Clearest places for swimming around the world


It is not possible to find clean waters for swimming these days as the oceans and seas are getting dirty every day. There has been very little natural water in the world that protected its clarity. Here are the last places you can swim before getting dirty.

Bahia de Ias Aguilas, taking place in the Dominican Republic, is one of the clearest places for swimming in the world. This magnificent place, also known as Eagles Bay, has a sandy beach of 8 km length. Bahia de Ias Aguilas lies on the border between the Dominican Republic and Haiti. The visitors like its being isolated from civilization.

Sardinia, one of of the islands of Italy, has one of the most beautiful waters of the Mediterranean. It is famous for its turquoise color. It is known as the pearl of the Mediterranean with its water.

San Andres Island, taking place in Colombia, is one of the most unique spots in the world, combining iguanas, tortoises, rare bird populations, spectacular fish species, and the crystal waters.

Comino Island which is like a paradise for swimmers and divers, is also a favorite spot for filmmakers. It is one of the most beautiful places in Malta. It hosted Troy, Swept Away and The Count of Monte Cristo movies with its unique nature.

Lake Torch is the tallest lake in Michigan with its 31 km long. It is a frequent stop for cancas, fishermen and divers.

Exuma is a complete paradise in Bahamas with its blue sapphire waters. It is  one of the most famous stars of the world.

Bora Bora which is hosting to the luxury hotels, is one of the most romantic and most beautiful honeymoon locations. Apart from swimming in clear waters and sunbathing in clear white sand, it hosts exciting activities such as feeding dogfish.

Culebra Island is one of the most popular weekend escape spots for Puerto Ricans. Culebra Island, one of the clearest spots in the world, is a paradise surrounded by white beaches and palm trees.

The Dog Island  is one of the heavenly spots of the world with its white sandy beaches and the extremely friendly native people. In the island, tourist boats come to the shore and serve the visitors by the help of the generators.

Miles of white sandy beaches and impeccably clear waters of Belo Sur Mer welcome the visitors. However, the situation in the waters of Madagascar is also valid here and swimming is risky in Belo Sur Mer waters due to the strong tides.

Malaysia’s tiny island Tioman is an ideal spot for those who like to dive. Tioman Island, which has eight main villages, is actually full of forests. The island is a popular scuba diving spot with its coral reefs. The island, which has duty-free status, is surrounded by numerous resorts and mountain houses.

Arnensee is a lake in Switzerland’s canton of Bern. You can swim in clear but cool waters of Arnensee, catch fish or make picnic. Also Arnensee is an ideal place for walking.

Playa Blanca is about one hour away from the main port of Cartagena on Baru Island. It is known as the pearl of the Caribbean with an immaculate beach. It is a tremendous place for snorkeling and swimming with its quiet and hot water.

Phi Phi Islands is the largest island and the only permanent settlement of Thailand. In addition, it is the only non-volcanic island in the region. The visitor rate is very high between 11.00-15.00 hours on the island where transportation is provided by ferry.

Aitutaki is one of the 15 islands forming the Cook Islands. It has a population of about 2,000 people.  Aitutaki is the second most visited island of Cook Islands.

Corfu is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea and depends on Greek history from the beginning of Greek mythology.

Rio Azul is a short river in the Patagonia region in Argentina. It is very cold because it is a glacier-fed river. Due to the predominance of wild fluctuations, it gives very aggressive responses during the rainy season. It is the reason for preference for water sportsmen because its fast flow.

Kahana Bay in Hawaii’s Oahu Island has a well-preserved natural beauty. Hundreds of tropical fish species, calm and clear waters are a perfect reconnaissance spot.

St. George which is located at the eastern end of Bermuda is one of the clearest waters in the world. It takes place in the world heritage site of UNESCO.

Primošten is a town in Croatia. It is located between the cities of Šibenik and Trogir on the South of the Adriatic coast. Primošten’s largest beach, Raduča is one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in Croatia.

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