The rugged trail in Lo Zingaro seems to puts off many beachgoers, leaving the coves to you and a few locals.
Ventnor, Isle of Wight
Helen Campbell. Sicily is fabulous — still quite unspoilt, certainly in the south around Montalbano country. Sampieri beach, a few miles south of Ragusa, boasts a vast expanse of pretty much deserted golden sand, and nearby are the Unesco-listed towns of Scicli, Ragusa and Noto, all built in beautiful baroque style. Anne Crockett. In the height of summer, Taormina swarms with cars, Italian families and tourists.
Moray Coast Trail
Get a Negroni from the fringe of cafe-bars on the boardwalk around the bay in preparation for a cool dip. Snorkelling is amazing, with great visibility of fish and rock formations in clear water. Drift around the island to watch twinkling lights from clusters of boats and sunset hitting the clifftop opposite. When visiting buzzy, bonkers Palermo, take a minute bus ride to Mondello beach to unwind, take a dip and enjoy incredible seafood.
Buy a bus ticket from any tobacconist, then take the bus direct to the seaside.
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There are plenty of seafood restaurants, but we went to Trattoria Simpaty it had featured on a Rick Stein documentary with a stunning sea view, delicious fresh seafood and a good wine list beware: bottles of water cost a fortune. Laura Potter. The beach is long and sandy, and the sea is perfect for bathing.
Gold Coast, Queensland
The town is full of narrow and pretty roads with interesting shops and restaurants overlooking the beach. It is well worth visiting the beautiful and historic Norman cathedral, although it is quite a steep climb from the main town. Jennifer Lunn. The photograph is special because a storm has since torn the pier down, and economic development replaced our old motel with a street of glamorous beach houses.
But the place is still all about memories for us. Living landlocked as we do in Pittsburgh, we still try to make it to Topsail Island in the summer and probably always will.
If she had been wearing gloves and boots, and with the beach toys hidden, one would have thought this was a snow setting! I will be 70 in January , and my first trip to Tybee Island was in the summer of My favorite time is the off-season, when all the crowds are gone. The North Shore is so peaceful and beautiful, and I have wonderful memories of watching this white boat float along the coast. It was amazing to watch the ocean transform itself like that.
The sunset was amazing! Allison sent us this photo of her yellow lab, Abby, frolicking on the beach in Marblehead, Massachusetts.
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It is printed on waterproof material and so can survive hostile weather. The layout of its contents is both attractive and well thought out.
"First sentences establish a contract with the reader about what is to come."
The book is illustrated by excellent, full-colour photographs throughout. The coast is generally unspoilt with fine beach and cliff scenery A welcome companion to walking in a very attractive but unfrequented area of Scotland. Clear, colourful and another gem from Rucksack Readers.
The Moray Coast Trail is a breathtaking and beautiful walk, and now there is the perfect guidebook to help you get the most out of every step. Combined with the inland Dava Way, you have a week's walking as good as anywhere in Scotland. This superb guidebook makes the perfect companion to north-east Scotland's finest long walks. This guidebook contains all you need to plan and enjoy your holiday on and near the Moray Firth: detailed description of the Moray Coast Trail from west to east, and Dava Way from south to north summaries of distance, terrain and refreshments for each section details of visitor attractions and side-trips richly illustrated habitats and wildlife planning information for travel by car, bus and plane contacts for accommodation maps showing both routes at , in full colour, with 65 photographs rucksack-friendly and on rainproof paper.
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