Because daydreaming is free
We may be smack, bang in the middle of winter – but that doesn’t mean we can’t pretend we’re lying somewhere warm and tropical. In light of Blue Monday on January 15, we thought we’d warm your spirits and heighten your wanderlust with rounding up the destinations where you can find the bluest water in the world.
From hidden water holes in the Pacific Islands to isles off the coast of Colombia and an island inhabited by swimming pigs, it’s time to start planning your summer holiday.
1. Cala Macarelleta, Menorca, Spain
On the south western side of Menorca, this bay is a stunning mix of turquoise water and white sand beaches. The waters are shallow and clear which makes it a perfect swimming spot for families and you can usually get return flights for around £60.