razili: That Rolling Stones chose to wear Razili suits at their last concert in the city speaks volumes about this Israeli brand. The boutique store features a range of designs from upcoming local designers as well as a collection of top international designs.

#InstaFollow

We have two local Instagrammers who can give you a visual insight into the city.

Sasha Rosenzon (@sashkaro): An adventurous photographer, Sasha captures the charm of Tel Aviv from an eagle’s eye. A featured photographer on many projects, his Instagram feed is the only inspiration you’ll need to head to Tel Aviv.

Karen Or (@karennor): The face behind ‘Street Chic Tel Aviv’, Karen is a fashionista, influenced by Bohemian and street styles. Before you pack your bags for Tel Aviv, be sure to take some hints from her feed about what the city is wearing currently.

Cannes, French Riviera

When elegant city fashion follows you to the beach, you know you’re in Cannes. The city’s reputation for hosting the prestigious film festival is upped by exclusive experiences on the lavish Boulevard de La Croisette, the city’s beach promenade. It stretches across the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, embellished with high-end casinos, Michelin-starred restaurants, celebrated nightclubs, and luxury designer stores. With the festival preparation on, one might confront busy lanes, but you wouldn’t mind the crowd that may have Brad Pitt in it.

The Best time to visit is from May to September. The 70th Cannes Film Festival will be held here from May 17th to 28th.

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Celeb Stays

Hotels where you may get a glimpse of a star, especially around Festival de Cannes.

Intercontinental Carlton Hotel

Experience finest luxury and comfort at the hotel that hosts award winners from the Film Festival. With 343 rooms including 39 exclusive suites, Carlton has a celebrated bar overlooking the promenade. Recently refurbished, the hotel terms its style as ‘1950’s Hollywood Glamour’.

Hotel Du Cap-Eden–Roc

A 30 minute-ride from the main city, du Cap is a 19th century mansion converted into a luxury hotel. Furnished with Classic Louis XV and XVI, the hotel has the ultimate luxury checklist in place: a heated infinity pool, 33 cabanas, a tennis court, a boutique, and an indulgent spa.

Yatch Charters

Cannes is the place to spot the most glitzy yachts in the world. Jetee Albert Edouard is often lined up with luxurious mega yachts like ‘The Octopus’ owned by Paul Allen. On offer are a host of world cuisines, adventure activities like wake boarding, and other experiences like a wellness therapy, candlelit dining, or shopping at the boutiques on-board.

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Malta

The tiny isle, all of 122 square miles, is giving everyone some serious travel goals. In the last decade, Malta has forced its way into recognition after its appearance on Game of Thrones. Then, Brangelina chose the island as the central theme for their movie By the Sea and the Malta Fashion Week found higher echelons in the fashion world. This Mediterranean haven between the coast of Tunisia and Sicily is blessed with a warm climate, perfect for taking a dip in the waters. After a day under the sun, go to Paceville, the nightlife spot of the isle and party the night away.

Best weather to visit is from May to August for warm Mediterranean-styled days.

The Party Capital

Havana: Smack in the middle of the district, this nightclub has two dance floors, six bars, and a weekend pop-up club only for 70’s and 80’s music. They mostly play modern-day R&B and parties often turn wild.

St Julian’s Hugo's Terrace: Located on the beach, this club is the place to wear your favourite attire, sip a cocktail, waltz around, and soak in the views of the Mediterranean. Its light music and gorgeous setting are ideal for a date night.

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High Heels

The Mercedes-Benz Malta Fashion Week is set to take place from May 20-27. Featuring the beau monde from the world of fashion, it is not just a fashion event but a city-wide festival. Even if you don’t get a front-row seat here, attending one of the many after parties in the capital of Valletta is just as glamorous.

Durban, South Africa

Durban is one of those underrated destinations that need to be applauded a lot more. Its high-end resorts, fashionable local boutiques, pristine beaches, art galleries, sumptuous food, and a unique amalgamation of Afro-Asian culture make it a brilliant offbeat summer destination. Durban re-established itself after the 2010 World Cup. The famous Moses Mabhida Stadium is open for travellers to ride the Big Rush Big Swing, the tallest swing in the world. The slick Golden Mile promenade exhibits a series of trendy bars and cafes. Surfers race across the warm waters of the beach, that is protected by shark nets year long.

Best weather year round; avoid April and May due to rains.

