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Beaches. In other words, what else can be said? These places are the epitome of paradise, ideal settings in which one’s only need is to find a comfortable place to relax (and a decent bit of sunscreen coverage, of course). Despite the fact that all of these locations have a certain vibe, no two beaches are the same. That’s not how things work in nature. Hidden beaches are just as enchanted as their better-known counterparts; these tropical paradises hold their own against their metropolitan counterparts. These beaches are some of the most beautiful in our breathtaking world.

Top 10 Most Beautiful Beaches in the world

  1. Saud Beach
  2. Shipwreck Beach
  3. Nungwi Beach
  4. Hyams Beach
  5. Bora Bora
  6. North Bay Beach
  7. Copacabana
  8. Clearwater Beach
  9. St. Lucia
  10. El Matador State Beach

Top 10+ Best Beaches in the World

1. Saud Beach | Luzon, Philippines

If you’re looking for Southeast Asian beach pleasure, this is the place to be. Saud Beach on the island of Luzon is a foregone conclusion. Its white sand gradually slopes into the clear-as-glass water, like a real-life example of a zero-entry swimming pool. Swim in the calm surf, have lunch beneath a thatch-roof cabana among the palms or rent an outrigger canoe.

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2. Shipwreck Beach | Zakynthos, Greece

The Greek island of Zakynthos, often known as Zante to those in the party scene, attracts multitudes every year to its infamous Laganas strip. But you’d be remiss if you didn’t go off the strip and into some of the world’s most spectacular beaches, including Shipwreck Beach. Shipwreck is only accessible by boat and has white cliffs, turquoise waves, and the Zakynthos Marine Park, which is home to slippery seals and clever turtles.

3. Nungwi Beach | Tanzania

Nungwi Beach is one of Tanzania’s most popular tourist destinations, located near the same-named fishing hamlet on Zanzibar Island. Nungwi’s magnificent coral sand, which appears to emanate a pale, unearthly light, is a significant draw. The scene is completed with pristine, easy-to-swim water, rugged rocks, and magnificent sunsets dropping below the dhow-dotted sea. The region boasts a high concentration of restaurants, beach vendors, pubs, resorts, and outfitters for water sports and excursions (deep-sea fishing, sunset cruises, and trips to the incredible Nakupenda Beach sandbank off of Stone Town are especially popular).

4. Hyams Beach | New South Wales, Australia

A classic Australian white-sand beach may be found three hours south of Sydney when the pine forest gives way. Snorkelers in search of stingrays can safely paddle up to Hyams Point without fear of being pummelling by waves. On the other hand, a pod of playful dolphins may generate a wave that they could feel. Take a half hour to stroll along the shaded White Sands Walk to the Greenfield Gully picnic spots.

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5. Bora Bora | French Polynesia

Although small, this French Polynesian island packs a powerful punch. Bora Bora is barely 6 miles long and less than 3 miles broad, but the island is jam-packed with gorgeous beaches, lush rainforests, and luxurious resorts with overwater bungalows. For some rays and a stroll on the sand, head to Matira Beach, while for stunning views of Mount Otemanu and placid waters, head to the beach of the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora. Snorkeling trips and shark-feeding expeditions are also available for the more daring traveler.

6. North Bay Beach | Providenciales, Turks and Caicos


Providenciales, or “Provo” for short, is home to one of the most famous beaches in the Caribbean: Grace Bay Beach (and even gets named the best in the world, depending on the year). Stunningly pure water, a soft white beach, and a vibrant coral reef are all waiting to be discovered. Even though you could go paddleboarding, windsurfing, kayaking, parasailing, jet-skiing, or water-skiing, we suggest you just lay out on a blanket and enjoy the sun.

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7. Copacabana | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The most glamorous and maybe most well-known beach in the world. Copacabana Beach is a party beach with three miles of magnificent golden sand and a stunning panorama of jagged mountains and Art Deco and contemporary structures.

Roberto Burle Marx, a landscape architect, even designed a stunning black-and-white mosaic boulevard that runs down the shore. Sunbathers, strollers, and volleyball players mingle with sellers peddling popsicles, shrimp skewers, caipirinhas, and ice-cold beer on the beach, which serves as the social epicenter of the city on weekends. Even while Copa’s heyday is long gone (nowadays, hipper “it areas” like Leblon and Ipanema predominate), its retro coolness is nonetheless appealing.

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8. Clearwater Beach | Florida

With 1,350 miles of coastline, Florida has some of the most amazing beaches in the United States, if not the world. Clearwater Beach is famous for its main attraction, but the pristine white beaches, fiery sunsets, and fantastic weather year-round are all important draws. Dolphins leaping over the ocean and pelicans hanging out with the fishermen on Pier 60 are not uncommon. If you need a respite from the Florida warmth, go see the sea turtles, stingrays, and penguins at Clearwater Marine Aquarium.

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9. St. Lucia |Caribbean

The beaches of St. Lucia are smaller than others on the list, but they are no less gorgeous. There aren’t many long lengths of sand here, but there are plenty of picturesque coves and quiet shorelines surrounded by verdant mountains. Marigot Bay is a good place to see boats and yachts, while Reduit Beach is popular with families who want to snorkel or splash in the calm surf. Visitors who don’t mind a trek should head to Grande Anse, a more private beach popular by nesting leatherback sea turtles.

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10. El Matador State Beach | Malibu, California

El Matador, a small beach covered by rocky outcrops, may not match your traditional Los Angeles beach day—but it is by far SoCal’s most gorgeous beach. Wear shoes and carry only what you need; the western Malibu site is only accessible by a steep dirt trail. And whether you arrive early or late, you’ll be rewarded with a spectacular sunrise or sunset.

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