Top 10 most beautiful beaches in the world

Top 10 most beautiful beaches in the world


The world is full of beautiful beaches, but there are some that stand out from the rest. These are the top 10 most beautiful beaches in the world. Let us see.


Palmilla is located in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. It’s an extremely popular beach due to its beautiful white sand and clear waters. The beach has been featured in many movies and television shows, including the James Bond movie “Licence to Kill” (1989) as well as “Baywatch Hawaii” (2001).

Palmilla Beach

Palmilla offers many things for visitors to do including: snorkeling, swimming with dolphins or whales, kayaking, scuba diving and more!


Elafonisi is a beach in southern Crete, Greece. It is a popular tourist destination for its sandy beach and shallow water. The beach has been awarded the Blue Flag for cleanliness and has no facilities on the beach itself but there are hotels nearby that provide accommodation and other services to visitors

Elafonisi Beach

Copacabana, Bolivia

Copacabana is a beach in the Bolivian city of La Paz, located at the foot of Mount Illimani and Lake Titicaca. It’s one of the most famous beaches in the world and attracts thousands of tourists every year.

Copacabana Beach

The beach was named after an old lady who used to sell seeds on this beautiful place. Her name was Copacabana (or “coca” means “seed” in Aymara).

Lanikai Beach, Hawaii

Lanikai Beach is a secluded beach on the north shore of Oahu. The white sand and calm waters make it a popular tourist destination, but it’s still quiet enough to enjoy without being overrun by crowds.

Lanikai Beach

The beach has green cliffs that surround it on three sides, creating an idyllic setting for sunbathing or swimming in its warm waters. It’s accessible by car or bus–just make sure you have your own transportation if you plan to go here!

Playa de las Catedrales, Spain

Located in Asturias, Spain, this beach is known as the Cathedral Beach or the Cathedral Beach of Santander. It’s a popular tourist destination and has been named one of the most beautiful beaches in the world by National Geographic Traveler magazine. Its long history dates back to 1855 when a storm caused erosion that resulted in its crescent shape.

Playa de las Catedrales

Anse Lazio, Reunion Island

Anse Lazio is a beach on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion. It is named after the shipwreck of the SS France in 1950 and has become a popular tourist destination since then. The beach is known for its white sand and turquoise water, which makes it one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Anse Lazio beach

Navagio Beach (Shipwreck Beach), Greece

Navagio Beach (also known as Smugglers Cove) is a beach on the Greek island of Zakynthos. It is also one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Navagio Beach

It’s name means “shipwreck” in Greek, as it was formed from an old cargo ship that ran aground there in 1980. The shipwreck has since become a popular tourist attraction and photographers love taking pictures here!

Falkirk Wheel Nature Reserve, Scotland

The Falkirk Wheel is a rotating boat lift that takes boats from the Forth and Clyde Canal over the Union Canal. It’s located in Scotland, and it was built in 2002 as part of a project to reconnect Loch Katrine with its feeder canal system. The Falkirk Wheel is the only rotating boat lift in the world, and it’s been called “one of Scotland’s greatest feats of civil engineering” by former prime minister Gordon Brown.

Falkirk Wheel Nature Reserve

Lighthouse Beach, Australia’s Gold Coast

Lighthouse Beach is located at the southern end of Surfers Paradise on Australia’s Gold Coast. It’s a popular tourist destination and a great place to relax, swim and play in the water. The beach has an interesting history. It was once home to an old lighthouse that was built in 1887. Today, there are no longer any lighthouses here but you can still see some remnants of them scattered around if you look closely enough.

Lighthouse Beach

Galapagos Islands in Ecuador and Kenya (the islands are a Unesco World Heritage Site)

The Galapagos Islands are a Unesco World Heritage Site, and for good reason. The islands are located in Ecuador, made up of 13 main islands and over 100 smaller ones. They’re volcanic in origin, but they’ve been shaped by millions of years’ worth of erosion and tectonic movement and they now contain some breathtaking scenery.

Galapagos Islands

The wildlife is what makes these islands so special there are more than 1,000 plant species here. 2,000 types of birds (including penguins); 1/3rd of all known reptile species; many different kinds of mammals like sea lions or marine iguanas (which look like mini dinosaurs). You’ll find them all here!


There are many beautiful beaches in the world. In this article, we’ve looked at ten of them. Some of these beaches have been around for thousands of years and some were created just a few decades ago. All of them have something special about them that makes them stand out from other beaches on this list or off it altogether!


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