Croatia’s rocky coastline has sandy nooks perfect for basking in the sand, snorkeling, or taking a long swim in the clear, emerald water.
In Walton County, Florida, outdoor activities abound! In fact, many of the coastal dune lakes lead right to the Gulf of Mexico and offer the perfect place to paddleboard or just sit and enjoy the sugar-white sand.
The oceanfront house in Treasure Beach, Jamaica, is full of quiet moments where one can sit and enjoy the view for hours.
Airstream owners Kevin Morris and Laura Domela enjoy an Oregon coast view just outside of Yachats.
For a busy Manhattan family, a mix of antiques and contemporary pieces in their Long Island weekend retreat creates the perfect setting for kicking back together.
Our favorite feature of producer John Landau's Islamorada, Florida, home is the serene view.
The annual beach polo match at Pere Marquette Park Beach on Lake Michigan captivated us this year.
This beachfront residence in Truro, Massachusetts, was moved back 70 feet and is now protected by the dunes.
An Orion Zodiac takes visitors under the hauntingly beautiful King George Falls in Western Australia’s Kimberley Coast.
Tourists ride camels along Cable Beach near the coastal town of Broome, the gateway to Western Australia’s Kimberley Coast.
The quintessential California girl, Pamela Anderson, opened her contemporary Malibu home to talk to us about architecture, reinvention, and life on the beach.
Maybe it’s the sheer beauty or the crisp clear Northern Light, but Monhegan Island, Maine, has been attracting artists for at least a century.
Hiking trails on Monhegan Island lead to the Whitehead Cliffs for a great photo op on clear days.
One of our favorite postcards from Moshup Beach on Martha’s Vineyard. The photographer, Julien Capmeil, was inspired to create temporary rock sculptures after seeing them on other beaches around the island.
The beach offers the perfect venue to throw together a picnic with family and friends.
While there are multiple vistas and lookouts along Hwy 1, the view in Big Sur calls loudly to us. It’s gloriously dramatic and quiet all at once—you can see it for yourself across from Los Padres National Forest.
This guy captured our editor’s heart in the Galapagos.