19. SOUTH MALE – MALDIVES
Located in the Indian Ocean, south of India, the Maldives is one of the most popular destinations for beach tourism. The possibilities are endless, since it is a group of 1,200 coral islands distributed in 26 large atolls that extend over about 300 square kilometers. With an invariable warm and humid climate, it is a paradise of turquoise waters in which to find a haven of peace and tranquility at any time of the year.
20. Whitehaven Beach – Australia
Whitehaven Beach, part of the Great Barrier Reef, has beautiful white sand and is surrounded by green rainforest.
Certain parts of this beach give the impression of never having been touched by man, and it is not uncommon if we consider that it is only accessible by helicopter, boat or seaplane. It is like traveling to the past.
21. Navagio – Greece
Iconic for its famous shipwreck, this cove has more to offer than that.
With deep blue waters that contrast the bright white sand, and its cliffs with lush vegetation, this beach is a photographer’s dream, and not bad for anything either.