Most Beautiful Places for water Lovers

Most Beautiful Places for Water Lovers

Posted by  on July 2, 2013 at 5:00 am

Some people claim they are, “a water person.” They gravitate toward water and shorelines in search of a connection to relax the senses and calm the mind. There is something special, soothing and aesthetically pleasing to eye, which is why we see water and beach pictures on calendars, desktop screen savers and promotional advertisements. If you’re an aqua-lover, get ready for the most beautiful sites you’ll ever lay your eyes on.


Boracay Island | Philippines
Private, pristine aqua water stuns the eye as visitors explore the water above and below the surface through swimming, kayaking and scuba diving. Some days the water is aqua blue and others the water is turquoise-green. This beach is an award winning TripAdvisor destination voted by beach goers from around the world.

Whitsunday Islands | Australia

Explore endless shoreline for as far as the eye can see. White sand beaches and crystal clear blue waters attract visitors from around the globe. A mirage of white and blue streaks fuse together to create one magnificent view and photograph. Airlie beach is the most popular destination in the Whitsundays.

Porto Katsiki, Lefkada Island | Greece
Porto Katsiki is one of the most popular beaches in Lefkada and known to be one of six most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. A massive cliff that forms a highly photogenic backdrop amidst the bright blue shoreline protects the beach.

Pangong Tso Lake | Himalayas
Dramatic mountain-scape is situated on the shores of this endorheic lake. Located at the foot of the Himalayas, the lake runs from India to Tibet This low micro-vegetation lake is free from pollution, boats and life, except for a few crustaceans. Bring your camera as these vibrant blue colors tricks the eye to believe you are in a tropical resort.

Golden Horn, Brac Island | Croatia
This is one of Croatia’s most spectacular beaches. This beach has a unique shape, similar to a long, slender tongue. What’s even more unique is that the beach changes shape, dependent upon the wind. Visitors can find everything here from scuba diving to sunbathing.

The Twelve Apostles | Australia

The Twelve Apostles is a collection of jagged limestone stacks situated amidst the beautiful turquoise shoreline. This is a place for sightseeing, not swimming, but is highly photogenic in nature. The sunset features a stunning silhouette view of the stacks in front the setting sun.