Top Beaches In The World According To National Geographic



Find perfection in these wonderful places around the world.

1. Lazy Beach Koh Rong Island Cambodia
Cambodia
If thatched-roof huts, crystalline waters, and silky sand beaches aren’t reason enough to hop aboard a wooden boat in Sihanoukville
2. Cas Abao Beach Curaçao
Curaçao
Ringed by reefs, Curaçao hides a Caribbean underwater wonderland, and this beach is one of the few sandy ones on the arid island, with a bar and a shop to rent snorkel gear.
3. Piscinas Beach Arbus Sardinia
sardinia
Sculpted by the mistral wind and embellished with juniper bushes and olive trees, the Piscinas Dunes paint a mercurial backdrop on Sardinia’s southwestern Costa Verde
4. Shell Beach Shark Bay Western Australia
Australia
On the edge of the continent, and part of the Shark Bay UNESCO World Heritage site, countless white cockleshells, up to 30 feet deep in some parts, spread for miles.
5. Playa del Amor Marietas Islands Mexico
mexico
A swim through an opening nearly invisible from the sea reveals what locals call the “hidden beach,” encircled by an impressive rock ring forming a natural oculus for the sun and sky.
6. Noordwjk Beach The Netherlands
The Netherlands
Past the tulip fields in south Holland, between Amsterdam and The Hague, the seaside town of Noordwijk has a separate dog beach for wild gambols by the North Sea.
7. Reynisfjara Beach Iceland
iceland
On sunny days on Iceland’s south coast, Reynisfjara Beach’s ink black sand and basalt sea stacks are absolutely stunning.
8. Papakōlea Beach Hawaii
Hawaii
This small cove gets its verdant good looks from tiny crystals called olivine, found in the rocks of the surrounding 49,000-year-old Puu Mahana cinder cone.
9. Pink Beach, Santa Cruz Island Zamboanga Philippines
pink beach
Hardly lacking in gorgeous beaches, the Philippines claims a pink-sand variety, too. The blush color comes from billions of pieces of crushed red organ-pipe coral, seen in every handful of sand.
10. Corniche Beach La Teste-De-Buch France
france
At 357 feet high, 1,640 feet wide, and 8,800 feet long, the pine forest–hugged Dune of Pilat is the highest in Europe and tumbles to Corniche Beach on the Atlantic Ocean.

via National Geographic

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