Galveston being an island, it is surrounded by sand, even though in many places it was replaced by concrete and rocks reported. The city itself has its own beaches and has 32 miles of sandy beaches. The best two are certainly East Beach and Stewart Beach, both located in the north-east of the island. However, we must not expect paradise beaches. If they have the advantage of being large, their sand is far from being the end of the world. Other beaches are a little more famous, that of Galveston State Park and the famous West Beach, facing the Gulf of Mexico in the middle of the island.
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