The beach is a fantastic destination any time of the year. Whether you want to escape the chilly temperatures or enjoy your summer to the full, there is a vacation destination for you. You may even want to consult a broker on how are considering getting a permanent place of their own by the sea. If you’re looking for a sandy getaway, here are ten breathtaking options.

1. Maldives

You may have seen your favorite influencers live their best lives here in an over the water bungalow. The Maldives are located in the Indian Ocean, southwest of India and Sri Lanka. There are 1,192 islands in the country and only about 4% of the underwater mountain range that makes up the country is visible. The islands here are warm all year round and invite you to relax.

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2. Maui

If you want to stay in the US there isn’t much better than that Maui. Maui is the second largest island in Hawaii and is known for its pleasant weather and beautiful sunsets. It has been voted “Best Island in the USA” by Condé Nast Traveler for over twenty years. Maui offers wonderful hiking opportunities, as well as opportunities to spot humpback whales and other marine life. Its always fashionable to be seen in Hawaiian Clothing when wandering around the Big Island.

3. Cancun

Cancun is a famous spring break destination, but it has so much more to offer. Whether you are looking for a family resort with lots of entertainment or a romantic all-inclusive getaway, you will find it here. You can walk on white sandy beaches, swim in the crystal clear waters, and shop in the popular tourist malls. If you like bars, nightlife, margaritas and Mexican cuisine this is the place.

4. Fiji

It turns out that Fiji is not only famous for its bottled water. This beautiful country is a great diving destination as well as a beautiful place to be surrounded by tropical nature. If you love the outdoors, you can go rafting, kayaking, surfing, snorkeling, and more. If you prefer to relax, there is a luxurious spa Resorts waiting for you all year round.

5. Tahiti

Located in French Polynesia, Tahiti combines French and island cultures for an incredible getaway. If you are looking for thrills, you can swim with whales. If you work remotely and want a better overview, you can take advantage of the longer stay programs that some hotels offer. There are even remote work programs like Work Without Limits that the whole family can enjoy.

6. Kiawah Island

Kiawah Island is an hour from Charleston. You can take advantage of the public beaches, which are equipped with lifeguards and chair rentals for added safety and comfort. Then you can enjoy the incredible southern food and history of Charleston. For some fall fun, consider one of the city’s ghost tours, which take advantage of the added atmosphere of the cobblestone streets and gas lamps. Whether you want to look at a vacation rental or a large resort, there are enough options to find what you are looking for.

7. Turks and Caicos Islands

This British territory is located southeast of the Bahamas and is famous for its private islands and spa resorts. Guests looking to rejuvenate can enjoy sunrise yoga, spa treatments, and meditations, among other things. Activities like bird watching, horse riding, paddleboarding, and sunset cruises are part of what draws so many visitors to these islands each year.

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8. St. Barts

This Caribbean destination is full of French speakers and luxury. If your idea of ​​a great vacation is a day on a yacht followed by an impressive meal in a high-end restaurant, this is the place for you. If you live in the United States it is a little harder to accomplish than some of the goals on this list. You have to take a connecting flight, but that is what makes it so exclusive. Like many islands, the weather is great all year round, but if you don’t want to struggle with hurricane season avoid traveling from June to November.

9. Puerto Rico

This US territory benefits from the ease of travel. A passport is not required for US citizens. San Juan is the oldest city in the United States and still has historic architecture for history buffs to explore. You can spend time on the beach, exploring the rainforest, or enjoying the downtown nightlife. With the El Yunque National Forest, traditional Puerto Rican food, and bustling festivals, you’re sure to stay busy throughout your trip.

10. Cayman Islands

Another British territory, the Cayman Islands, are a popular destination for divers and deep-sea fishermen. Like many other island destinations, they move with the times and serve digital nomads who don’t have an office to captivate them. Their Global Citizen Concierge program enables people from all over the world to work on the islands for up to two years. Even if the requirements can be demanding, the benefits are worth it.

Whether you’re flying around the world to the Indian Ocean or want to stay in the US, the above destinations have something for everyone. If you have a family, consider staying at a resort with safety logs and lots of activities for the little ones. If you are looking for a romantic getaway, one of the more remote islands gives you so much privacy that you will hardly see another soul. If you plan to move for an extended period of time, remote work programs might be your best bet.

Kimberly Fisher is a Pursuitist contributor. As a freelance writer and presenter on camera, Kimberly has toured the world and published over 400 articles in over 44 publications including Sherman’s Travel, Huffington Post, Just Luxe, Luxury Lifestyles UK, eHow, Examiner, Food Wine Travel Magazine, Luxe Beat, NiteGuide , Ocean View, and USA Today. Disclosure: Kimberly is employed by Remy Cointreau Americas.