15 Wonderful Beaches that a Traveler Must Go


The world has countries with different beauties. Among these countries, there are many different beaches. Black sandy shores, city beaches and a wide range of islands with a large number of islands are waiting for travelers.

1. Pig Beach – Bahamas

Near and around the site of Ja Rule’s ill-fated Fyre Fest lies Grand Exuma, an island in the Bahamas that is home to a clutch of feral pigs and their small, feral piglets. You certainly came across this famous beach all over social media. The Major Major Cay in Exumas is uninhabited and pigs are not island-specific, so it is still unknown how the pigs first got there.

 2. Palolem Beach – India

The warm Arabian sea is washing this coast in the Indian state of Goa on the west coast. The 1.6 km sand tongue is connected by two large rocks at both ends. Until recently, houses and fishing boats were the only human proof in Palolem, but recently a new tourism infrastructure emerged. Only 12 kilometers away, the Cotigao Wildlife Reserve forests are the habitat of monkeys and Bengal tigers.

 3. Reynisfjara Black Beach – Iceland

Reynisfjara is a world-famous black-sand beach found on the South Coast of Iceland, just beside the small fishing village of Vík í Mýrdal. With its enormous basalt stacks, roaring Atlantic waves and stunning panoramas, Reynisfjara is widely considered to be the most beautiful example of Iceland’s black sand beaches. In 1991, National Geographic voted Reynisfjara as one of the Top 10 non-tropical beaches to visit on the planet.

 4. Fig Tree Bay – Cyprus

Protaras, which families prefer, lie along the sandy coastline of Cyprus’s Fig Tree Bay. The most important attraction is the magnificent beaches. The beach has golden sand, lively beach bars and plenty of umbrellas to shelter from the sun. It’s popular, so don’t expect an empty beach, but it’s so pretty you won’t mind sharing.

5. Oludeniz – Turkey

Oludeniz is a resort village on the southwest coast of Turkey. It’s known for the blue lagoon of Oludeniz Nature Park and the wide, white Belcekiz Beach.The route that chains the most beautiful sandy beaches must stop at the long bay of Oludeniz, whose placid waters have earned it the nickname of Blue Lagoon. A part of the bay is declared a national park and is an ideal enclave for paddling and diving in search of a sea turtle. The Roman ruins and Lycians are a perfect historical complement.

 6. Anse Source d’Argent – Africa

Famous for being one of the most photographed beaches in the world, this tranquil beach is a great place for wading into the shallow, warm waters of the Indian Ocean. You walk through the old L’Union Estate coconut plantation to access the beach, which has unusual bolders and shimmering sand.

 7. Cayo Largo – Cuba

The privateer Francis Drake and also Christopher Columbus landed in Cayo Largo before crossing the Atlantic. That islet located 177 kilometers off the southwest coast of Cuba is a unique destination to enjoy the sun and the waters of the Caribbean. Cayo Largo is connected by boat with Varadero and by plane with Havana, the Cuban capital.

8. Los Roques – Venezuela

Los Roques is an archipelago of Venezuela, located in the Caribbean, at 168 Km (100 miles) north of La Guaira, Caracas  port. For its beauty and ecological importance it was declared national park in 1972. Los de los Roques is a natural paradise and one of the best kept secrets of the Venezuelan coast. It is famous for its paradisiacal beaches and for having some of the most impressive underwater backgrounds in the Caribbean.

9. Horseshoe Bay – Bermuda

Don’t be fooled by the small appearance of Bermuda; With a surface area of 53.2 square kilometers and located in the Atlantic Ocean, from pink sandy beaches to historic fortresses, this island has a great history, character and charm. Named for its curving shape, the popular Horseshoe Bay Beach showcases Bermuda’s trademark crystal blue waters and pink sands. There’s also hidden caves and tucked-away coves to explore.

10. Cala di Volpe – Italy

The so-called Emerald Coast, in the north of the Italian island of Sardinia, houses some of the most beautiful beaches in the western Mediterranean. In the Gulf of Arzachena, Cala di Volpe gets the highest praise. Breathtaking views and pristine beaches best describe this popular tourist spot in the heart of the Costa Smeralda.

11. Pedn Vounder Beach – England

One of Cornwall’s lovliest beaches, set among the stunning cliffs of Treryn Dinas with crystal clear turquoise water and a beautiful white sand beach. Pedn Vounder is located at the eastern end of the bay that makes up Porthcurno cove and on a spring low tide one can walk to Pedn Vounder from neighbouring Porthcurno beach.

12. Maho Beach – U.S. Virgin Islands

Maho beach is popular with tourists. It boasts beautiful white sands and towering coconut trees, light surfing, white sands as well as St John’s beach, perfect for families and children. It’s part of Virgin Islands National Park and is free for all to enjoy. The water is generally calm, with shallow areas and tropical fish. The narrow sandy beach has plenty of sun and shade. This place is a great beach to swim and hang out.

13. Ipanema Beach – Brazil

Ipanema beach is bordered by Arpoador Beach on one end and Leblon Beach on the other end. This beach is considered one of the main centers of activity for the city of Rio. The girls on Ipanema Beach are really tall, tan, young and beautiful. Rio’s Carnival parties are a booze that includes banquets, music, dance and costumed entertainment. Christ the Redeemer, the world’s largest Art Deco statue, invites visitors to Mount Corcovado.

14. Amanohashidate – Japan

While beaches aren’t the first thing that spring to mind when you think of Japan, this beautiful pine covered sandbar is a little jewel in northern Kyoto. You can also join tourist trips around the bay or enjoy the beaches on the coastline.

15. Ao Tanot Bay – Thailand

Ko Tao Island takes its name from a large number of sea turtles that inhabit the shores. This peaceful island in the Gulf of Thailand has plenty of sheltered bays, but Tanot is the most beautiful. It’s uncrowded with warm, blue water and soft sand. Make the most of your visit by bringing snorkeling equipment for a closer look at the coral reefs near the beach. Crystal clear water facilitates visualization of large formations and tropical fish.


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