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Do you prefer to spend your day at a secluded or busy beach?

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When it comes to fun in the sun with your family and friends, do you prefer the quiet of a secluded beach or do you enjoy the hustle and bustle of a major beach with lots going on?

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I much prefer secluded or semi-secluded beaches. There is one near us which can only be accessed by driving over sand dunes so although I live in a busy city I can go to a beach which usually only has a few parties at one time. It's the best of both worlds because you can easily get a spot on the beach and can walk along relatively uninterrupted, but there are people around in case anything went wrong and someone needed help.
Secluded beach for sure. There is nothing worse than swimming with heaps of people around you. Secluded beaches are enjoyable and peaceful which is what I prefer to experience when at a beach.
Secluded every time.
I definitely prefer a more secluded beach with some busyness. I would avoid a crowded beach for safety reasons.
I've been a bit spoiled, having been to a lot of secluded, beautiful beaches. I definately like the peace and quiet that goes with that, but the flipside is that those beaches aren't patrolled by life guards. Though ironically the closest I have ever come to drowning was on a patrolled beach and it was my Dad, not a life guard, who saved me.

If you swim at a secluded beach you need to bear in mind some basic safety stuff, like don't go alone, take at least one friend with you in case you get a cramp or caught in a rip or something, and take note of the tide. There are times of day that are safter for swimming than others.

Another concern is that beaches that aren't set aside for swimmers are often classed as roads and you have to watch for cars which can be going quite fast. That can be a problem if you have young children who can be impulsive.
I'd prefer secluded but with the kids would like life guards...so secluded but patrolled ;)

Busy beaches are the pits. Sorry, but I'm not going to reveal my favourite secluded beach.
Secluded - it's quiet, which is exactly what I need to relax.
by Vee
Semi secluded, I would like it to be busy enough that there is life guards present as if I were at a beach it would likely be with little ones.
Secluded beach wins hands down.
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