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You won't find hoards of tourists at these 15 secluded beaches—just unspoiled sand and surf.

  • 1. RIALTO BEACH

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    Olympic National Park, Washington

    It might not be a sunbathing destination, but rugged Rialto Beach has some of the best views along the Pacific Coast.

  • 2. KAIHALULU RED SAND BEACH

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    Maui, Hawaii

    It takes some maneuvering along a rocky trail to get to Kaihalulu, but visitors who make the trek are rewarded with a quiet, secluded cove and stunning red and black sand from Ka'uiki Head, the cinder cone hill located above.

  • 3. SOPOT BEACH

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    Sopot, Poland

    The water in the Bay of Gdańsk might be too cold for swimming, but Sopot—home to the longest wooden pier in Europe—is also home to several spa resorts.

  • 4. AGONDA BEACH

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    Goa, India

    Goa has been a popular beach destinations for years now, but if the crowds get you down at the more popular Palolem Beach, just head 10 minutes north to Agonda, a pristine beach lined with rustic shacks.

  • 5. DUONG DONG BEACH

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    Phu Quoc, Vietnam

    Vietnam's Phu Quoc island has a number of idyllic beaches—all with white sand, warm water, and palm trees.

  • 6. CAPRERA ISLAND

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    Sardinia, Italy

    The mostly uninhabited Sardinian island of Caprera is rich in deserted beaches with aquamarine waters.

  • 7. BALANGAN BEACH

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    Bali, Indonesia

    Some of Bali's most impressive surfing can be found at Balangan Beach, a lesser-known beach just 25 minutes from the Denpasar airport.

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