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Atlantic City, New Jersey, US...Great beach plus a hot gambling place
Near the towns of Torquay and Jan Juc, 100 km south-west of Melbourne.
Three miles of Golden Sands. Overloked by three pleasure piers and the Tower.
Bondi, Sydney, New South Wales. Approximately 1 km long.
Surfing Mecca of Australia. Situated in beautiful NSW.
Endless white sands where US troops landed in the 70s
On the Arabian Sea, Clifton, Karachi, Sindh.
New York magnificent barrier island and natl. seahore with some public beaches but miles of wilderness. world famous playground.
NSW. Macleay Valley Coast.
For two hours either side of low tide at this Coromandel beach, a dig in the sand will unearth hot spring water to feed your very own beachside pool.
Florida, US. Funky, but neat with gentrification, South Beach, etc.
NSW. Just north of Coffs Harbour.
NSW. Located north of Hawks Nest and backed by Myall Lakes National Park. Untouched by development.
151 km long. 2nd longest uninterrupted beach in the world. Stretches from near Port Albert to the man-made channel at Lakes Entrance.
Ninety Mile Beach is the longest beach in New Zealand (although it is actually only 60 miles long). It is well-known for its white sand beach and majestic dunes.
One of the D-Day landing sites; home of the American Cemetary
7 mile long beach on the shores of Carmarthen Bay on the south coast of Wales. Famous for landspeed records.
Actually about 5½ miles long
Devon, England. A naturist beach. The site of the ill-fated Exercise Tiger in 1944 which used Slapton due to its similarity to the proposed D-Day landing sites.
Geraldton, Western Australia. Usage: Summer windsurfing, winter surfing and fishing for taylor.
A "clothing optional" beach on the French Riviera
Situated in Weymouth Bay, beside the town Weymouth, Dorset.
Pacific Palisades, California
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