Top 10 beaches of the world
Tulum Beach, Mexico
Tulum, is 80 miles southeast of Cancun part of Riviera Maya. Tulum beach has an aura of mystery surrounding it about the ancient Mayan civilization. Boca Paila, the southern part of Riviera Maya, is the only beach which can assure people of privacy. Tourists can experience the grand architectural beauty of the ancient Mayan civilization, most interesting being the Temple of the Descending God, and the Temple of the Frescoes.
It's a sandy powdered beach with plenty of rocks.
Poipu beach, Hawaii
Poipu is in Hawaii, USA, which is famous for its natural beauty. The beaches at Poipu offer tourists various adventurous activities like, kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling, hiking, surfing, mountain biking, deep-sea fishing, horseback riding and ATV tours. Tourists can have a view of coastline with an ocean cruise, or enjoy a helicopter ride.
This beach was named America's Best Beach by The Travel Channel, ranking top among the 10 "best" beaches selected nationwide. This beach is a series of golden sand crescents, strung together where beach-goers will find snorkeling, swimming, a natural ocean wading pool, boogie-boarding and surfing.
Matira beach, Bora Bora
Bora Bora island is part of French Polynesia in the South Pacific. It is located at Matira Point with in a lagoon characterized by sandy beaches. The island provides tourists with adventurous activities and is especially suitable for couples who need private moments. Scuba divers can enjoy exploring a wide range of colorful corals, fishes, and other marine life forms.
There are a number of reasons why Bora Bora boasts the nickname "the Romantic Island," including the secluded beaches, intimate hotels and quiet atmosphere that embraces visitors.
This is also the most expensive beach island.
Anguilla is a 16 mile stretch of island in Caribbean and has 33 beaches
all open for public. Over the years Anguilla has become one of the most
popular holiday spot for rich people. The island has beautiful coral
reefs, colorful fishes, stingrays, and other life forms, which are
worth watching. The place has become a popular choice with celebrities
and business tycoons, which has caused a price hike.
It's amazing that such a teeny speck of a Caribbean island, a mere 35 square miles, could have so much sand!
South beach, Palm beaches, Florida
Palm Beach, Aruba, is a city northwest of Oranjestad, whose beaches are considered ideal for families. The south beach is the best among them. Aruba has optimum and ideal weather conditions with natural beaches, which invite tourists from all across the globe. Most of the restaurants offer kids-friendly services, which include discounts, free gifts, and babysitting facilities. The island also features Kabaima miniature village and park where one can explore miniature Aruban city.
Pink sand beach, Bahamas
Harbor Island, Bahamas, has pink sand beach which is located a mile away from Eleuthera Island in the Bahama Islands. It is known as 'Briland' with the localities and is only 3 miles long with half mile width. The island beach offers relaxing atmosphere where one can enjoy turquoise sea or stroll along the soft sand under swaying palm trees in gentle breeze.
The beach is pink because of the red coral in the area. Mixed with the white sand it appears pink. What was striking to us is the contrast with the deep blue sky and the green vegetation.
Plage de pampellone, St. Tropez, France
Decadent and trendy, Saint Tropez is one of the most famous beach spots in the world and the Plage de Pampellone is the best beach in Saint Tropez.
This historic nude beach is in a magnificent location and with busy and energetic cafes and sun worshippers on the white-sand shoreline, this is the place for a glamorous South of France beach holiday.
Ipanema beach, Brazil
“Tall and tan and young and lovely.” So goes “The Girl from Ipanema”, the famous ode to the bathing beauties (or garotas) who lounge and strut on this stunning stretch of sand in Rio de Janeiro. Even four decades after the song’s debut, trendsetting bikinis still set the standard here and the eye-candy remains second to none. The two-mile stretch of golden sand is no slouch either, as it’s edged by a groovy ‘60s mosaic boardwalk and anchored by twin mountain peaks at its western end.
Anse source beach, Seychelles
The archipelago of Seychelles, composed of more than 100 palm tree-studded islands in the midst of the Indian Ocean, is a mostly undiscovered destination for American travelers. Dedicated beachcombers who make the trek will, however, be rewarded with some of the most paradisical shores in the world, where beautiful secluded beaches and idyllic lagoons meet with unspoiled natural landscapes echoing with exotic bird songs – don’t miss picture-perfect Anse Source d’Argent, featuring fine pink sands; towering, weathered granite boulders; and giant, arching palm trees.
Clifton beach, Cape town
Arguably the best beach in the world. Water cold, weather hot, beautiful people very hot. The beaches are named Moses, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th from north to south. There are quite a lot of stairs that have to be dealt with to get down to the beaches (and naturally back up). If one is frail or has a bevy of whiny children then try Camps Bay beach a tiny bit further south.
While each of Clifton's beaches shine in their own right, it's Fourth Beach that really swings with sexy scenesters, for at Clifton, where Atlantic Ocean temperatures hover around frigid, you're there to see and be seen - not swim. In a sea of Armani bikinis and Prada sunglasses, lithe sunbathers can be found languidly tossing Frisbees or watching the passing yachts from their rented chairs.
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