7 unbelievably beautiful beaches

Find the perfect tan at one of these jaw-droppingly beautiful beaches in the world.

1. Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Take shelter under a coconut tree as you lounge on the beach. Sleep in a bungalow built on stilts over the water and let this part of the Society Islands enchant you. 

2. Rabbit Beach, Lampedusa, Italy

With sparkling azure coloured waters and white sand, this stunning beach is suitable for visitors all year round. You don’t need a permit to take yourself snorkelling or diving in this wonderful place.

 

 

3. Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands

With sparkling azure coloured waters and white sand, this stunning beach is suitable for visitors all year round. You don’t need a permit to take yourself snorkelling or diving in this wonderful place.

 

4. Whitehaven Beach, Whitsundays, Australia

At the beating heart of the Great Barrier Reef marine park, this incredible 7km stretch of beach has maintained its purity due to strict rules against pollution, even smoking is prohibited. Famous for its brilliant white sand, it is only accessible by boat.

5. Flamenco Beach, Culebra, Puerto Rico

This amazing beach welcomes visitors throughout the year and has been voted one of the best beaches on the planet. With the gorgeous white sand, perfectly clear water for diving and a mountain backdrop it is a true paradise on earth. You can even camp on this beach.


6. Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Malaysia   

With virgin forests and foot paths instead of roads, this is the perfect place to suntan and relax. The beach is also home to annual monsoons, so it is best to book your trip to go between March and mid-October.

7. Horseshoe Bay Beach, Southampton, Bermuda

This is the most famous beach on Bermuda and it's easy to see why with the pale pink sands and turquoise waters stretching along the horseshoe shaped bay. Life guards are on duty from May until October and this beach is also home to BeachFest, Bermuda’s largest beach party.


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7 unbelievably beautiful beaches

Find the perfect tan at one of these jaw-droppingly beautiful beaches in the world.

1. Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Take shelter under a coconut tree as you lounge on the beach. Sleep in a bungalow built on stilts over the water and let this part of the Society Islands enchant you. 

2. Rabbit Beach, Lampedusa, Italy

With sparkling azure coloured waters and white sand, this stunning beach is suitable for visitors all year round. You don’t need a permit to take yourself snorkelling or diving in this wonderful place.

 

 

3. Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands

With sparkling azure coloured waters and white sand, this stunning beach is suitable for visitors all year round. You don’t need a permit to take yourself snorkelling or diving in this wonderful place.

 

4. Whitehaven Beach, Whitsundays, Australia

At the beating heart of the Great Barrier Reef marine park, this incredible 7km stretch of beach has maintained its purity due to strict rules against pollution, even smoking is prohibited. Famous for its brilliant white sand, it is only accessible by boat.

5. Flamenco Beach, Culebra, Puerto Rico

This amazing beach welcomes visitors throughout the year and has been voted one of the best beaches on the planet. With the gorgeous white sand, perfectly clear water for diving and a mountain backdrop it is a true paradise on earth. You can even camp on this beach.


6. Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Malaysia   

With virgin forests and foot paths instead of roads, this is the perfect place to suntan and relax. The beach is also home to annual monsoons, so it is best to book your trip to go between March and mid-October.

7. Horseshoe Bay Beach, Southampton, Bermuda

This is the most famous beach on Bermuda and it's easy to see why with the pale pink sands and turquoise waters stretching along the horseshoe shaped bay. Life guards are on duty from May until October and this beach is also home to BeachFest, Bermuda’s largest beach party.