Planning your next tropical getaway? Be sure to look at All That Is Interesting’s articles, photographs, and travel tips for the best beaches on the planet!
When A Day At The Beach Was Fancy: Blackpool, 1954
Excessive amounts of skin and booze while seaside make us long for the days when lipstick, sun hats and ponies were standard beach fare.
1937: When Surfboards Weighed 100 Pounds And Men’s Swimming Trunks Were Actually Short
Behold, the beach's golden days.
Two Weird Beaches You Have To Visit In Hawaii
No, green, black and weird beaches aren't some sort of Dr. Seuss fiction. They're real, and they're in Hawaii.
Australia’s Very “Manly” Beach
While originally meant to pay tribute to the virility of Aboriginals, we think this place should be called "Beautiful Beach" instead.
Hawaii’s Hidden Beaches
The 10,000-resident town of Kapaa, Hawaii might not be the height of all that is urban, but it definitely is home to the naturally awesome.
A Gorgeous Underground Beach In Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Looking to catch some rays but want to avoid neon and likely too tight swimsuits that tend to come with the beach? Head to Puerto Vallarta.
Daytona Beach In 1904 And 1957
Daytona Beach's hard packed sand has makes it an ideal location for cars--and as these photos reveal--buggies.
Spain’s Cathedral Beach
Beyond their size, these arches (located on the Cantabric coast) are so sublime because they can only be seen when the tide is low.
Glass Beach’s Bejeweled Shores
Glass Beach's glittering "sands" are testament to the transformational powers of time and nature, explore Glass Beach with beautiful photos and videos!
Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur’s Mini Yosemite
The pristine preservation you can see here today comes largely thanks to John Pfeiffer, the stubborn cabin dwelling citizen for which the beach is named.
The Quaint Glamour Of Rio’s Red Beach
Overwhelming visitors with its steeply-sloped sands, Rio de Janeiro's impressive Red Beach offers natural and tranquil elegance in a city known for its extravagant nightlife.