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Some people are of the view that the best beaches are those that haven’t been touched by any type of modernization, such as those that were not yet discovered by hotels or resorts.

So if you want to see the best beaches in the world, especially those that present a preserved scenery and pristine splendor, then you might check out those offered by Indonesia, Puerto Rico, Philippines, Thailand and the Dominican Republic.

Watch this nice vid uploaded by LoungeV Films, in which the user shares,
 

These beaches will remain unknown but you may recognize them if you are an experienced traveler. The film is good for creating a lounge atmosphere, play it on your home theater and it will add a natural spirit to your interior design. Best for romantic dining as a pleasant visual and audio background.
 

So start planning your next beach holiday today!
 

 

A View of Jimena de la Frontera from a Hill

 

 

Andalusia is an autonomous community in Spain that boasts of favorable climate during the cold seasons in the country, so it is not a surprise how a good number of travelers flee to this part of the nation and flock at its beaches. 
 
Although the coastal towns of Andalusia is starting to show a booming tourism industry, its inland towns, on the other hand, still remain idyllic and rather free from the usual throngs of travelers. So Daily Mail UK travel correspondent Liz Todd visited the historic Andalusian town, Jimena de la Frontera, steering clear of the famous ‘sun and sand’ tourism found in the community’s coastal areas (“Andalucian Idyll: Exchanging the Costas for Caves, Valleys and Pretty White Villages”). 
 
Here’s a brief passage from her recent article:
 
 
Many of the pueblos blancos retain their Roman and Moorish fortifications, ruined castles from a time when defence was everything. It’s a steep climb to the top of Jimena and up through craggy rocks to the summit, but the views from the 13th century remains are wonderful. The massive rock of Gibraltar lies to the south… The town is surrounded by Los Alcornocales Natural Park, vast groves of cork oak trees that still produce much of the world’s cork supplies. They have smooth rusty red trunks to the bottom where the cork has been stripped off until at around head height there’s an abrupt cut off point. Up from there the remaining cork bark is thick and gnarly and it seems incredible they can survive such a brutal ‘haircut’. 
 
Catch the rest of her article here, and you’d be absolutely mesmerized by the picturesque towns only found in Andalusia.
 

So start planning your holiday trip to Andalusia, Spain today!

 

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