Explore with comfort

A little north to Durban is Umhlanga, an affluent neighborhood that lines up some of the best luxury stays and experiences in entire South Africa. While downtown Durban offers the best ‘Bunny Chow’ and delicious Indian food, Umhlanga is known for its premium restaurants and nightlife. Oyster Box Hotel Situated on the Umhlanga beachfront with the Indian Ocean brushing at its feet, Oyster Box is a 154-year-old colonial souvenir. Awarded for its Turkish Hamam Spa, it offers the most unique relaxation treatments like ‘Our Journey through Africa’.

If you plan on staying here, don’t forget to book the renowned ‘High Tea’ months in advance. Teremok Spa, The Dolphin Coast A relatively smaller boutique hotel, Teremok was previously a privately-owned family home of a Russian émigré. Surrounded by Milkwood trees, this hotel takes you back into the 60s: floral linen, animal skin rugs, themed rooms and enormous bath tubs.

Bay of Islands, New Zealand

Imagine sparkling blue water lashing on the shores, picnic-worthy beaches with chalky sands, colonies of fur seals and dolphins, and a growing tourism culture. The 150-odd islands in the Bay are definitely the next big thing in New Zealand. Almost 1,000 years ago, the Maori tribes settled here, eventually paving way for the first European settlers in the country.

Today, the haka dance has been replaced with hip-hop, Maori festivals with partying tourists, and family picnic spots have been taken over by water sports enthusiasts. Paihia and Russell, the signature towns in the Bay, serve as an excellent base to explore the region buzzing with fine dining options, trendy seaside cafes, and golf clubs. It is often believed that Bay of Islands has the bluest skies in the world, a reason good enough to escape the cruel winters in Asia to enjoy the Southern Hemisphere’s summer.

Best time to visit is from December to February.

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Beaches not to miss

Stunning views of the sunset, water sports, and great places to eat—these beaches have it all.

Paihia Town Beach: Conveniently close to restaurants and shops, this beach is excellent for sunbathing and swimming. The crowd is always of a mixed age in the bay, but this beach attracts the younger lot more.

Te Tii Bay: Best suited for families with children, the golden sand beach is perfect for fishing and swimming. It also serves as the hot-spot of windsurfers, kite surfers, and other water sports enthusiasts.

Oke Bay: For a dose of difference, head out of town from Russell to this beach where pods of Dolphins hop around merrily. The gorgeous sunsets and the happy animals provide the right backdrop for an Instagram pic.

Cruise Along

No trip to the Bay of Islands is complete without a ‘Discover The Bay’ cruise by Fullers Great Sights. Cruising through the 16-kilometre inlet, discover the famous ‘hole in the rock’ and the Cape Brett Lighthouse. You’re also likely to run into dolphins, failing which you will be given a lifetime free ticket for a repeat trip.

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Tulum Riviera Maya, Mexico

We’ve got to give it to the Mayans for their excellent taste in architecture, evident in the centuries-old temples. Overlooking dreamy beaches along a rugged coastline, Tulum’s ruins are reflective of its modern day outlook— stylish and smug. What once was a quiet, laid-back town has turned into a luxury destination replete with nightclubs, spas, yoga retreats, fine dining restaurants, and plush resorts. A thriving expat community—a stylish one at that—has descended upon the town in the last decade and built hotels and restaurants that have seamlessly blended with native Mexican styles. Before Tulum turns into an Ibiza, pack your Bohemian outfits and rush here.

Best weather to visit from April to May and November to March.

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Best Boutiques

Ahau Tulum: Built by David Graziano, an ex-New York pub owner, Ahau features ‘palapa’ huts built using dried palm leaves. With only 15 huts to choose from, prior reservation is a must. Expect daily yoga classes, sunrise meditation, in-house kite surfing lessons, and world-class restaurants.

Jashita Hotel: Enrico and his family from Venice landed in Tulum three decades ago and never left. They built a house here that was then converted into a 21-room luxury resort with its own private beach. The resort is still the only one in Soliman Bay.

Top Spots

Kanlum Lagoon, only 15 minutes from downtown Kanlum, there’s a dramatic change in your locale; the maddening crowd has been replaced by a turquoise lagoon. Running into this lagoon is a long pier you can sit on and watch the sun go down. Alternatively, pick a spot that best suits your Instagram personality— numerous fashion magazines have come to this part of Mexico to fill up their pages with this exotic location.

Posada Margherita, among the many ‘accessories’ propped up for great photos at this little Italian restaurant is a white jeep at its entrance. Food served here needs no filters for social media uploads or the envy of your friends back home. Don’t go without trying pastas, made with fresh, juicy veggies, at this waterfront restaurant.

