When you travel, you can see a lot of cool things, but nothing beats the feeling of getting to a beautiful beach. Think of palm trees, coral reefs, beach bars, and sea turtles. These are all great things about the beach. The good news is that the world is a big place with many choices. Whether you want a place in the city to sunbathe and play volleyball or a place far away to see marine life, you can find it. The best beaches in the world are all over the place and always have something new to offer. This article Included the 10 Best Beaches in the World for 2023.
Saud Beach, Philippines
Saud Beach on the island of Luzon is a sure thing if you want to find beach bliss in Southeast Asia. It looks like a real-life zero-entry swimming pool because the white sand slopes gently into the clear water. You can swim in the calm waves, eat lunch under a thatched-roof cabana with palm trees in the background, or rent a canoe for a trip on the water.
Nungwi Beach, Tanzania
The water in the Indian Ocean is clear and the beach is soft at Nungwi Beach. Nungwi Beach is a great place to go because it has palm trees and traditional fishing boats. It also has a lot of culture, with people selling handmade items and fresh fish right off the boat. You can take it easy on the soft sand, do some low-key beach sports, or just enjoy the water. There are many different colored fish to see.
This beach is on the island of Zanzibar, which is off the coast of Tanzania and is very popular. Nungwi Beach is at the northern tip of the island and is surrounded by several high-end resorts.
Eagle Beach, Aruba
Eagle Beach is on the northeastern coast of Aruba. It is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Even though there are a lot of other beaches nearby, this one stands out because of its bright white sand and clear blue water. It is a safe place for animals like sea turtles, who sometimes lay their eggs in the sand because it is a protected marine zone. It feels like paradise, but there are also water sports like jet skiing for people who want to try something new.
Eagle Beach is shown on postcards by a twisted tree growing out of the sand. Even though there are a lot of tourists there, the beach still feels like a natural place. It is a must-see if you go to Aruba.
Elafonissi Beach, Greece
Elafonissi Beach on Crete is very famous because it has pretty pinkish sand, warm water that looks like a lagoon, and a very wild feel. This Elafonissi Beach is actually an island. The shallow water and sandbars that are only covered by about three feet of water at high tide separate it from the shore. There are only palapa-covered sun loungers and a few tavernas where you can get fresh fish. If Elafonissi is too crowded, try the northern Balos Lagoon.
Anse Source D’argent, Seychelles
Anse Source d’Argent is one of the most photographed beaches in the world. Its white sands stretch out over La Digue, one of the 115 islands that make up this paradise in the Indian Ocean. Huge granite rocks that have been worn down by time and weather are in the background of the beach. Because of a rock out in the ocean, the turquoise water is safe from the waves, making it a great place to swim. Look out for birds that are in danger of going extinct and big tortoises.
Polihale Beach, Hawaii, USA
Polihale is without a doubt the most beautiful beach in the Hawaiian region. This 11 km (7 mi) stretch on the western end of Kauai, one of the most beautiful islands in the world, seems to be empty. It is a few miles from the nearest town and has a feeling of magic and mystery that is still alive in Hawaii today. The only way to get to the beach is on a badly marked dirt road through sugarcane fields. A four-wheel drive vehicle is best but check with your rental car company first to see if there are any restrictions.
Camps Bay, Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town is the most beautiful city in the world, in part because it has such beautiful beaches nearby. Camps Bay is the most famous beach in Cape Town, and it’s also the only beach in a city that made my top 10 list. Camps Bay has beautiful white sand set against the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range and Table Mountain. The water is a bit cold because of the currents in the Atlantic Ocean, but that won’t keep you from enjoying the beautiful scenery and world-famous sunsets.
Railay West, Thailand
The Railay peninsula is cut off from the rest of southern Thailand by tall cliffs covered in thick jungle. Railay is beautiful because it is in a remote area and can only be reached by boat. The towering creviced karsts, which are made of limestone, make Railay a world-class place for rock climbing, and the green lagoon is a great place for kayaking and paddle boarding. There are caves near Phra Nang Beach, and one of them hides a fertile shrine. Go to Railay East on the other side of the isthmus to find a lively bar scene.
Scala dei Turchi, Italy
Scala dei Turchi, which means “Stair of the Turks,” is a beautiful place where water and time meet. On the west coast of Sicily, there is a blindingly white marlstone cliff that looks like a ladder going down to the sea and an empty beach below. A photographer’s dream is the way the snow-white stone falls into the blue-green Mediterranean. Unfortunately, the sensitive site was damaged by a large number of tourists, which led to more erosion. In 2020, it was taken over by Italian officials, and visitors are no longer allowed to climb the steps. But you can still see them from a public location and enjoy them.