The most beautiful beaches in the world are synonymous with endless peace, enjoyment, warmth and exoticness provided by white sand, turquoise, dark blue color of deep oceans, hot days and romantic nights. Look at the hidden paradise on the sand that everyone dreams about. We present you the ten most beautiful beaches in the world.
One of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Anse Source d’Argent is located on the island of La Digue, one of the 115 islands of the Indian Ocean archipelago. The pale pink sand glows against the granite rocks rising in the background, while turquoise water is relatively shallow and protected by a ridge from ocean waves.
From the island of La Digue it is possible to visit the neighboring islands by ferry, or even a helicopter, which is an unforgettable experience and a unique way to get to know this beautiful location, once called “the garden of Paradise”.
The unexpectedly beautiful archipelago in the Indian Ocean consists of 26 atol – coral islands of a ring or semicircular shape with a shallow bay – a lagoon in the middle. This group of 26 atols consists of about 1102 smaller islands, of which only 250 are settled, and 88 are converted into exclusive resorts.
In addition to luxury hotels and natural beauties, the Maldives are also known for the weddings. It is part of a unique tourist offer for all loving couples who want to marry and vow to eternal love, barefoot, in the ambience of indescribable beauty.
8. Bora Bora, Tahiti
One of the magical islands of French Polynesia in the South Pacific, surrounded by a lagoon and a coral reef, is only 29 km long and contoured with sandy shores. In the middle of the island there are remains of a former volcano in the form of two peaks – Paia and Ottoman.
It is also called the “romantic island” that makes it the right place for couples to relax due to isolated beaches, peaceful atmosphere and intimate hotels, and a special attraction are bungalows with transparent flooring on pedestals above the water surface.
7. The Hamptons, New York
One of the most popular places of the wealthier population is boasting with one of Long Island’s most beautiful beaches.
The coast starts around Southampton and stretches on the east to the end of the island at Montauk. From the Atlantic Ocean, sand dunes were formed from the wind.
6. Lanikai Beach, Hawaii
800 m of luminous white sand with the sound of palm trees swinging in the wind, lush tropical vegetation and a lot of sun make Lanikai one of the most picturesque beaches of Hawaii.
The coast is protected by a nearby coral reef that makes the surface of the water relatively quiet. The water is always blue-green and perfect just the ones you get to see on a postcard.
5. Nantucket Island, Massachusetts
The most popular beaches in the North Atlantic are Surfside and Children’s. The water is relatively calm, and the sand is suitable for making castles, which is one of the main entertainments on the beach.
Madaket Beach is known as a good place for surfing and sunsets that should not be missed, and Quidnet beach offers a beautiful view of the Sankaty Head Lighthouse.
4. Fraser Island, Australia
Located on the sunny coast of Queensland, 259 km northeast of Brisbane, it is the largest sandy island in the world with a beautiful beach. This world heritage is the dream of every ecologist, with 1664 square kilometers of untouched nature’s paradise – a rainforest with 1000-year-old trees growing from the sand.
Due to its beauty and tourist amenities, it is equally attractive and appealing to a wide audience of visitors – from camper ecologists to those who love and care about comfortable and luxurious accommodation.
3. St. Bart’s
One of the many islands in the Caribbean Sea is 13 km long, bordered by 20 beaches and bays, and is unique because of the mixture of French flair and relaxation.
With beautiful beaches, good French cuisine and sophisticated hotels, this place is the choice of celebrities as well as the place where many members of the jet set come to enjoy themselves.
2. Langkawi, Malaysia
The name of this island is translated as “the land of one’s wishes”. Once the island was known as the residence of the pirates, but today the concept of a welcome goes beyond all historical roots and represents an ideal hideaway for travelers who want to escape from the obligations and rush of everyday life.
White sand, lush vegetation and beaches without too much crowding are right places for holidays and relaxation and for those who want to isolate themselves a little bit.
1. Kauna’oa Bay, Hawaii
The 400m long beaches in the shape of a crescent Moon are located on Kohala Coast, where white sand, palm trees and calm, clean, blue water make it an ideal place to rest. In addition to swimming and sunbathing, fans of this place can enjoy diving and surfing as well.
However, those who choose to bathe on this beach should be careful as it doesn’t have any lifeguards. At night you can nest in the sand, watch the water, and try to see the devilfish that are active at that time.