For those who are beach lovers out there, check out this article from Daily Mail which features their top 50 best beaches in the world. I’ve went some of the beaches included in the list and you will never regret coming to these recommended beaches.
From the northernmost reaches of Norway to the tropical oases of the Caribbean and the South Pacific, the world is graced with stunningly beautiful beaches.
Powder white beaches amid swaying palm trees and turquoise waters might represent the holiday ideal for some. Others might crave more adventure: perhaps a windswept and craggy coastline with towering volcanoes or snow-capped mountain peaks looming over the shore.
Whatever your tastes, there’s sure to be a beach or two you love in a new list assembled by travel site FlightNetwork. It ranks the world’s 50 best beaches according to the opinions of more than 600 travel journalists, editors, bloggers and agencies.
Grace Bay in the Caribbean archipelago of Turks and Caicos, a British Overseas Territory, tops FlightNetwork’s list of the 50 best beaches in the world. The beach, on the island of Providenciales, enjoys 319 days of sunshine annually, according to the travel site. It received a perfect 10 score for both ‘sheer untouched beauty’ and ‘sand and water quality’ and received an 8/10 for remoteness. A colorful barrier reef lies only a mile offshore. Luxury lifestyle blogger Kelly Stilwell writes: ‘Soft white sand and unbelievably clear blue water make Grace Bay the beach traveler’s dream location’
Whitehaven Beach in Australia comes in at number 2. The four-mile long stretch of sand, pictured in an aerial photograph, earned perfect 10 scores for sheer untouched beauty, sand and water quality and remoteness. The beach is on tropical Whitsunday Island, off the coast of Queensland and about 900 miles northeast of Brisbane. The remote beach, which has 292 days of sunshine on average, can only be accessed by sea or air. Sharron Livingston of The Travel Magazine writes: ‘Whitehaven Beach has oh-so-white sands, deepest green rainforests, and crystalline waters. It’s a wild island, part of the Great Barrier Reef, and is by far the most beautiful location to experience’