In New Zealand you will find a variety of mostly fine white sand beaches. The beaches outside the big cities are usually little or not visited. Miles of bays are not uncommon.
Turquoise blue waters with white sandy beaches are reminiscent of the South Seas. Many coastal regions with their beaches are difficult to reach as they have no road access. In these remote areas could form a subtropical vegetation.
On the other hand, the picture in the inhabited areas is different. There is usually a lot of activity on the beaches and in the coastal area. Most New Zealanders are water sports enthusiasts. Almost every family has its own boat. In the north of New Zealand on the Coromandel peninsula you can still find almost untouched beaches where you can walk for miles without meeting a human being.