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It’s not easy to rank the world’s best beaches. Various factors can affect a traveler’s decision-making process when choosing a beach, such as the type of water sport they prefer, the safety of the environment, and the overall experience. However, we can still try! 

These are some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and you will have to share them with other travelers. If you want to experience the tranquil environment of a private island resort, consider visiting one of these stunning beaches.

Tulum, Riviera Maya, Mexico

This beautiful beach’s location also sets it apart from other places in Mexico. It’s only a couple of miles from some of the most astounding Mayan ruins in the country. The ruins of this ancient city are located on a rocky cliff, and it overlooks a spectacular beach. The number of tourists who visit this area every day keeps it from feeling too private, but the magnificent turquoise waters and white sand make it an ideal beach.

British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands were on the beach holiday map in 1964 when Laurance Rockefeller opened Little Dix Bay, a luxurious resort on Virgin Gorda’s serene crescent of sand. 

You can explore White Bay Beach on Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands. You can also visit Sandy Spit, uninhabited and remote, or The Baths National Park, which features a series of massive boulders that set the boundaries of calm pools.

Source d’Argent, Seychelles

The pink-colored sand at Source d’Argent, located on La Digue, Seychelles’ third-largest island, is an ideal addition to the beach. It’s also surrounded by massive granite boulders that set the shore. Several restaurants serve Creole-inspired food nearby.

Navagio Beach, Zakynthos, Greece

Located on the Greek island of Zakynthos, the Navagio beach is a beautiful sandy strip surrounded by limestone cliffs. It’s also referred to as the Shipwreck Beach. This is due to the wreck of a ship believed to have been a smuggling vessel. The area is known for its white sand beaches, clear blue water, and massive limestone cliffs. Although it’s only accessible by boat, the beach can be seen above.


Although you might not think that Bermuda’s beaches are white and black sand, they are filled with pink sand. This British overseas territory’s beaches are made up of foraminifera, tiny red-shelled organisms living in the sand. While there are a few white sand beaches in the country, the best spot to visit is Jobson’s Cove, surrounded by jagged limestone outcroppings. If you’re looking for history, head to St. Catherine’s Beach, where the first settlers came upon the wreck of the Sea Venture, which inspired William Shakespeare’s The Tempest.