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The World’s Most Beautiful Beaches

black sand beach punaluu beach hawaii one of the worlds most beautiful beaches

Discover some of the world’s most beautiful beaches to visit during your next vacation.

It is never too early to start planning your next vacation, and it is also a good idea to get away to a sunny beach during winter vacation. We have done some investigation and brought you five of the world’s most beautiful beaches.

Each and everyone of these beaches have something special about them that will guarantee you an unforgettable experience.

Beach of Love


The Beach of Love is hidden inside Marieta Islands in Mexico. It is also known as the “hidden beach” since it is located within a sun-drenched crater in the middle of the uninhibited island. It can only be reached during low tide.

Black Sands Beach


Or Punaluʻu Beach as it is known, is located between Pāhala and Nāʻālehu in Hawaii, and is so black it’s surreal. The black beach is is covered with sand made of basalt, which is created from exploding lava as it reaches the ocean and cools. The beach is also a very popular place for some endangered animals like the hawksbill and green turtles.

Pink Sands of Harbour Island


The famous pink beaches of Harbour Island, Bahamas have become known for their pink hue. It is a popular destination for couples and honeymooners as the color of the sands creates a romantic setting. The vibrant colors of Harbour Island are not limited to the beaches alone, it is filled with colorful English Colonial-style buildings and flower lined streets.

Maho Beach


This beach is located on the Dutch side of the Caribbean island of Saint Martin. What makes it extraordinary and a popular destination for tourists, is the fact that it starts where the nearby airport’s runway ends. Thousands of people lineup on the beach each year to feel the thrill of a huge jet taking off or landing just a few feet above their heads.

Sea of Stars


Maybe the most beautiful of them all. Vaadhoo island is known as the “sea of stars”, and for a good reason. The millions of phytoplankton along the shores create a bioluminescent phenomenon known as dinoflagellate. There’s nothing that compares in magic and romance.

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