Last Updated on January 7, 2021
Now that’s the sun is starting to get warmer, we would want nothing more than sitting next to the ocean, sunbathing, and listening to the waves as they slowly touch our feet.
However, we really don’t want to blend with tourists that had all of these beaches swarmed and full. It would be impossible to just sit and relax for a full 10 minutes without being annoyed with loud yelling or without being kicked with the sand by a running child. Plus, playing Tetris in real life with these people is not even that fun.
Fortunately, our planet earth has thousands of miles of coastline, 372,000 miles to be exact. It may take you a while to find the one that suits you best, but the good news is you will and it will be your favorite seaside getaway.
To make it easier for you, we have collected some of the most beautiful beaches that are known to have the least-trafficked locals, which is exactly what we all need.
Cayucos, California: Cayucos State Beach
Cayucos is labeling itself as the last California beach town because the shores still have the old-school vibe that we no longer can find. One of the best things about it is it still offers a budget-friendly vacation.
Basically, if you are interested to experience the rustic ranches, surf-friendly waves, and rustic ranches, all in one American beach, then Cayucos State Beach is where you should go. After all, nothing compares to a nice summer vacation filled with drinks that have the taste of an old school pub.
Koh Sukorn, Thailand: Ban Koh Beach
Koh Sukorn is known as the pig island for reasons we can’t yet comprehend, but all we know is that the destination offers the best vacation for travelers. You will never have to worry about traffic because there are only 3,000 people (most of them are farmers and fishermen), and they all call this place their paradise home.