Most Beautiful Beaches in the World

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Our lives today have become too fast-paced. At times, all of us feel the need to take a break and simply get the opportunity to relax, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. One of the best ways to achieve that goal is to spend some peaceful time on a serene beach. However, there are a number of options in this regard. For this reason, it is important to know about the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Beaches may wary according to your personal likes and comfort. But once you take a look at the famous beaches around the world, you will know which one is the right option for you. The right scenery, the right shoreline, and the right conditions are essential in choosing your perfect beach. Hence, here’s a look at the most beautiful beaches in the world for your convenience.

1. Blue Lagoon – Oludeniz, Turkey:

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This is one of those places that look straight out of a romantic Hollywood film. It’s breathtakingly beautiful and absolutely drop-dead gorgeous. Located about 10 miles from the town of Fethiye, Oludeniz is widely regarded as Turkey’s Blue Lagoon. This is because of the unbelievably turquoise and aquamarine tints of its sparkling waters. In fact, it won’t be an exaggeration to say that Oludeniz is easily one of the cleanest beaches in the world. You can see the little stones lying at the bed of the waters here with ease.

The best thing to do here is simply relaxed by the sea side on a chair and gaze at the beautiful calm waters while bathing in the sun. However, you can also paddle barefoot along the shoreline or take a swim to the tiny island located at the mouth of the lagoon. Furthermore, it is also important to point out here that the beach is a national marine sanctuary. In other words, you won’t be bothered by eyesores like tall resorts and hotels stinking the place up.

2. The Baths, British Virgin Islands:

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The Baths are unlike any other beach you would have seen or visited. While the British Virgin Islands has many famous attractions, this place has become its most famous tourist hotspot over the years. The Baths are a magnificent natural feature and consist of plenty of exquisite pools and other breathtaking sights that have been formed by massive boulders that rest on the sandy beaches. The backdrop of the majestic palm-filled mountains only makes this place that much more mystical.

Here, you can take a stroll through the beach or swim into the remote boulders. Furthermore, The Baths will also attract hikers as they can go hiking to Devil’s Bay by foot by using some hidden trails. If you wish to just relax, soak up the sun and gape at the unique boulders then this place is perfect for you as well.

3. Camps Bay, Cape Town, South Africa:

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Cape Town in South Africa is one of the most well-known tourist attractions; primarily because of its exquisite array of beaches. But do you know the city also has one of the most beautiful beaches in the world? Camps Bay is not only Cape Town’s most popular beach; it is also one of the most famous beaches around the world. While this is an urban beach, its setting and beauty make it a place worth spending time in.

The majestic pure white sand on its shore is only one of the most attractive features of Camps Bay. The backdrop of the magnificent Twelve Apostles Mountain Range and Table Mountain makes it a glorious beach setting to be in. Fitness enthusiasts and nature lovers can take time to explore Pipe Track – a little-known trail that stretches from Kloof Nek (at the base of Table Mountain) to Camps Bay. Moreover, surfers would have a gala time at Camps Bay, exploring its clear blue waters.

Lastly, Camps Bay also offers one of the most picturesque and stunning sunsets in the world that tourists can revel in at the end of a long and successful day.

4. Piha Beach, Piha, New Zealand:

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A relatively lesser-known beach is the Piha Beach in New Zealand. Located about 25 miles north of Auckland, this place is home to Lion Rock, a massive 16-million-year-old stone. With a population of just about 600, Piha is quite remote and hence will be relished by those looking for a quiet getaway at a serene beach which is famous for its unique black sand. The resplendent beauty of this beach will delight photographers and videographers alike.

You can of course simply laze around in the sand and enjoy the splashing waters in the quietness of nature. However, there are plenty of fun activities you can indulge in as well once you are here. You can take a short walk into the bush above North Piha, take a look at the impressive Kitekite Falls nearby or even go surfing in the big waves.

5. Tofino, Vancouver Island, British Columbia:

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When you think of the clearest beaches in the world, the Tofino Beach in Vancouver Island in British Columbia will certainly be topping the list. This almost hidden beach on the southwestern side of Vancouver Island is a historic surf destination. White sandy beaches that stretch for miles and virgin forests that are teeming with rich wildlife are the highlights of this exotic beach. While talking about wildlife, it is important to point out that wild bears are often found sauntering the beach area in the late evenings. Hence, you must be a little cautious before setting a guard.

On the positive side, there are hiking trails and campgrounds around the surf town that will delight visitors. The town is a foodie’s paradise with some delightful an exceptional food to gorge on. There’s also a vibrant cultural and art scene here along with some truly fun water activities to revel in.

The glorious view of the mountains in the backdrop makes Tofino beach one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. It has the perfect setting for unwinding and soaking in the atmosphere to soothe your senses.

Apart from the aforementioned ones, some of the other famous beaches around the world include Polihale Beach in Hawaii, USA, Anse Source D’argent, in Seychelles, Baia do Sancho in Brazil, Bahia Gardner in Galapagos, Lake McKenzie in Australia, Rabbit Beach in Italy, Navagio in Greece and Grace Bay in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

The list of the most beautiful beaches in the world, as can be seen above, is rather long and exhaustive. Nevertheless, you can always pick and choose the one that suits your fancy and just visit a beach to have quality time in the sandy shores in complete tranquility.

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