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Unearthing Gems: 5 Mysteriously Exclusive Hidden Beaches Every Luxe Traveler Should Explore

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Smuggler's Cove, Zante, Greece

Ever dreamed of relaxing on a hidden beach with the clear azure sky above and the tranquil aqua sea before you? Welcome to Smuggler's Cove! This hidden paradise, reachable only by boat, got its name from the shipwrecked smuggler's boat that still rests on its sands. It's a fascinating piece of history boxed in a panorama that could rival any postcard! (psst, and the reduced chances of running into your boss or ex here – priceless!)

Contenta Island Beach, Florida, USA

Florida isn't all about Disney World and Miami's nightlife. It's home to Contenta Island Beach, which boasts of a tranquil setting away from the bustling city. Surrounded by lush green palms and a personal butler service, you'll feel so pampered; you might forget about going back!

Playa del Amor, Mexico

Love is in the air and under the sea! Playa del Amor, also known as the Hidden Beach, is tucked inside a cave with a massive hole in the roof allows sunlight to bathe the sandy beach below. No resorts, no sellers - which means you have to pack your own margaritas! Still, it's worth unearthing this Mexican marvel.

Musha Cay, Bahamas

A private island owned by the famous illusionist David Copperfield, it comprises 11 islands in total with a personal chef and a performance by David himself if you like! So, if you fancy a trip where the rest of the world disappears (quite literally), Musha Cay is the place for you.

Whitehaven Beach, Australia

Australia's Whitehaven Beach is an enviable stretch of pure white silica sand and clear turquoise waters. The catch? It's only accessible by helicopter or seaplane. The bonus? Sunbathing with the exotic wildlife – just make sure you apply enough sunscreen on the kangaroos!