Anse Cocos and Sarakiniko Beach both stand a real chance of making it to the final match of the World Championship of Beaches
The Kiwi.com World Championship of Beaches is on the home stretch with only days separating us from the announcement of 2021’s winning beach. One of this year’s semi-final match-ups will take place between Anse Cocos of Seychelles and Greece’s Sarakiniko Beach. Get involved and vote for your favorite beach on Instagram Stories @kiwicom247.
Anse Cocos versus Sarakiniko Beach could turn into a game of two halves
While both beaches have made it to the semi-finals with a characteristic mix of skill and determination, your votes will determine the true winner of this match.
Seychelles’ Anse Cocos has proven to be in stellar form from the outset of this year’s championship. It has dominated almost every game so far, not allowing opponents to get a foothold in any match so far.
This paradise off the African coast nearly slipped up once when it almost needed extra time to get past Venezuela’s Los Roques Archipelago, only defeating the South Americans by 0.4% of the vote.
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The European favorite, Sarakiniko Beach, represents the north shore of Greece’s Milos Island. It stands out from the line-up with its volcanic rock formations and an almost lunar-like appearance. However, it’s proven itself a formidable opponent, demonstrating its endurance against Maspalomas Dunes beach in the Canary Islands, turning the tide in the last seconds and securing its position as matchwinner.
The championship’s semi-finals will kick off on June 17
Both Anse Cocos and Sarakiniko Beach have been on their best form yet, proving they deserve to be in the spotlight in this year’s semi-finals. Voting for your favorite beach starts on Thursday, June 17 on Instagram Stories @kiwicom247 and will be online for 24 hours. Tune back in for semi-final results on June 18 and see which two beaches will compete in the final of the Kiwi.com World Championship of Beaches.
Get there and get involved on @kiwicom247 so you can decide, once and for all, which beach will be crowned world champion.