Plemont Beach/Plemont RNLI lookout Point (Jersey)

Plemont Beach15100717301_b978e93f86_bPlemont RNLI look out westy48 on flickr” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by  westy48 

A beautiful beach with rock pools and sea caves.


Kalya Beach/Dead Sea (Israel)

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Kalya has a population of 300 and depends mainly on agriculture, primarily consisting of dairy farming and raising date palms, watermelons and cherry tomatoes. The kibbutz also runs the Israel Nature and Parks Authority visitor’s centre of the nearby Qumran Caves, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found. At one time, the kibbutz operated a water park.

A private beach run by the kibbutz is popular with Israelis, Christian pilgrims and tourists. The wooden building near the seashore where people can drink, eat and chat is rightly called the lowest bar in the world (-417), some lower of the entrance one. Since the easing of travel restrictions in the West Bank and the removal of major roadblocks, Palestinians also come to swim there.

The kibbutz serves as a rest stop between Jerusalem and Ein Gedi due to its proximity to the Beit HaArava Junction between Highway 90 and Highway 1.
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Beach on the island of Düne located 1 mile to the east of the main island Heligoland

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Kourion Beach—Akrotiri (U.K.)

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Small sandy beach located in Imgiebah Bay near Selmun (Mellieha), Malta

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Fond Għadir (also spelled Font Għadir), the stone beach at Triq it-Torri in Sliema, Malta

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