When was the last time when you walked barefoot? Our ancestors did not have any kind of a shoes as they go barefoot and went all natural. They were more aware of walking surface because they deal with it more intensely.
Going barefoot also brings many health benefits for our feet. Walking barefoot entails constantly adjusting to irregularities on the ground, it strengthens and exercises the foot muscles. Also for children and teenagers, going barefoot is a good way to contribute to the development of healthy feet.
When you’re in the urban area or living there, chances are that your shoes stay firmly on your feet. When you travel abroad, however, you have the perfect opportunity to reconnect your extremities with the great outdoors. There are countless destinations around the globe brimming with beautiful beaches, lush grass and stunning scenery. Here are a few spots where shoes are definitely not required.
1.Matira Beach, Bora Bora, Tahiti
If you’re planning your honeymoon and want to sink your feet into the sand, Matira beach on Bora Bora is the perfect destination.
2.Myrtos beach, Kefalonia, Greece
Тhis mile and a half stretch of warm white sand, often referred to as one of the most dramatic beaches in Greece for sure is to captivate even the most seasoned of travelers. Lose your flip flops and take a barefoot stroll along the water’s edge for the best view of the surrounding cliffs and shimmering horizon.
3.Nai Harn Beach, Phuket, Thailand
One of the famous and dream destination, Phuket with the Nai Harn Beach offers you tremendous barefoot field. Nai Harn is a very nice spotless beach, tucked between grassy hills and tiny islands, and popular among expats and locals.
4.The island of Vis, Croatia
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The island of Vis offers you a spectacular window onto the azure ocean, as well as plenty of sand in which to sink your toes.
Its largely untouched by the tourism boom that is spreading across Croatia, this island is a tranquil retreat just crying out for some barefoot exploration.
5.Pfeiffer Beach, California
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Not occasionally good for swimming, Pfeiffer beach is ready for your expedition. It is perfect for a day trip and the chance to spot some patches of purple sand.