The Most Beautiful Beaches in the World


We know, it’s only April and you can’t stop thinking of summer already and you can’t stop longing for the icy cocktails that you’ll be sipping all day long while lying next to the turquoise water. Sounds fantastic, doesn’t it? Well, we suggest you to start planning your tropical getaway now to have an unforgettable time.


Let us show you some of the best and most beautiful beaches in the world so you can pick out your destination!

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Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda

Perhaps one of the most beautiful and most famous beaches in Southampton Bermuda. Why? Well, it stands out because of its turquoise water, jagged cliffs, and pink sand, yes that signature pink sand. And it is named Horseshoe because of its resembling shape of one.

Honopu Beach, Hawaii

It doesn’t get any more secluded and distant than Honopu Beach. There aren’t hiking trails or roads that lead to it. In fact, the only way to access it is by swimming from an offshore boat or from the neighboring Kalalau Beach, which will take you about a 0.40km swim. But the whole hassle is worth it: dark beige colored sand surrounded by cliffs, waterfalls cascading down and the best part is, most of the times there is not a single soul in sight. This paradise can be yours.

Harbour Island Beach, The Bahamas

A hidden treasure, Harbour Island is a small island just northwest of Eleuthera Island in the Bahamas. The island is known best for its long pink sand beaches that stretch along the eastern shore, pastel-colored cottages with picket fences and spectacular restaurants.

Trunk Bay, St. John, Virgin Islands

Trunk Bay is a beach on St. John in the United States Virgin Islands. This famous white sand, turquoise water beach is one of the most photographed beaches in the US Virgin Islands. It offers spectacular snorkeling, extraordinary views and so much more beauty that you won’t believe until you see it!

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El Nido, Palawan, Philippines

El Nido is best known for its white sand beaches, coral reefs and the Bacuit archipelago, a group of islands with steep karst cliffs. We can assure you personally that it has one of the prettiest and unspoiled beaches in the world.

Blue Lagoon, Turkey

No, it’s not the Blue Lagoon in Iceland, this Blue Lagoon is located in Ölüdeniz, a resort village on the southwest coast of Turkey and is considered to be the most beautiful place in the whole of Turkey. Definitely, you have to visit the beaches on the Blue Lagoon, it won’t disappoint you with blue waters and scenic views.

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Navagio Beach, Greece

Navagio beach or sometimes known as “Smugglers Cove,” is said to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. A picture perfect setting awaits you at this lovely beach. Tourists from all over the world come to get photos of the famous shipwreck happened in 1980 known also as Panagiotis.

Grace Bay Beach, Turks and Caicos

Beaches in Turks and Caicos will never disappoint, but have you ever heard of Grace Bay? It currently holds the position of World Travel Awards’ World’s Leading Beach Destination and Trip Advisor’s 2nd best beach in the world. The entire beach stretches 4.8km long and is super clean, with clear water, white sand, no rocks, seaweed or pollution.

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Cala Deia Beach, Palma de Mallorca

Cala Deia is a gorgeous small pebbled beach on the west coast of Mallorca with clear waters and rock pools — it is very inviting for a swim. You can also easily enjoy the picturesque setting while eating good seafood.

Anse Source d'Argent, Seychelles

Anse Source d’Argent is probably the most famous beach in Seychelles, and certainly one of its most breathtaking sceneries you’ll see. The combination of clear water, sand and granite formations makes it one of the most picturesque beaches in the world.

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Rabbit Beach, Lampedusa, Italy

By far the best beach in the Mediterranean Sea. Rabbit Island Beach, Lampedusa, Sicily, is in the wildest part of the island in the National Park and ironically it is not home to an overwhelming rabbit population, but there is other wildlife around! The beach is known best for its crystal clear water, soft sand and aquamarine colors – perfect to take that flawless Instagram picture.

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Bora Bora is more than an ideal romantic destination: it is a romantic reality. And it is not a surprise that it is internationally known for honeymoons and bungalows that you would choose for such a kind of holiday. The island is located northwest of Tahiti in French Polynesia. The best part about the island is that you can be as active or inactive as you wish to be.

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One Foot Island, Cook Islands

Tapuaetai or also known as One Foot Island is one of the 22 islands in the Aitutaki atoll, a ring-shaped coral reef, of the Cook Islands. For two consecutive years, One Foot Island was voted the best island resort in the world. It is also renowned as one of the most unforgettable snorkeling.

Cala Goloritze, Italy

Cala Goloritzé is a beach located in the town of Baunei, in the southern part of the Gulf of Orosei, in Ogliastra, Sardinia. You would want to put this place on your bucket list. The water has unbelievable shades of blue and green – no wonder that Cala Goloritze has been under the UNESCO Heritage Site since 1995. This beach is the perfect example of what Sardinian paradise looks like.

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Whitehaven Beach, Australia

Is it heaven? No, it’s only Whitehaven beach. It is not just a 7km stretch beach along Whitsunday Island in Australia but is also one of the most unspoiled and top beaches you’ll find. Whitehaven Beach was rated the #1 Beach in the South Pacific in the TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards in 2017 – we can see why, the beach is washed by swirls of blue, green and turquoise water and the sand around the sea is 98 percent pure white silica. Want a piece of that paradise?