People move internationally for all kinds of reasons. Some move because of better job opportunities, others move for political reasons, while some move for family. But a certain number of people moving abroad is in search of their little piece of heaven on earth. Are you one of those people? Let us guess, you can picture yourself sitting on a beach, sipping cold lemonade, listening to the waves of the ocean, and not worrying about a single thing. If this is your idea of the perfect lifestyle, you’ll probably be interested in learning more about the best beach communities around the world. Read on to find out where they are and how you can get there.
Playa Grande, Costa Rica
Playa Grande is a cozy little beach town on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. It is popular as one of the best surfing spots in the country, but despite that, it has successfully retained its peaceful and slow-paced way of life. The beach here is sandy and well-maintained.
Salinas in Ecuador is officially a city, with its 50,000 residents. Despite that, it gives off a small-town vibe. People from all over the world come here to spend time on the Punta Carnero Beach, just south of Salinas. It’s sunny and warm here year round, and it is rarely too hot or humid.
Think of the beauties of Phuket, but without all the tourists and crazy prices. That’s Krabi. Although this place is becoming popular as well, it is still quite affordable and peaceful. It is basically surrounded with smaller islands, so you will have thousands of options to choose from when it comes to beaches.
It might not be as attractive as Dubrovnik, or as rowdy as Split, but it is the perfect paradise beach town. Makarska is home to some of the most stunning beaches you can think of. And the best part is, although it is relatively small and peaceful, it still offers plenty of things to do.
St. George, Bermuda
St. George is featured on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. It is a great place to kick back and escape from crowds. The water is crystal-clear and the architecture is stunning.
Set on the southern tip of France, Collioure is quite unique. It is home to only several thousand residents. It is surrounded by vineyards, and wine-production is one of the main industries here. The culture of the town has been impacted by the Catalan tradition.
Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia
This town, located in northern Tunisia, is home to around 6,000 residents. It is in close vicinity to the capital, Tunis, which means that all the amenities you might need will be near, without all the hustle and bustle of a big city. Sidi Bou Said is known as a town of artists.
Have you decided which of these beach towns is the perfect one for you? Then all you need to do is give I Love Moving a call, and we’ll make sure all your belongings get there in perfect condition. We are looking forward to helping you move!