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10. Ocean City, New Jersey
This cute coastal town has all the ingredients for a rousing good time: eight miles of wide, lifeguard-staffed beach, a boardwalk lined with souvenir shops and snack bars, an amusement park, and a water park.
9. Isle of Palms, South Carolina
Life on this barrier island offers the perfect mix of proximity to Charleston, a carefree lifestyle, soft beaches, and beautiful Lowcountry-style houses.
8. Kapalua Beach, Maui
It’s no surprise this Hawaiian beauty is popular among pinners. Framed by towering coconut palms, Kapalua's sunny strand tumbles into teal-colored water filled with coral and tropical fish.
7. Shoal Bay East, Anguilla
This gorgeous island has a disproportionate number of five-star resorts and restaurants for its size, but its real draw is the wealth of white sand strands.
6. Sandy Spit, Sandy Cay
This small nature preserve in the British Virgin Islands is great for snorkeling and swimming, thanks to crystal-clear water and a shallow reef.
5. Viti Levu, Fiji
Divers—from beginners to the know-no-fear variety—say Fiji is the spot to don a wetsuit. This stretch of crystal-clear South Pacific Sea, called Bligh Water, is known for its vibrant coral reefs in hues of magenta, emerald, and gold.
4. Cinnamon Bay Beach, St. John, USVI
More than half of this idyllic island is occupied by Virgin Islands National Park, a pristine swath of protected land, sugarsand beaches, and beautiful underwater reefs.
3. Portsmouth, New Hampshire
As one of the oldest cities in the country, this seaside enclave boasts beautiful historic architecture and plenty of culture to enjoy with its indie theaters, art galleries, and annual film festival.
It's the wild, salty-haired, and stylishly bohemian sister of the flashier Oahu, Maui's Hollywood scene, and the always-bustling Big Island.
1. Puerto Rico
It's hard not to feel swept away when strolling 500-year-old cobblestone streets surrounded by Spanish Colonial architecture in Old San Juan, or staring at the sunset on the beaches of Rincón.