Blog Profiles: Beach Blogs

Welcome to Blog Profiles! Each week, we select a topic and handful of blogs that do a great job contributing to the conversation. We’re feeling those summer vibes and thought we’d take a look at beach blogs this week. Do you have a blog that deserves recognition? Tweet our writers at @BeyondBylines.


I just spent a week on the beach — in Corolla, N.C.

I love spending time on the beach.

The waves rolling in, salty air, and sunshine make me feel at peace.

Here are a few beach blogs we love.

1. Salt in our Hair

Nick and Hannah, who call The Netherlands home, have a passion for travel and photography. They set out to show people the world beyond their 9-5 job.

I recommend reading Surf and Chill at the Beaches of this Beautiful Island, The Netherlands, How to Spend a Barcelona City Trip (3 days), and Staying in the most beautiful area of Mauritius.

Follow @saltinourhair on Twitter.


Credit: @saltinourhair on Instagram

2. Adventurous Kate

At 26, Kate quit her job to travel the world alone and become a travel blogger.

Solo Female Travel in Lebanon: Is it Safe?, A Weekend at the Wylder Hotel in Tilghman Island, Maryland, and 13 Reasons to Fall in Love with Costa Brava, Spain are all great posts.

Follow @adventurouskate on Twitter.


Credit: @adventurouskate on Instagram

3. Aquabumps

Eugene Tan combined his love of photography, surfing, and the web to create Aquabumps in 1999. The site now consists of a team, who are based mainly in Bondi Beach, near Sydney, Australia.

Check out: Keyser’sEarly Onshore, and Mohasuwei.

Follow @Aquabumps on Twitter.


Credit: @aquabumps on Instagram

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Stephanie Donovan is a Senior Customer Content Specialist at PR Newswire, who edits client news for distribution. She is an avid runner, enjoys yoga, and likes to find ways to live green. In her free time, she likes discovering new music, keeping up to date on the best new TV shows, and traveling. If you’d like to connect, you can find her on LinkedIn

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8 Responses

  1. Jay Lang says:

    Wow! what a wonderful list of beach blogs. Will be sure to check out all of them

  2. Cloyster says:

    This is amazing article, these beach blogs are just amazing. Thanks mate for this great article.

  3. Spencer says:

    Great selection of blogs here. I wasn’t aware of the Salt in the Air one so its good to discover it. Thank you!

  4. Beach Token says:

    Very informative Blog. Thanks for posting.

  5. Thanks for these useful informations. I will definitely go to one of these places during my vacation.

  6. Roger Raffee says:

    If you’re going to the beach and have time to learn to surf. Check out my book:

    How To Surf – From Beginner to Great Surfer in Just Three Weeks! by Roger Raffee


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