Top Ten Beaches in the World 

Sunset at Poipu Beach (Hawaii)

Poipu Beach

Poipu Beach (Hawaii). If you believe in Paradise, this is it. In terms of a beach, this is definitely a world-class beach and should not be missed. Absolutely breathtaking! Poipu Beach is recently named America’s top beach by The Travel Channel with the most extensive golden sand and provides a host of activities for travelers and beach-lovers.

 

 

 

 

 

Las Islas Cies of Galicia (Spain)

Las Islas Cies of Galicia

Las Islas Cies of Galicia (Spain). Situated on the stunning Spanish Atlantic Coastline is Galicia, which is host to a stunning beach called Las Islas Cies. One of the most valuable assets of this beach is a boat trip from Baiona, which takes approximately 40 minutes and displays the breathtaking landscape to full advantage. Long ago a pirate’s haunt, it is now an unspoiled national park that is open in the summer.

 

 

 

 

Matira Beach, Bora Bora

Matira Beach

Matira Beach, also another not-to-be-missed beach! Matira Beach is one of those magical islands of Bora Bora that makes up French Polynesia in the South Pacific. Long and lazy stretches of beach with whispering shores is what you can expect from Matira Beach. In fact, Matira Beach is as magical and enchanting as it comes. It’s not called the world’s most romantic beach for nothing. People flock to Matira Beach to make proposals

 

 

 

 

Tayrona National Park of Colombia

Tayrona National Park of Colombia

Tayrona National Park of Colombia. With an impressive wildness of crashing waves on the untamed and partially deserted beach of “tayrona”, it is easy to see why this Columbian gem has such enduring popularity. Miraculously, the property developers are still being kept at bay, so it has remained a remote and raw beauty to marvel. In the past 10 years, the popularity of Tayrona has increased hugely, aided by it’s new status as a National Park.

 

 

 

 

Porto da Barra of Salvador (Brazil)

Porto da Barra of Salvador

Porto da Barra of Salvador (Brazil). One of the first beaches that most people get to know in Salvador is Porto da Barra. This is a stunning location that never tires, where something is always going on – from the small fishing businesses to sports and, sometimes, just with people looking at the fabulous sunsets.

Maroma Beach (Mexico). Often nominated as one of the best beaches in the world, Maroma Beach is Mexico’s most exclusive beach hideaway. Maroma Beach is more like a holiday resort getaway destination offering a combination of luxurious resorts and spas; and 500 acres of beach and rain forest.

 

 

Pink Sands

Pink Sands

Pink Sands and South Sands – nestled on the edges of Salcombe. A contending beach would be the Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro. The beaches are filled with beach-goers almost all year round and who can blame them? Inexpensive accommodation and traveling makes these beaches the top few beaches in the world!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nungwi, Zanzibar of Tanzania

Nungwi, Zanzibar of Tanzania

Nungwi, Zanzibar of Tanzania. You’ll know when you’ve reached the beautiful beaches of Tanzania, as fine white sands will scrunch beneath your toes in greeting. The beaches serve as homeland for marine life, with a shallow coastline, sapphire water and coral build-ups that stretch for miles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Whitehaven, Whitsunday Islands of Queensland (Australia)

Whitehaven, Whitsunday Islands of Queensland

Whitehaven, Whitsunday Islands of Queensland (Australia). The drop-dead gorgeous beach of Whitehaven has a unique speciality in it’s fine, white sand. Surrounding this is clear and warm water, amidst tropical forests and with enchanting islands encircling it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Palawan of the Philippines

Palawan of the Philippines

Anywhere on Palawan of the Philippines. The Philippines is deserted island paradise consisting of over 7,000 islands. Tourists can now experience this amazing panorama for themselves and hire a fishing boat, sailing off to create their own “Beach”.



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