The Most Beautiful Beaches In The World!
Beaches are beautiful when you’re seeking sun, sea and sand, or even if you just fancy taking some fresh sea air. Find out about some of the most beautiful beaches in the world right here.
1. Aigua Blanques, Ibiza
Ibiza’s beautiful Aigua Blanques beach is romantically named for the white foam that the sea breeze gently whips from the water. This 300m stretch of beach, reachable only by car, is backed by dramatic cliff faces and is one of the island’s less frequented spots meaning there is plenty of space for you and your towel. Just a word of caution though; it is also a nudist friendly beach so don’t be shocked if you do visit this gorgeous beach.
2. Søndervig Beach, Denmark
The small Scandinavian country of Denmark is perhaps not famed for its beaches, but with over 7,300km of coastline, it should be. Søndervig Beach in West Jutland has been attracting visitors since the 19th Century, and when you visit yourself, it’s not hard to see why. With rolling sand dunes and views out to the bracing North Sea, the white sand and generous width of the beach make it a beautiful place to see.
3. Whitehaven Beach, Australia
Australia is well known for its beautiful coastlines and beaches, and Whitehaven Beach located on Whitsunday Island off of the country’s north-east coast is the cream of the crop. Repeatedly coming out on top as Australia’s most beautiful beach, it really is a breath-taking place to visit. Sparkling white sand, crystal clear water ideal for snorkelling and incredible views out over the Pacific Ocean make it obvious why this is one of the world’s most beautiful beaches.
4. Pink Sands, Bahamas
With a name like Pink Sands, you know that this beach is going to be beautiful, and you certainly won’t find yourself disappointed. Located on the tiny Harbour Island in the Bahamas, the crystal clear water of the southern Atlantic Ocean and the sheltered swimming thanks to protection by a coral reef make this beach one of the most gorgeous in the Bahamas and even the world. Make sure you visit at sunset though, as this is when the sand and the edge of the sea is turned a rosy pink by the setting sun giving the beach got its name.
5. Portmarnock Beach, Ireland
Ideally located in North Dublin, the 8km long Portmarnock Beach attracts visitors and locals alike. Having won awards for its cleanliness, you can look out across the Irish Sea as you take in the fresh sea air. This beach is particularly noteworthy thanks to its stunning views of Dublin’s main harbour and the Dublin Mountains.
6. Tomini Bay, Indonesia
The beautiful Tomini Bay is located in the north of one the country’s largest islands, Sulawesi, and looks out onto the Molucca Sea. The beach itself is backed by palm trees, and the dazzlingly clear water abounds with sea-life making this a hotspot for scuba divers. You can also be certain of hot weather to soak up some rays thanks to its close proximity to the equator.