Best Beaches in the World


If you are planning a sunny holiday in 2014 and wonder where to take your family during the next holiday, we might just have a few really great ideas for you. According to the reviews and opinions of millions of travelers around the globe, Rabbit Beach in Sicily tops the list of the best beaches in the world. And if Italy is out of your reach, you can draw inspiration from the other amazing places that caught the eyes of travelers over the past year.

In December, TripAdvisor, the largest travel website announced the winners of its 2013 Travelers’ Choice Awards for Top 25 Beaches in the World. The list ranks the best beaches in the world that not only have seen the most traveler interest, but also those that have got the most positive reviews. And these destinations are about to become even more popular this year with lots of attractions, great accommodations, and wonderful restaurants, besides their crystal-clear waters and white sands. The Caribbean-like Rabbit Beach on the island of Lampedusa, Sicily is certainly one of the most beautiful places on earth, with amazing turquoise waters, white sands, and almost untouched nature. Of course, there are many hotels and rentals, restaurants and bars, but there are no huge resorts and overcrowding.

So, here are the rest of best beaches in the world, ranked not by some travel agency, but by travelers themselves.

  • Rabbit Beach, Sicily
  • Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos islands
  • Whitehaven Beach, Australia
  • Baia do Sancho, Brazil
  • Flamenco Beach, Puerto Rico
  • Playa de las Catedrales, Spain
  • Lopes Mendes Beach, Brazil
  • Horseshoe Bay Beach, Bermuda
  • Eagle Beach, Aruba
  • Rhossili Bay, United Kingdom

Surprisingly, generally believed to be the most popular beaches, Asian beaches could not enter the top ten. Instead, South American and Caribbean beaches seem to be the most attractive to global travelers. UK’s Rhossili Bay in Swansea is the big surprise in the ranking, but amazes with its incredible view, clean sea water, 3-mile gorgeous, golden sand and coastline, and lush green hills. It’s also a popular destinations for surfers, as well as the best picnic spot in Britain, according to the British Guild of Travel Writers.


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