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    Beaches for young people/fashion beaches

    OSTIA beach, near Rome

    BLACKPOOL beach, England
    It's a party hang out for young english, there is a lot of part and cheap alchools

    IBIZA beach
    Ibiza's beach are the top ones for people who want to do small hours waiting for the sunrise.
    Then young people keep dancing in some morning after hour

    LLORET DE MAR beach, Spain
    It's near Barcelona, this place is more famous for its nightlife than for its beaches.

    MONTECARLO beach
    It's very popular between billionaire Russians, they don't look after spending, when it means on gorgeous girls or champagne

    MYKONOS beach, Greece
    There are many Italians, Germans and British young people who go to party there

    ST. TROPEZ beach, France
    These beaches are frequented by VIPs; they try to cause a stir, here it's the excess house.

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    ZRCE beach, Croatia
    It's party scene is quickling booming.
    Zrće (pronounced [zr̩̂ːt͡ɕɛ]) is a long pebble beach on the Adriatic island of Pag in the northern part of the Croatian coast. It is located near Novalja, about 4 kilometers from the town's center.
    The beach is a well-known Croatian summer destination for partygoers, with several all-hours discotheques and beach bars operating during summer months. It regularly features gigs by internationally known house and trance DJs at the peak of the Croatian summer season in July and August. Zrće is particularly popular among young club goers, while other pebble and sand beaches on the island are more family-oriented.

    NISSI beach, AYA NAPA, Cyprus
    It exploded as a party spot in 2002 when BBC Radio started broadcasting live from the party beach.
    Ayia Napa (Greek: Αγία Νάπα, pronounced [aˈʝia ˈnapa]; Turkish: Aya Napa) is a resort at the far eastern end of the southern coast of Cyprus, famous for its sandy beaches. In recent years, apart from being a family holiday destination, it has become a 'party capital' together with Ibiza, Rimini and Mykonos. As of late, it has become particularly popular with the black music community, UK Grime, House and Garage artists/MCs, and more recently, Scottish grime music for holidays and gigs in its clubs and other venues.

    It's a relatively new party destination, which only came to be less than a decade ago and was intended to be entertainment solely for Amsterdam locals.
    The setting is absolutely beautiful and is most well-known for its all-day Sunday parties that are held regularly throughout the year.

    BRIGHTON, England
    Brighton is considered[by whom?] to be one of the UK's premier night-life hotspots and is also associated with many popular music artists.[says who?]. There are also live music venues including the Concorde2,[30] Brighton Centre and the Brighton Dome, where ABBA received a substantial boost to their career when they won the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest. There are a large number of events and performance companies operating in the city.[citation needed]
    There are over 300 pubs in the town.

    RICCIONE, Riviera Romagnola, Italy
    Since the 1930s Riccione gained the status of a main destination of summer tourism on the Adriatic riviera of Romagna, and, together with Rimini, is one of the best known seaside resorts in Northern Italy.
    Tourism in Riccione is massive, including mostly young people attracted by the number and variety of discos, on the Riviera and in the city centre. Riccione also attracts families with children, thanks to its theme parks.
    The scores of hotels on the Riviera, one next to the other, determine the large amount of tourists flowing there in summer. The main streets of Riccione, viale Dante and viale Ceccarini have numerous night spots, discos, and hotels, but daily are run by people walking or biking. The seafront is a long boulevard, shaped by a road and an equally developed bicycle lane, that reaches up to the town's end going along the sea.
    Cycling is popular in the Emilia Romagna area and a number of Riccione's hotels have teamed up to capitalise on this. These hotels provide specific facilities for cycling tourists, including bike hire, cycle storage and tour guides.


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    top five beach for young people : -
    1. The Balearic Islands.
    2. The Canary Islands
    3. Cyprus
    4. Egypt
    5. Greece

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    These beaches turn out to be sausage fest.Lots of creeps and diseases.

    I don't like that way of partying at all.

    For example Zrće is full of Brits and Italians, many homosexuals also.


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    Ostia sucks, Fregene is way far better. ;D

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    Golden Sands beach
    Pinnarello Beach
    Baska Voda Beach
    Grand Plage beach
    Maspalomas beach

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