8 Best Secluded Beaches You Can Have to Yourself this Summer


Sunshine, sea breeze, a chance to show off your gorgeous new bikini there’s so much to love about a day at the beach! Well, except for the crowds. We prefer beach getaways that don’t require navigating a cluttered maze of coolers, umbrellas, and beach balls. Wouldn’t you agree?

Whether you’re looking for romance or relaxation, you’ll find it at one of these idyllic beaches. The only thing better than a day at the beach is a peaceful day at the beach, and these secluded beaches offer just that.

8 Best Secluded Beaches

#1: Tahiti Beach on Elbow Cay, Abaco

Aerial view of Tahiti Beach and Elbow Cay in Abaco, Bahamas
Aerial view of Tahiti Beach and Elbow Cay in Abaco, Bahamas

Nestled on the southern tip of Elbow Cay, one of many islands on the 120-mile-long Abacos chain, Tahiti Beach is a hidden paradise. Coconut palms line this serene beach which looks out onto the calm, clear waters of the Atlantic. It’s the perfect spot for swimming, sunbathing, or collecting seashells at low tide. Plenty of shallow stretches make it an easy spot for lounging with little ones. Tahiti Beach is accessible only by foot, bike, or boat, making it significantly less crowded than other spots in the Bahamas. Most visitors come by boat. Lounge in harmony with the blue Abaco water in a swimsuit from our Modern Muse collection.

#2: Whitehaven Beach, Australia

Whitehaven Beach along Whitsunday Island, Australia
Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island, Australia

Whitehaven Beach is a stunning, scientific marvel. Its sand is composed of 98% silica, meaning it doesn’t get hot like normal sand. Dig your toes into the sand and enjoy! While Whitehaven Beach is one of the most photographed beaches in Australia, in part due to an inlet with constantly swirling waters, it’s 7 km long and rarely too crowded to enjoy. Look to our Go with the Flo-Ral collection to match Australia’s rich greenery and blooms.

#3: Baía de Sancho, Brazil

Baía de Sancho in Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
Baía de Sancho in Fernando de Noronha, Brazil

This Brazilian beach is tailor-made for adventures. The route in feels like something straight from an action film: traverse a dirt road, then make a cliff-side descent down a series of rickety ladders. Once there, you’ll be rewarded by gorgeous turquoise waters and coral reefs teeming with marine life. Since Baía de Sancho faces the mainland instead of the Atlantic, its waters are peaceful and, best of all, uncrowded. Arrive in adventurous style in a suit from our Do or Diamond collection.

#4: Smuggler’s Cove, Greece

"Smuggler’s Cove," Navagio Beach in Greece

While officially named Navagio Beach, Smuggler’s Cove gets its nickname from its mysterious past and the rusting ship which now dominates its shore. The abandoned freighter ran aground in 1980 on a rumored smuggling run and now provides shade and character to this magnificent Mediterranean beach, which is accessible only by a boat ride through brilliant blue waters. With slight greek key patterning and a nod to olive trees, our Dirty Martini collection is perfectly suited for your next Mediterranean adventure.

#5: Monkey Beach on Tioman Island, Malaysia

Monkey Beach in the National Park of Penang, Malaysia
Monkey Beach in the National Park of Penang, Malaysia

Make some new friends at this aptly named Malaysian beach! While you’ll more than likely see monkeys here—which have been known to steal tourists belongings, so be careful!—the beach shouldn’t be too crowded by humans. Surrounded by lush rainforest, Monkey Beach can be reached by either boat or an hour-long jungle hike from Salang. If you’ve ever wanted to be an Island Goddess, this is your chance!

#6: Luskentyre Beach, Scotland

Turquoise waters of Luskentyre beach on the Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland
Turquoise waters of Luskentyre beach on the Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

Located outside the town of Harris in the Outer Hebrides, Luskentyre Beach is proof that beautiful beaches don’t need to be tropical. Stunning cliffs and picturesque dunes surround vividly blue, pristine waters. Relax on smooth sand or take in a stunning British panorama (and get an adrenaline rush) with a ride on the 4 km bike trail. Scotland can be cool, so don’t forget to pack a cover-up.

#7: Don Pedro Island, Florida

Summer sunset on Don PedroI Island in Florida
Summer sunset on Don PedroI Island in Florida

No “Best Beach” list is complete with mention of the Sunshine State! While you’re probably familiar with the snowbird-filled shores of South Beach and the Gulf Coast, Don Pedro is small barrier island you might normally pass up—but it’s certainly not one you want to miss. Sunsets are stunning, seashells and shark teeth are plenty, and the island’s seven-mile stretch of sand is pristine. Come over for a day on the car ferry or rent a house on the island for real relaxation. Our Painted Love Laceup collection is feminine, floral, and flirty—perfect for Florida!

#8: Sandbridge Beach in Virginia, United States

Sandbridge Beach in Virginia Beach, Virginia with beach grass on dunes and ocean background
Scenic Sandbridge Beach in Virginia Beach, with sand dunes and sea grass

Just 12 miles north of the North Carolinian border, Sandbridge Beach provides a much more laid-back experience than the busy beaches of the Outer Banks. Dotted with private homes and spacious rentals, Sandbridge is a peaceful beach where you can relax and enjoy the Atlantic Ocean without the chaos of more crowded coastal communities. Embrace East Coast charm in a classic black swimsuit.

No matter where you choose to soak up some Vitamin D, you can’t go wrong when you wear a La Blanca swimsuit. Pick a botanical print to match your destination or keep things classic in a solid color bikini. Shop swimsuits online and enjoy free shipping and returns on orders over $75.

Blogger @stylesbynegar in Maori Tribe Laceup Mio
Blogger @stylesbynegar in Maori Tribe Laceup Mio

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