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Escape to one of the many beaches and tropical resorts in the virtual world Second Life. Join the hot fun in the sun!


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PAL Park

PAL Park

PAL Park is a lovely family-friendly venue with many amenities. Whether single, a couple, or part of a family there's something for everyone. Included is a sizable playground area, games, picnic area, cafe, and more. Avatars of all ages, Zooby and other brands of baby or pets are welcome.

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Baja Isles

Baja Isles

Come and relax in the warm tropical beach paradise of Baja Isles, a beach region by Lauren Bentham. Breathe in the fresh salty air while you feel the warm breeze on your face, explore the island with friends or loved ones and watch the wildlife of this nostalgic paradise beach. Don't forget your camera, so you can take home some photo memories of your visit.

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The Shack

The Shack

The Shack is a surfing beach and also home to the Shack mainstore, where you can find C-3 and X-3 surfboards and beach rezzers.

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Tranquility Dreams

Tranquility Dreams

Welcome to Tranquility Dreams! The houses are private rentals and the rest of the land is public. Enjoy the tranquility of the dunes. Share your images in the flickr group: flickr.com/groups/tranquility_dreams

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Serendipitous Sands

Serendipitous Sands

Sparkling shallows, sand and ocean mist. Beautiful public tropical islands to explore with landscaped beach homes available for private furnished/unfurnished rental. Live pirate radio broadcasts & performers are found @ 'I Am A Rock' - the hidden eclectic subterranean musical cavern. All are welcome, so come photograph and blog, explore and discover, or simply chill and relax in this lazy day hideaway!

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Kats Beach

Kats Beach

This themed region features beaches in a quaint walled town with buildings surrounding a courtyard including tables for dining outside. Enjoy a glass of wine while you watch the sunset in this wonderful spot for photographers and romantic couples.

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Bundy Reef

Bundy Reef

Bundy Reef is a surf beach for the enjoyment of the SL surfing community. Here you'll find surfable waves and free surfboards to ride for free. Come enjoy and hangout at this beautiful tropical beach.

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Mediterraneo Coffee & Lounge Bar

Mediterraneo Coffee & Lounge Bar

Mediterraneo Coffee & Lounge Bar is a place to relax and meet friends in a fashionable location and with a wonderful ocean view. From the beach, it is also possible to drive a boat, sail in the Blake Sea and discover other beautiful islands. Mediterraneo, the perfect place for your leisure and laziness.

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Higher Ground Music Magazine Public Beach

Higher Ground Music Magazine Public Beach

HGMM is a music blog/fb page with a venue in Second Life. Musicians are interviewed and shared with the public. The beach is an extension of this created to make group members, as well as newcomers to SL, feel welcome. It's a comfortable safe place to hang out and relax or have some fun riding the jet ski in the open waters, watching a dolphin play, dine or dance on the beach. Visit the blog at highergroundmusicmagazine.blogspot.com

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Shaka Brah Surf Beach Community

Shaka Brah Surf Beach Community

Shaka Brah Surf Beach Community is an adult-oriented venue that offers gorgeous tropical views and secluded spots to romance your significant other. They also have surfing, fishing, board games, and more! A warm Shaka Brah welcome to all Second Life Residents!

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Please note that many venues listed on this page are not owned, managed or supervised by, or otherwise affiliated with Linden Lab, and Linden Lab does not endorse any of these venues. We provide this information solely as an informational service to the Second Life community.

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