Top 10 Beaches of the World

If you adore the sand and the sun, then surely you must have your own perfect idea of a beach vacation brewing in your mind right now. Just like everything else, we all have our preferences when it comes to that ideal spot to soak up in the sun and wiggle our toes against the sand. From the famous to infamous, secluded to crowded, here are some of the best beaches that the world has to offer.

La Minitas Beach (La Romana, Dominican Republic)

If bathing in seclusion is more your style, the La Minitas Beach is the perfect place for you. Getting into the beach is only by means of a 10-minute shuttle or golf cart ride. It offers restaurants and massage rooms for its visitors.

White Beach (Boracay Island, Philippines)

Virtually unknown until about three decades ago, the White Beach in Boracay is now deemed as one of the best tropical vacation spots in the world. It has over two miles of white sand beaches that never get hot, making it a very good place to work up your tan.

South Beach, Miami

South Beach (Miami, Florida)

The popular Miami Beach is the best place to see and be seen. Enjoy the gorgeous waters and sun rays in the daylight then party the night away at night. Definitely not a peaceful place, this is one of the best places to spot some of the most famous people.

Santorini’s Red Beach (Akrotiri, Greek Islands)

Surrounded by stunning red lava cliffs, the Red Beach in Santorini is one of the best photographed beaches in the world. Getting into the area, you have the choice of taking a boat or descending from foot from high above.

Tulum Beach, Mexico

Tulum Beach (Tulum, Mexico)

Lovely cities with beautiful beaches are what Mexico is all about. One of their most renowned beaches, the Tulum Beach is very famous because of its close proximity the Mayan ruins. It is also not far from Cancun with its big crowds and posh hotels.

Nudist Camp Beach (Vrboska, Croatia)

If tan lines are not up to your alley, a nudist beach would be the perfect way to soak up the sun. Try going to the naturalist beach on Vrboska for nude sunbathing and enjoy the views of lovely vineyards, olive trees, pine groves, and rock outcroppings.

Hanalei Bay Beach (Kauai, Hawaii)

If great views are what you are looking for, then charming Hanalei Beach would most definitely fit the bill. This white sand beach is surrounded with waterfalls and mountains. This beach is very crowded during the winter season as this is the best time for surfing.

Ocracoke Island (North Carolina, United States)

Reached by boat, ferry, or private plane, the Ocracoke Island is the perfect place to sunbathe in privacy and seclusion. Enjoy the pristine and refreshing sun rays. It might be better to leave your electronic gadgets at home as they are not exactly very well received in the island.

Ipanema Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Ipanema Beach (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

If the name of this beach is familiar to you, it might be because you have heard it from a song way back. The Ipanema Beach is the perfect place for self-expression. Wear a thong, sunbathe topless, and show off what you have been working hard in the gym for.

Santa Cruz Beaches (California, United States)

For that classic California sunbathing, anywhere in the 30 miles oceanfront beaches of Santa Cruz would be the best way to do it. This stretch has an area for every beach lover from surfing sites, private and romance spots, and fun locations.

 

Amy C. is a freelance blogger. She writes about the best spots for summer and holiday vacations in various parts of the world. When she is not writing about the sand and sun, she helps in the blogging and administration activities of KB Accounting & Tax Services, a Phoenix Accountant and Phoenix Bookkeeper company. Watch out for her post and start planning your next summer vacation.

Comments

  1. Great tips for surf lovers! but you didn’t include any spot from South America! Brazil, Peru and Ecuador has amazing surf beaches!

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