Guide to the 6 Best Beaches in the World


There is such a large selection of beautiful beaches in the world that it becomes hard to make a decision on where to spend your vacation. There are all sorts of beaches including white, golden and black sandy beaches. The best beaches depend on what type of beach you want to go. Some people like beach with large crowds of people near the resorts while others like to relax on beach that has quiet atmosphere. The following is a compilation of the six best beaches in the world.

  1. Bathsheba Beach

Bathsheba Beach in Barbados is named after the wife of King David, Bathsheba who is said to bath herself in milk to keep her skin beautiful. The surf at Bathsheba Beach has white foam on top that resembles milk and this is how the beach got its name. The waters of the beach is filled with minerals and can improve your health when you swim in it. Here, you can observe rock formations and coral reef. The nearby fishing village has many budget friendly guest houses and restaurants.

  1. Seven Mile Beach

Seven Mile Beach is a 5.5 miles long beach situated in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. The beach is a public property so you don’t have to enter into a hotel to access it. Along the beach, there are many restaurants where you can take your lunch. If you want to go scuba diving or snorkeling, you can visit Cemetery Reef. In Stingray City, you can swim with stingrays. You can also watch sea turtles at the Cayman Turtle Farm.

  1. Horseshoe Bay

Horseshoe Bay is a popular beach situated on the south part of Bermuda. It is so named because of its curving shape. The bay is surrounded by blue waters and has pink sandy seashores. The pink sand on the shore is caused by the presence of calcium carbonate, also known as red forminifera. You can rent all the beach accessories like boogie board, beach chair, and towel at the beach rentals. In Horseshoe Bay, there is a cove called Port Royal Cove with shallow water where kids can splash around. There are many rock formations and caves you can explore at the bay.

  1. Harbour Island

Harbour Island’s pink sand beaches are some of the best Caribbean beaches. The boutique hotels offers reservation for the chaise lounges and umbrellas. It is comfortable to go for a swim throughout the year.Even in January, the sea water is warm. Many families and couples like to have picnic or bask under the sun on the pink sand beaches. You can easily rent a private boat to go fishing at the beach. You can travel to the beach via the airport in Miami or hire an air charter service. You can rent bicycles, boats and kayaks from the local rental shops nearby to the beach.

  1. Trunk Bay

Trunk Bay is a beach located on the northwestern corner of Virgin Island in the Caribbean. It is a popular beach for taking photograph. The beach originally belonged to Laurence S. Rockefeller but he donated it to the Virgin Island National Park. Entrance to the Trunk Bay beach is not free and you have to pay an entrance fee. Snorkelers can follow the 225 yard long underwater trail to observe various marine creatures. They provide educational information about the coral formation and marine lives. You can climb up the trails and explore the ruins of the sugar cane plantations. Nearby, you will find facilities such as telephone, restroom and souvenir.

  1. Treasure Beach

Treasure Beach is a stretch of 6 miles long beach located by the sleepy fishing villages in Jamaica. There are a few beaches and only four of them can be accessible by the public. There are also several coves around Treasure Beach. Nearby, you will find the fishing village. There are plenty of activities that you can do including swimming, snorkeling. You can take part in the sightseeing day trips to learn about the local cultures.