Some of us could spend hours bathing in the hot sun at the beach, diving in the ocean, and enjoying the warm sand in between our toes. However, this is not for everyone. Others may dread the long drives to the beach just to become a burnt tomato and get sand in all the places that it shouldn’t be in the first place. Whether you’re a lover of the beach or not, we can’t deny the fact that some of these beaches are some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. We have collected some of the most stunning places that you must visit in your lifetime. Whether you are a lover of the outdoors or not, these beaches are once in a lifetime experiences so make sure to add them to your bucket list and get ready for an adventure.
Get ready to enter a view of beauty as you walk along the seashell Habonim beach in the northern area of Israel. With sea views that are to die for, this beach is truly something special. Whether you want to relax and lay down on a sand-free beach, or adventure into the caves of the sea, this beach can satisfy all individuals. Habonim is really a hidden gem of Israel so if you are ever passing by, make sure to take a look.
You will never find aqua ocean as you will in Turks and Caicos. With beautiful white sand, this spot is one of the most beautiful places in the world. What makes it even more fun is the tropical marine life.
If you’re not much of a lay down and get a tan kind of person, then the beach of Mallorca is definitely for you. The water is surrounded by cliffs on all sides that make you feel like you are in a hidden place of heaven. You can also indulge in some delicious fresh-caught seafood at the restaurant nearby.
All around Indonesia, Bali is certainly one of the talked about beaches. However, the most striking beach is actually in Maluku. While there isn’t a lot of sand. the Emerald ocean is truly breathtaking. One of the best parts is that not many people know to visit, so you’ll often be floating with no one to bother you, it basically feels like a private beach!
Located in Australia, Lake McKenzie is a salt-free ocean with crystal clear water and known as one of the cleanest oceans in the whole world. It is located on Fraser Island, which is actually one of the largest sand islands in the world and has a historical rainforest!
Coincidentally named, Rabbit Beach, this beach does not have any rabbits at all and is known as one of the top four best beaches in the world. If you ever make your way to Italy, make sure to stop by to see plenty of Dolphins in the water, alongside the volcanic isle of Linosa.