Varadero, Cuba

The capital of Cuba, Havana is a concoction of rush, colours, and life. While it is the cornerstone of any trip to Cuba, a short ride away from it lies the Caribbean paradise of Varadero. An out-and-out resort town, the 20-kilometre stretch of powdery white sand is the first, second, and third reason to add Varadero to your summer bucket list. As Cuba find its feet with tourism, the biggest industry in the country, Varadero is the beach town driving it. Buy yourself into an all-inclusive beach side resort where you can expect everything from Latin jazz music, Caribbean cuisine, Cuban rum, poolside entertainment, and access to the finest beaches in the continent. Don’t expect celebrities coasting about in La Perla or Zimmerman, as Varadero is known for its urban-chic fashion even on its beaches.

Best time to visit is in April.

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Adult-only resorts

While there’s a large selection of all-inclusive, beachfront luxury resorts to choose from, a few of them are only for adult with wild entertainment and a chic-crowd. Check-in into a dream holiday at these places.

Royalton Hicacos Varadero Resort & Spa

One of the best resorts in Cuba, Royalton Hicacos will spoil you with its top-notch hospitality, dedicated butler service, massive pool with a lively bar, exciting daily entertainment, jazz bar, and free access to sauna and steam room. Although the ocean view is blocked by the beautiful park surrounding the resort, the sand is just a couple of minutes away on foot.

Melia Las Americas

Amongst all the adult-only options, this has the best ocean views from most of its rooms. It provides exclusive direct access to the popular Varadero Golf Club. The resort is just 10 metres from the beach and features as many as four swimming pools. Another draw is its spectacular spa that is widely regarded as the best in the region.

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Algarve, Portugal

Listed among Europe’s top party towns, Algarve has something for every traveller. The southernmost region of Portugal is known for its natural bays, strange rock formations, sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, and the best golf courses in the world. One can dine in world-class restaurants here or drink the finest Portuguese wine, drive a high speed bike or watch a contemporary art exhibit, party in the best night clubs or shop at the most exclusive boutiques. To top this, Algarve has a Mediterranean weather throughout the year which makes it the perfect destination to blow off some steam in style.

You can visit this place all year round.

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Aruba, The Caribbean

Aruba is often referred to as ‘one happy island’. At a few miles north of Venezuela, this tiny Caribbean paradise of about 184 square kilometres offers sun kissed beaches, all-inclusive resorts, tropical weather, Caribbean-themed cocktail parties, and an exhaustive list of adventure activities. The capital of Oranjestad maybe crowded but secluded beaches are aplenty for dwellers. The best way to show off the golden-brown tan you earned after a day in the sun is to put together your fashionable ensemble and head out for a night to one of its beautiful beach side restaurants. In Aruba, beachwear is strictly worn on the beaches and jeans isn’t considered respectful.

You can visit this destination all year round; less crowded from April and August.

Date nights

The Flying Fish Bone A 45-minute drive from the center of the island, Flying Fish Bone is a beach side restaurant and the best place to watch sunsets while you sip on your Caribbean cocktails. Afterwards, gorge on the incredible seafood.

Ruinas Del Mar A Hyatt Regency property on Palm beach, it offers excellent contemporary cuisine. The architecture takes Aruban elements like the caliche limestone and uses it beautifully in different parts of the property. Put on a long gown (or a classic black tux) and set out for a candlelit dinner.

Drink and dine

You may want to keep your diet plans off the table when vacationing in Algarve. Order from a list of fresh seafood, game meat, stews, and desserts, and wash it down with imported wines or the local drink medronho, made from the fruit of the arbutus tree.

Ocean Restaurant

Ocean is one of the only two restaurants in Algarve that have been awarded double Michelin stars. The award-winning chef creates a new gourmet menu every month inspired by local cuisines. It’s known for pairing up best wines to go with nine-course meals.

Sao Gabriel

Located in a traditional Algarvian house, it is known for reinventing internationally-praised local dishes. Order Bacalhau (cod fish) to try the innovation for yourself. The head chef is obsessed with freshness and flavours and has recently received the Chef of the Year award.

