25 Beaches That Have Been Ranked As The Best In The World

Posted by , Updated on February 24, 2015


Considering the recent freezing blast that has struck many U.S. states, it might be difficult to think about sunny days and warm seas but with spring break right around the corner, now is the moment when planning your sunny vacation can really pay off. Tripadvisor, has just released the latest ranking of the world´s best beaches ranked by travelers themselves. So, if you are looking for the most fun, outrageous, and beautiful beaches, look no more. Here are the 25 best beaches in the world.


West Bay Beach, Honduras


Honduras, a little Central American country with about 8 million inhabitants, is another Caribbean country that boasts of some of the world´s finest beaches. Covered with white powder sand, the beach is a great place for romantic walks, swimming in incredibly blue water and snorkeling.


Siesta Beach, Florida


Located on Siesta Key, Florida, the Siesta Beach is the only American beach on this list. Known as a safe, clean and well-equipped beach, Siesta Beach has received several impressive awards including “the whitest and finest sand in the world“ and “the best beach in America“. The local sand is 99% quartz and even on the hottest days, it is so reflective that it feels cool underfoot.


Woolacombe Beach, Great Britain


Great Britain is not a typical summer holiday spot but the Woolacombe Beach, a seaside resort on the southern coast of the country, has been so popular among locals as well as foreign tourists that Tripadvisor travelers ranked it as the 13th best beach in the world. The 5 kilometer (3 miles) long beach is especially known for its excellent surfing conditions.


Radhanagar Beach, India


Situated on the Havelock Island, India, the Radhanagar Beach was named “The Best Beach in Asia” in 2004. Super soft and clean sand, crystal clear warm water, stunning forests as a backdrop and the possibility of elephant rides makes Radhanagar a incredible beach spot.


Camp's Bay Beach, South Africa


To visit the Camp´s Bay Beach, you need to travel to Cape Town, the second most populous city in South Africa. The resort is renowned for its fine white sand lined with palm trees, trendy nightlife and high concentration of hotels, restaurants and shops. The water is quite cold but very refreshing in the South African blazing sun.

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