Our favorite Pink Beaches that Perfectly Match your OOO Mantra- “Rosé all Day”

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Our favorite Pink Beaches that Perfectly Match your OOO Mantra- “Rosé all Day”


As we start bracing ourselves for the coldest winter months of the year ahead, we can’t help but daydream about the beaches that are so breathtaking, you’d think they were photoshopped! Here are some of our favorite beaches that compliment Sea Star Beachwear’s drink of choice- Rosé!


  1. Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda

 Perhaps one of the most photographed beaches of Bermuda, Horseshoe Bay is every wanderlista’s dream beach. With its blush pink beaches and clear turquoise waters, it’s no wonder why Horseshoe Bay is the favorite among vacationers and locals alike. The bending cliffs that surround the inlet break the large surf to allow a much more relaxed beach experience. If you’re feeling adventurous, clamber up the rocks and sand dunes along the shoreline and discover many of Horseshoe Bay’s captivating caves and tide pools. Otherwise, sit back under one of the cabana-striped umbrellas populating the beach and enjoy the lull of the beautiful lapping waters.

  1.  Pink Beach, Komodo, Indonesia

Pink Beach, one of the larger Komodo Islands, offers awe-inspiring views of grassy mountains that disrupt the clear blue skies above, juxtaposed with the bright pink sands and turquoise waters below. Beyond the panoramic views, many vacationers flock to the uninhabited island to behold one of the more unusual creatures that inhabit the area- the Komono Dragon. Named after the islands, this largest living lizard is often seen tottering along the coast or cooling off with a swim on a hot day. The marine life of Pink Beach easily rivals these native land animals at this isolated paradise. Snorkeling groups enjoy the island’s coral reefs and indigenous fish that filter along its shallow waters. After a long day of snorkeling and sunbathing, enjoy the romantic sunset that forms a pink aura as the sun dips into the coastline.

  1. Pink Sands Beach, Harbour Island, Bahamas

Dubbed by Forbes as the “crown jewel” of the Caribbean, the effortlessly chic Harbour Island boasts miles of soft pink beaches. Only three miles long and a half-mile wide, the little island has flown under the radar of many vacationers. Harbour Island has been a best-kept secret among A-list celebrities and fashionable New Yorkers who flock to the island as a respite from the bustle of the big city. Rent a bike at one of the local bike shops and take in the beautiful English colonial-style cottages painted in brilliant pastel hues throughout the island. After just one day, you will be utterly captivating by this quaint and charming island’s picturesque paradise.


  1. Elafonisi Beach, Crete, Greece

Often overlooked in favor of the well-saturated vacation hotspots Mykonos and Santorini, Elafonisi Beach is one of Greece’s more laid back beach destinations. However, despite its more relaxed nature, the beautiful whitish-pink sands and shallow turquoise waters make Elafonisi beach one of the most beautiful and exotic beaches in the world. Located just off the mainland of Crete, Elafonisi Beach is home to many rare species of animals and unique patches of vegetation that serve as a stark contrast to Crete’s mountainous terrain backdrop. And, unlike the plethora of beaches Greece has to offer, its dunes, cedar trees, white lilies, and native birds that populate the island remain relatively unharmed by mass tourism. No cars or buildings are allowed on this uninhabited island. Due to its shallow waters, vacationers are able to traverse the beaches to get to the island’s main body of land, on some occasions you may not even have to get your feet wet! Pack a pair of our Beachcomber Espadrilles and head to this dreamy paradise for your next getaway.




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