Cairns, Australia

Entry city to the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns in North Queensland is a perfect alternative to the popular Australian beach destinations like Bondi. Known for adventure sports, tropical wines, and whale watching, Cairns is a hip city when its comes to luxury stays, fine dining, swanky bars, trendy cafes, and world-class fashion boutiques. You can snack on interesting food at Cairns’ Night Market, indulge in Luxury Yoga on the secluded Mission beach, hop onto a private helicopter and fly over the Great Barrier Reef, or take it slow on a hot air balloon. If this isn’t convincing enough, head to Bedarra Islands, visited by Elton John, to wind down in one of the only eight villas built on the island.

The best time to visit this destination is from April to October.

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Experience the reef luxuriously

One cannot come to Cairns and not experience the biggest coral reef in the world, The Great Barrier Reef. Take a private helicopter ride with GBR Helicopter that will take you on a tour of the reef from the skies. To get your feet wet instead, opt for a personal super yacht tour or a luxury catamaran that will feed you gourmet dishes and take you snorkeling accompanied by a team of natural biologists, on the catamaran.

Shifting Your Style Gear

Besides shopping for newer attires in Cairns, you have a chance to try a completely new style with these world famous personal stylists known for their kickass fashion consultancy.

Cairns Central Personal Stylists

A team of two celebrated stylists, Pip Miller and Pip Addison help figure what suits you best in the most comfortable way. The latter also runs her own styling center that has been highly praised in the fashion community.

Gerlinda

Gerlinda Stella believes in making women wear outfits that make them feel beautiful every day. Her instagram account @gerlinda_ stylist has some useful tips and outfits to lust over.

Punta Del Este, Uruguay

The seaside resort of Punta del Este is the quintessential fashion capital of Uruguay, and possibly South America. Here, the Argentine, Brazilian, and Uruguayan cash-rich models, celebrities, and businessmen spend their summers. Widely-lauded as the new Rio, Punta del Este is not just awash with gorgeous beaches but also have glitzy hotels, raucous discos, yacht parties, and a Vegas-style casino. Top-dollar houses are so common that the biggest property brands in the world have set up shop in this unassuming corner of the world. If you wish to score a private party hosted by the impresarios, ensure you’re dressed at your best as you’ll be competing for an invite with South American models.

The best time to visit this destination is from December-April for parties and beaching.

Rock the party

When in Punta del Este, partying endlessly goes without saying. Parties begin as late as 1 am and hits the high note only during sunrise. Moby Dick The nucleus of social scene in Punta del Este, it is a mini-wonder that cannot be missed. The party kick-starts early but hits fever pitch deep into the night. Conversations will be drowned in the music and the floor will be thudding with the collective hop. It runs through the year unlike most other places in the town.

Tequila Until December hits, this disco is just a run-down vacant building. But it converts into a luxury club in the summer. Frequented by celebrities, media persons, and entrepreneurs, it is so exclusive that finding a spot here can be hard irrespective of the amount of money you’re willing to throw in. Av Eduardo Víctor Haedo at Las Espum.

Hvar, Croatia

Situated in the Dalmatian region of Croatia, Hvar is undoubtedly the party center in Croatia. Famous for its lavender fields, old town feel, white wines, and sunny climate, Hvar is blessed with some of the best beaches in the world. During the day, walk around the stony Renaissance buildings, sip on coffee in bustling cafes, skinny dip in the waters of Jerolim, spend days under the sunny sky at Bonj Les Bains, and browse art galleries and boutiques scattered all over town. In the evenings, put on your party clothes and dance to the tunes of world-renowned DJs in nightclubs. Whether you like jazz or electronic music, dance floors or beach parties, crowded clubs or intimate gatherings, Hvar has something for you.

The best time to visit this destination is from May to October.

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Less Whine, More Wine

Wine in Hvar has a history of more than 2,400 years, leading back to the time when Greeks colonised the region. The sloped lands of Hvar have been producing excellent wine that finds its place in Michelin-starred restaurants around the world. On a wine tasting tour with Hvar tours, spend a full day tasting boutique wines, indulge in a meal amidst olive trees, and dive into the history of these award-winning wines.

Live It Up In Hvar

Jerolim Beach The island has the most gay-friendly beaches in Croatia and some of the top ‘FKK’ (nude) beaches in the world. It is a hidden gem just 30 minutes off a boat ride from the Hvar town. Head here for some quiet time and to capture #nofilter pictures for your Instagram account.

Hula Hula Hvar reasons to visit: Best sunset views and cocktails to go with it. Before the music soars high, ‘rent a beach’ which in Hula language means that you get access to sunbeds, VIP tables, and open air massage pavilions. 

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