13. CALA DI VOLPE. SARDINIA (ITALY)
The so-called Emerald Coast, in the north of the Italian island of Sardinia, is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the western Mediterranean. In the Gulf of Arzachena, Cala di Volpe gets the highest praise. It is a beach of reddish stone and blond sand, facing the National Park of the Archipelago of La Maddalena, an ecological paradise for the purity of its waters and its abundant aquatic fauna. Nearby is the megalithic complex of the Tomb of the Giants, which is over a thousand years old.
14. Sunj – Croatia
It can be laborious to find a sandy beach in Croatia, as gravel is predominant, but fortunately Sunj is one of them.
Without a great depth, it is very safe to swim, and with a wide variety of tourist activities to never get bored.
15. Praia da Fortaleza – Brazil
An isolated and amazing beach where there are no cars, so it’s hard to get to, but what really good thing is easy?
Stretching to the horizon, Praia da Fortaleza has perfect areas for everything from surfing to swimming to hiking. You can even find an old sea fort if you walk far enough!