Top 17 Best Beaches in the World

Whether you’re looking for a sandy area, alone or with your loved ones, you feel like the most beautiful beaches on the planet and hidden bays on tropical islands, party shimmering places, you’re in the right place. We show you the most beautiful beaches in the world.

1. Matemwe Beach ( Zanzibar – Tanzania)

Matemwe is an excellent enclave to dive among corals and sail aboard a dhow, the typical sailing vessel of the Swahili coast. A long line of palm trees shading the white sand is the characteristic image of Matemwe Beach in northeast Zanzibar.

2. Zlatni Rat(Golden Horn Beach) – (Brac – Croatia)

The Golden Horn is the most popular beach of all Croatia’s beaches & bays on the Adriatic. You’ve probably already seen it on some Croatian postcards, traveling brochures or advertising banners. It’s not just its shape that makes it so beautiful and unique. The pebble beach is surrounded by crystal clear sea, that goes from turquoise blue to dark blue in just 10-20 meters.

3. Whitehaven Beach (Whitsunday Islands – Australia)

Whitehaven Beach is the pristine, pristine beach on Whitsunday Island, the largest of the 74 islands in Whitsunday. Whitehaven Beach brilliant white silica sand that is among the purest in the world. It’s right in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, and is one of the world’s most unspoiled and beautiful beaches.Because of the silica, the sand doesn’t retain heat, so it’s a fantastic place to walk on barefoot, even on a hot day.

4. Playa Ruinas (Quintana Roo – Mexico)

This unique beach on the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula is pure paradise. With its vibrant arts scene and world-class restaurants, Tulum has established itself as one of Mexico’s premier tourist destinations. It’s considered one of the best beaches in the Riviera Maya,  with gleaming white sand and dramatic cliffs.

 5. Cala Macarelleta (Minorca – Spain)

The southern coast of the Balearic island brings together some of the best beaches in Spain. Cala Macarella and her little sister, Macarelleta, are an excellent example of this Mediterranean landscape.

Minorca, the first point of dawn in Spain, is like the country’s morning ambassador. The beaches here are very beautiful and surprisingly, relatively empty. Jewel-colored waters attract water skiers, windsurfers and sailors like magnets.To thoroughly enjoy a day on these beaches it is essential to wear goggles and snorkel.

6. Mu Ko Similan İslands (Phang Nga – Thailand)

Archipelago and national park, the nine small islands of Similan in the Malay language, similar means nine . They are a paradise in the middle of the Andaman Sea. Every month, thousands of people join the parties on the beach where all kinds of entertainment are accompanied by music. In the daytime you can enjoy this lovely island with its beautiful white sandy beaches and coconut trees. If you are a diver, you can visit Sailrock for great dives.

7. Secret Lagoon – El Nido (Palawan – Philippines)

El Nido is a cluster of 45 islands just off the tip of Palawan, which is famous for its Secret Lagoon. Swim through a hole in the limestone rocks to enter a hidden bay with crystal clear water and soft sand. It feels untouched, with white sandy beaches and tropical jungle.

 8. Playa Bonita (Las Terrenas – Dominican Republic)

One of the best beaches in the Dominican Republic, a great beach to stroll and relax, a few minutes drive from the city. On the Bonita beach, the main elements of an idyllic Caribbean retreat come together: palm trees, fine sand and crystal clear waters . A little frequented beach, ideal to immerse yourself in the greens and blues of the Caribbean, and forget about the rest of the world for a few days.

9. Tunnels Beach (Kauai – Hawaii)

Tunnels Beach (Makua) is the ultimate snorkeling and scuba divers beach. This crescent shaped bay is fringed by palms and Ironwood trees. The golden sand beach has a backdrop of lush jungle and mountains making this a picture perfect beach. Tunnels is a favorite surfing, winds surfing and kite surfing beach. Lava tubes form the many underwater caverns give Tunnels it’s name as well as a magical underwater world to explore.

10. Palombaggia Beach (Corsica – France)

The southern tip of the long island of Corsica brings together beaches that, like Palombaggia, exemplify the purest Mediterranean. Another attraction of Palombaggia is its proximity to the Cerbicale Islands, a nature reserve inhabited by a multitude of seabirds. Corsica is also a lively, island-free French island for travelers seeking tropical honeymoon holidays.

11. South Beach (Miami – Florida – USA)

South Beach; It is known for its beaches, dazzling atmosphere of nightlife and restaurants of famous chefs. Chain stores and independent clothing stores are lined up along the pedestrianized Lincoln Road Mall shopping line. Open-air cafes along Ocean Drive, known for its well-preserved art deco architecture, offer views of the city.

12. Psarou Beach (Mykonos – Greece)

When you say Mykonos, you immediately think of bright white buildings, turquoise sky and golden sandy beaches. Psarou beach with its turquoise waters and sheltered bays is popular with celebrities. The reason everyone wants to come here is the beautiful landscapes, swimming in emerald green waters and water sports. You can do water skiing, jet skiing, surfing, horse riding, parasailing, or save your energy for the night, as most of the visitors to Mykonos do. 

13. Corniche Beach (Abu Dhabi – UAE)

The Corniche coastline is a magnificent open-air center overlooking the splendor of the open Arabian Gulf with its wooden sidewalks and walkways lined with benches and gardens. There is a children’s playground surrounding the Corniche beach, separate bicycle and footpaths, cafes and restaurants, and many free sports facilities including a volleyball court, football field and playground.

 14. Pig Beach (Grand Exuma – 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.

 15. Kanuhura Maldives (Lhaviyani Atoll – Maldives)

Located on a private island in East Lhaviyani Atoll, Kanuhura Maldives offers a beautiful outdoor pool and a luxurious resort with an on-site water sports center. So it’s hard to choose just one beach in the Maldives because they have wonderful beaches apart from each other. Surrounded by popular dive sites, Kanuhura Maldives is a 40-minute seaplane ride from Male International Airport.

16. Cala di Volpe (Sardinia – 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.

17. Koekohe Beach (Moekoki Boulders – New Zealand)

The natural sandy beach at Moekoki Boulders – Koekohe is famous for its mysterious round stones weighing several tons, similar to a giant dinosaur egg scattered along the coast, and took millions of years to form. As well as the bizarre boulders Koekohe beach is also home to some interesting wildlife. There is a yellow-eyed penguin sanctuary, a seal colony and Hectors dolphins can be seen playing in the waves off the beach.



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