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Most BEAUTIFUL Beaches in the World



Today we’re hopping on a plane and heading to some of the most exquisite beaches across the globe, where the waters are so clear they merely leave a shadow behind of whatever is floating through or above it, where the sands are snowy white and rock formations create the most surreal bathing spots. Grab your hat, bathing suit and sunscreen and let’s go!

9 – Happiness comes in waves…
Andaman and Nicobar Island is our next destination where you’ll be able to unwind on Radhanagar Beach. On the one side of you is the beautiful blue waters of the ocean, and on the other side is the jungle. It’s quite the contrast! This beach has been rated the best in India!

8 – I’m an oceanholic…
Lucky Bay in Australia boasts pristine white sand beaches and aqua blue water, but that’s not the only draw-card to the area. There are also the resident kangaroos that like to join you on the beach! The area is also known for excellent whale sightings. There are not many hotels in the area as its rather isolated, but you can frequent the camping sites nearby as its located within a national park.

7 – Drop in the ocean…
Santa Barbara is home to Butterfly Beach and the reason it has this name is that of the butterfly’s that used to be plentiful in the area, but sadly are not anymore. If you’re looking for a place that’s a little less congested, head here, and if you can stay until sunset, you’ll be perfectly spoilt as the sunsets are truly surreal and are the perfect ending to a great day at the beach!

6 – Life is better at the beach…
And that’s certainly true if you’re at Cala Deia in Mallorca, Spain. It’s not your typical kind of beach with white sands and blue waters, but rather a place where you can go exploring in the cliffs that surround the water, cool off, and go off and explore again. There are loads of rock pools, which are perfect for the kids, just remember to bring something soft to lie on, like a beach chair or Lilo, as it’s very rocky at this beach.

5 – Just keep swimming…
Boulders Beach in South Africa is a rare stop, as it’s not often you can head down to the beach and share it with the locals… and by locals, we mean penguins! The granite boulders dotted along the beach protect the beach from strong winds and huge waves, so it’s a great place to take the kids! To see the maximum number of penguins, head there in the summer!

4 – Swim your heart out… ‘
An easy trip to make if you want to escape the hustle and bustle that is London, head to St Ive’s in Cornwall. The whole town is just beautiful, romantic and quaint and the beaches lack nothing in terms of surf activities and warm waters. Seals love the area too, so even if you’re there in winter, there are loads to soak in at one of the local restaurants or cafes, while enjoying a hot cup of tea and a scone!

3 – Picture postcard…
You’d be forgiven for thinking there was some kind of photo manipulation happening here, but it’s genuinely this beautiful with waters so clear that anything in them or on top of them casts a perfect shadow! Cala Macarella is located in Spain and is the smaller side-kick of Macarellata. Do expect white sandy beaches to accompany the crystal-clear waters and the occasional nude sunbather!

2 – Holidays…
And heading to Maroma Beach on the Riviera Maya is an enviable holiday of note! Said to be a wonderful secret of Mexico, this area is intent on preserving the ecology of its 500-plus acres of pristine beaches and rainforests. The entire experience is surreal, although somewhat costly, but definitely worth a visit if you’re able to get there!

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