America may not be known for their killer beaches, but I’m about to tell you that there are SO many of them. Because the country is so vast and has so much of it touching the shorelines of the Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Pacific Ocean, there are beaches of nearly every kind.
I can fortunately say that I have been at each coast and each one was beautiful and unlike the other. If you’re debating heading out to America to visit a beach anytime soon, make it one of these.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
South Carolina has about 60 miles of beach. That’s right. It’s so extremely vast that it’s hard to pick the best spot but I would have to say that Myrtle Beach is truly the most beautiful and well-known. With so many tourist activities and beautiful beach to enjoy, it’s a must-see.
Huntington Beach, California
If you truly love surfing, then this is one of the most popular places to surf in California. Having been famous for its beautiful beaches and incredibly easy and fun waves, you’ll really find nowhere else in that region that compares. I even first learned how to surf there! It’s spectacular.
Venice Beach, California
If you’ve never heard of this beach then you’ve been clearly deprived of, well, everything. Venice Beach is one of the most popular tourist destinations in California. And for good reason, too! There are so many food stands, shops, street performers, and not to mention miles of beautiful white sand beaches. If you love entertainment and beaches, then Venice Beach is the place to be.
If you like living the high life, Nantucket is the place for you. Many of the nation’s wealthiest go-getters strive in this lovely little town on the beach during the summers. The beaches are incredible and the water so blue you wouldn’t believe it. It’s also fairly exclusive since much of the island is inhabited by wealthier people, so you can even have some privacy.
Clearwater Beach, Florida
Someone didn’t just name this beach Clearwater for no reason! It has some of the clearest and bluest waters you will ever see. And don’t even forget about that beautiful white sand beach. The sand is so soft that sometimes I even forget it’s a beach at all! This is a must-see if you ever come to America for any reason.
Cape May, New Jersey
This quiet little beach town is certainly unique. It has vast beautiful beaches that are enjoyable from early spring until late fall. You will also be surrounded with amazing architecture from the early ages and many bed and breakfasts to stay in that will make you certainly fall in love. If you head down to the beach you will find seafood stands and little boutiques that you can’t find anywhere else.
There are hundreds of miles of beaches in America, but these are just a few that certainly top my list!