Lying on a long, white beach with palm trees, bathing in the turquoise sea with clear water or chilling in a small bay with breathtaking nature, that doesn’t have to remain a dream. The most beautiful beaches in the world, which have been awarded the travelers choice awards 2022, could serve as inspiration for your next beach vacation. As every year, the ranking is based on the opinion of travelers.
Eagle Beach in Aruba
Eagle Beach is a beach and a district at the same time. The neighborhood on the Dutch Caribbean island is famous for its resorts and wide public beach with soft, white sand. The trees, which point towards the sea with their distinctive silhouette, are another eye-catcher – this makes the beach in the top list.
Baia do Sancho in Brazil
The Baia do Sancho is a real eye-catcher! Because the clear water and the fine sandy beach are framed by volcanic formations. You can find the beach on the Brazilian island of Noronha. However, there is a catch: In order to protect nature, the highest number of visitors allowed on the island is regulated. So you have to be fast enough and have some luck to actually travel there.
Spiaggia dei Conigli beach in Lampedusa
Vacationers find another most beautiful beach in the world on the Italian island of Lampedusa. The Spiaggia dei Conigli is actually an idyllic bathing bay, but since it is now well known, it can get crowded there. This doesn’t seem to bother travellers, after all, the beach is in the top 10 in this ranking. Among other things, the reviews say: A truly magical place on earth. White sandy beach, turquoise water and a pleasant sea breeze. It takes about half an hour to walk to the beach, but as soon as you put your feet on the sand it feels like heaven.
Baia dos Golfinhos in Brazil
A second beach on the Brazilian island of Noronha comes in place just a few places behind Baia do Sancho. The special thing there: Travelers can see lots of dolphins. Because the island is the mating and resting place of the dolphins. Because of the unique collection of mammals in the world, the island bears the title Unesco World Heritage.
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