…and here comes the second part or of 50 of the Best Beaches in the World (Part 2) compilation:
11) El Nido, Philippines
El Nido is called “the last wilderness” of the Philippines. White sand and turqouise waters supplement the magnificent landscape of limestone creations. Marble caves and waterfalls can also be found nearby.
12) Luskentyre Beach, Scotland
You won’t get much of a tan on the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides, however you’ll get a huge sunny shore walk and lungs brimming with natural air. The sand extends long and wide, and the spot is famous with climbers and nature beaus.
13) Nihiwatu Beach, Indonesia
In a few ways, the ideal sunny shore. It’s remote (a hour’s flight from Bali then a 90-moment drive) with fine, clean sand, clear water, practically no individuals and stunning nightfalls.
14) Maya Bay, Thailand
Yes, “The Beach” was taped here and it gets stuffed with vacationers. Yet Maya Bay is so flawless it is not possible leave behind. A white sand shore embraces soak limestone bluffs and coral reefs make it a phenomenal spot for snorkeling.
15) Juara Beach, Malaysia
Less created and less cleaned, Juara Beach brings to you a calm vibe to the amazing beach experience. It is not a spot for gatherings or wild nightlife, unless you like your gatherings quieted.
16) Rocks Beach, Cape Town
Rocks Beach is home to 3,000 jack ass penguins, which are regularly seen waddling good and done with the ocean. The best place to see the penguins is from a review promenade built on close-by Foxy Beach.
17) Crane Beach – Barbados
Amazing sands, no rocks this beach can be accessed by a staircase or elevator from The Crane resort, making it a beautiful paradise for everyone.
18) Egremni Beach, Lefkada, Greece
Sensational dusks, electric-blue water, enough space for everybody: This long extend of sand on the island of Lefkada has turned into one of Greece’s most prevalent sunny shore withdraws since a street was implicit the 1990s.
19) Sun Island Beach, Maldives
This precious stone in the Indian Ocean is a most loved with big names and rich honeymooners drawn by the thought of dozing over the water — adjacent resorts offer extravagance cottages on stilts.
20) Hanalei Bay, United States
Mountains out of sight, sea in front and three miles of sand underneath, Hanalei Bay on Kauai is a surfer’s and oar visitor’s dream, with a reef to the right-hand side of the straight gazing out to ocean.