The most beautiful beaches in the world boast small Caribbean islands

Grace Bay was number one among the beaches a few years ago. Last year, however, he was beaten by Whitehaven Beach in Australia, who did not top this year.

The winner is located on the island of Providenciales belonging to the Turks and Caicos, an overseas territory of Great Britain. You won’t get wet in the Caribbean (the Turks and Caicos Islands in the North Atlantic), the islands still belong to the Caribbean. This beach is then attractive with its fine and almost white sand and clear turquoise water.

Other places are followed by the already mentioned Varadero Beach, Turquoise Bay and Quarta Praia. Other ranking members are Eagle Beach on the island of Aruba, Radhanagar in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Baia do Sancho on the island of Fernando de Noronha in Brazil, who have also been number one in the past and seventh this year.

Cuba’s Varadero Beach has second place.


The top ten was closed by Trunk Bay in St. John, which is part of the Virgin Islands, Baia dos Golfinhos in Brazil and finally Spiaggia dei Conigli in Lampedusa.

European coasts on the other hand are somewhat of a minority. You’ll also find Portuguese Praia da Falesia, Spanish Playa de Muro, Nissi in Cyprus and Balos Lagoon in Crete, otherwise more traditional exotics, especially in the Caribbean.

Europe is dominated by the Mediterranean

More beautiful European beaches can be found under a category that focuses solely on the old continent. These include, for example, Lusnkentyre in the Outer Hebrides, as well as England’s Bamburgh Beach or Iceland’s Reynisfjara beach which is famous for its black sand. The rest consisted mainly of representatives from the Mediterranean, Greece, France and Italy.

According to TripAdvisor users, Turquoise Bay is the most beautiful beach in Australia.


Beaches in India, Thailand and Indonesia dominate among the Asian representatives. In Africa, then, Tanzania and the Seychelles, which have three beaches.

The Travelers’ Choice ranking determines the algorithm that handles millions of user reviews. This year, TripAdvisor declared the best destination, namely Dubai.

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