8 of the Most Gorgeous, Secluded Beaches in the US and Beyond

Point Sal State Beach, California

The central California coast is home to some of the state’s most beautiful beaches, but one of the most scenic and least-visited is Point Sal.

Batibou Beach, Dominica

If your definition of beach paradise includes crystal clear waters, golden sand and palm trees lining the shore, look no further than Dominica’s Batibou Beach.

Duck, North Carolina

Another North Carolina gem, this off-the-beaten-path paradise can be found in the Outer Banks between Currituck Sound and the Atlantic Ocean.

Nabule, Myanmar

In a country that is already well off the tourist trail, Nabule Beach is a remote beach getaway in the vein of Robinson Crusoe. Getting here won’t be easy.

Maguana, Baracoa, Cuba

Located in a coffee- and cacao-producing region of Cuba, Baracoa is a city and municipality at the eastern tip of the island that’s home to dozens of small.

Placencia, Belize

An emerald peninsula in southern Belize with 16 miles of sandy beach, Placencia is the definition of remote tropical paradise.

Koh Thmei, Cambodia

Most beachgoers in Cambodia head straight to Sihanoukville peninsula and its surrounding islands. To avoid mobs of flashpackers.

Gili Meno, Indonesia

Just next door to overdeveloped, highly touristed Bali is a secret of the Java Sea: the three Gilis. Enchanting Gili Meno is tiny, and visitors can make.