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Our Top 10 Beaches in the World

Grand Anse Beach – Grenada

Our first choice is grand anse. This beach is 2 miles of pure beautiful white sand. It’s perfect for water skiing, parasailing, kayaking and snorkelling. There’s even a dive school on the beach that you can attend. It is absolutely pristine with calm waters, perfect for the little ones. A few years ago the government built a vendor’s market on the beach, so there’s no hassle when you are on the beach –no one is going to bother or harass you.

It gets a little busy when the cruise ships come in, so our tip is if you go to the farthest point away from the port, it will be much more quieter.

Anse Source D’Argent Beach – Praslin, Seychelles

With a small series of crescent-shaped pink sandy beaches and breath-taking scenery, Anse Source d’Argent is our next choice. All separated by huge granite folders, it gives the feeling of seclusion and tranquillity. A reef shelters it, so it’s perfect for snorkelling and sunbathing.

Anse Lazio– Praslin Seychelles. Another great beach in Praslin, which was in fact voted one of the best beaches in the world! Both beaches are extremely relaxing an tranquil

Bermuda Beaches

Bermuda has 34 beautiful pristine beaches. The fine soft sand and the extremely calm waters make for a great day at the beach. The majority of the beaches are quiet un crowded – with the exception of Horseshoe and Tobacco Beach. These beaches mainly get busy because of the cruise ships that come in. It’s too difficult for us to pick our favourite beach in Bermuda; it just depends on what you are looking for! Whether you want a private beach, a tranquil setting, or a beach that’s perfect at sunset – there is a beach in Bermuda to suit your needs. Our top tip is to hire a motorbike and tour the Island and different beaches.

Port Douglas – Queensland, Australia

It is an hour’s drive north of Cairns, and is a beautiful and uncrowned beach. It’s 4 miles covered by palm trees – great if you want to go horse back riding! Also is a perfect spot to work on your tan and watch the sun set in the evening.

Anguilla Beaches

Anguilla has 33 amazing beaches to choose from – so it has something for everyone. Meads Bay stands out to us mainly because it’s a mile long and it totally unspoiled and un crowded. You can fall asleep on the beach and wake up to no one around you! The sand is very fine, so there’s no shells or rocks, and snorkelling is a must. There is also a section in the sea where the sun shines down beautifully and you can see a lot of fish circling around your feet – which is amazing to see.

Copacabana Beach - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

This beach is very busy, bustling and crowded! Backed by high-rise hotels, Copacabana is two miles of sandy beach. Ipanema Beach is next door to Copacabana and less crowded and more off market. Our advice is to purchase a nice cool beer off a beach vendor and soak up the atmosphere! You’ll see beautiful men and women playing volleyball, exercising on the beach and posing – a great place to do some people watching.

Negril Beach - Jamaica

This famous beach in Jamaica is 7 miles long! It also has a great vibe and atmosphere. The beach area has something for everybody – you can stay in a five star luxurious hotel, or you can stay in a family room boutique. If you’re looking to go for an early morning beach run, the beach is shelved-in, and it’s also a great place just to sit and relax while possibly listening to some Reggae.

Beadnell Beach – Northumberland

This is a beach that will bring back many childhood memories for some people. It’s backed by large sand dunes and is a perfect place to take your dog walking. It’s also a great place to get the kite out, or do some surfing and body boarding. These water sports have become very popular over the last few years, due to the surf waves reaching up to 15 feet. It is a brilliant beach in the UK, and we highly recommend that you take a trip with the family there some time soon!

Paynes Beach – Barbados

This beach is perfect for strolling along. Whilst you’re strolling along the beach, you can take in the sites and see some amazing villas. You’ll see where the rich and famous live, and you may even spot a celebrity. It’s always un-crowded and is great for paddling and jet skiing. You can also take a boat out and go snorkelling with the turtles.

We haven’t been to every beach in the world, but these are just some of our favourites that we wanted to share with you!

Sharon May

Sep 17 2015 Share Tweet