A name given to a day in January reported to be the most depressing day of the year, Blue Monday falls on the third Monday of the month each year. Helping you avoid the sadness many of us are due to feel on this day, we have selected some of the bluest destinations from across the globe to encourage relaxation and inspiration. Release positive thoughts and look forward to great year as you strive to achieve your goals  – whether it be visiting your dream destinations or something else…

Navagio Beach, Greece

Beach Navagio in Zakynthos, Greece

The most famous and most photographed beach in Greece, Navagio Beach (also known as the Shipwreck) is home to the wreck of a ship named Panagiotis. Believed to have been a smugglers ship, Navagio Beach gained another name of Smugglers Cove. An isolated sandy cove accessed only by boat, it’s striking beauty attracts many tourists yearly.

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Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Thatched roof honeymoon bungalow on Bora Bora

Undoubtedly the most celebrated island in the South Pacific, Bora Bora lies northwest of Tahiti in French Polynesia. Known for its luxurious resort destinations and scuba diving, it is surrounded by a turquoise lagoon protected by a coral reef. Visited by romantics from around the world, the artist like palette of blues and green is sure to evoke love at first sight.

Moraine Lake, Canada

Moraine lake

This glacier-fed lake is situated in the beautiful Valley of the Ten Peaks in Banff National Park.  One of the most photographed lakes, it’s water is known to be the most amazing colour – a vivid shade of turquoise which changes in intensity as the glaciers melt through summer. Surrounded by mountains, a waterfall, and rock piles creating the most stunning scenery, it is a place which will certainly take your breath away. Whether you would prefer to take in the sights whilst breathing in the fresh air, or explore by canoeing or hiking, it will certainly leave a lasting impression of natural beauty.

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Grand Anse Beach, Seychelles

Grande Anse beach

Boasting stunning contrasts of turquoise waters and soft sand against a mountainous backdrop, Grand Anse is the longest beach on Praslin. It is a suitable place for swimming and water sports, although visitors should be careful of the sometimes strong currents and waves generally large by Seychelles standards. That said, this is a beach which differs from others in the region with plenty of beauty and charm.

Wineglass Bay, Tasmania

Image Source: Tours Tasmania Image Source: Tours Tasmania This flawless crescent of glistening white sand and sea the colour of sapphire is considered one of the top ten beaches in the world. Part of the Freycinet Peninsula and encompassed within the Freycinet National Park, this secluded sandy beach is a favourite honeymoon destination. The perfect adventure, it is a great place for fishing, sailing, bushwalking, kayaking, rock-climbing, or simply soaking up the beautiful scenery whilst enjoying the sun.

Crane Beach, Barbados

Crane Beach, Barbados

Arguably one of Barbados’ (if not the Caribbean’s) most stunning beach, Crane Beach has the softest sand with a hint of pink and is surrounded by dramatic cliffs. It is exposed on the south-east coast meaning the waves are large and great for surfing. If the large waves aren’t for you, take a small boat around 250 metres offshore and enjoy a swim up close to the turtles.

White Beach, Philippines

White Beach, Boracay, PhilippinesOnce a sleepy island, the tropical paradise that is Boracay has emerged from the backpacker trail and is now one of Asia’s holiday hot spots. Sprawling white powdery sand, White Beach is the most famous on the island and has a stunning view of the sun setting into the beautiful blue ocean.

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