Caribbean idylls, Mediterranean shipwrecks and Norwegian crags: The world's 50 best beaches revealed... so is your version of paradise on the list?

  • The best beach is Grace Bay in the Caribbean archipelago of Turks and Caicos, according to FlightNetwork
  • Travel site compiled opinions from more than 600 travel journalists, editors, bloggers and agencies for its list
  • Coming in at number two is Whitehaven Beach in Australia; at number three is Anse Lazio in The Seychelles
  • The United States has the most of any country at six; North America has the most of any continent at 17

From the northernmost reaches of Norway to the tropical oases of the Caribbean and the South Pacific, the world is graced with stunningly beautiful beaches.

Powder white beaches amid swaying palm trees and turquoise waters might represent the holiday ideal for some.?Others might crave more adventure: perhaps a windswept and craggy coastline with towering volcanoes or snow-capped mountain peaks looming over the shore.

Whatever your tastes, there's sure to be a beach or two you love in a new list assembled by travel site FlightNetwork.?It ranks the world's 50 best beaches according to the opinions of more than 600 travel journalists, editors, bloggers and agencies.?

Grace Bay in the Caribbean archipelago of Turks and Caicos, a British Overseas Territory, tops FlightNetwork's list of the 50 best beaches in the world. The beach, on the island of Providenciales, enjoys 319 days of sunshine annually, according to the travel site. It received a perfect 10 score for both 'sheer untouched beauty' and 'sand and water quality' and received an 8/10 for remoteness. A colorful barrier reef lies only a mile offshore. Luxury lifestyle blogger Kelly Stilwell writes: 'Soft white sand and unbelievably clear blue water make Grace Bay the beach traveler’s dream location'

Grace Bay in the Caribbean archipelago of Turks and Caicos, a British Overseas Territory, tops FlightNetwork's list of the 50 best beaches in the world. The beach, on the island of Providenciales, enjoys 319 days of sunshine annually, according to the travel site. It received a perfect 10 score for both 'sheer untouched beauty' and 'sand and water quality' and received an 8/10 for remoteness. A colorful barrier reef lies only a mile offshore. Luxury lifestyle blogger Kelly Stilwell writes: 'Soft white sand and unbelievably clear blue water make Grace Bay the beach traveler’s dream location'

Whitehaven Beach in Australia comes in at number 2. The four-mile long stretch of sand, pictured in an aerial photograph, earned perfect 10 scores for sheer untouched beauty, sand and water quality and remoteness. The beach is on tropical Whitsunday Island, off the coast of Queensland and about 900 miles northeast of Brisbane. The remote beach, which has 292 days of sunshine on average, can only be accessed by sea or air. Sharron Livingston of The Travel Magazine writes: 'Whitehaven Beach has oh-so-white sands, deepest green rainforests, and crystalline waters. It’s a wild island, part of the Great Barrier Reef, and is by far the most beautiful location to experience'

Whitehaven Beach in Australia comes in at number 2. The four-mile long stretch of sand, pictured in an aerial photograph, earned perfect 10 scores for sheer untouched beauty, sand and water quality and remoteness. The beach is on tropical Whitsunday Island, off the coast of Queensland and about 900 miles northeast of Brisbane. The remote beach, which has 292 days of sunshine on average, can only be accessed by sea or air. Sharron Livingston of The Travel Magazine writes: 'Whitehaven Beach has oh-so-white sands, deepest green rainforests, and crystalline waters. It’s a wild island, part of the Great Barrier Reef, and is by far the most beautiful location to experience'

At number 3 is Anse Lazio in The Seychelles, an archipelago about 1,000 miles east of Kenya. The beach on Praslin Island is backed by lush coconut palms and unusual granite boulders and faces the vibrantly blue waters of the Indian Ocean. Crystal clear water and lush coconut palms backed by granite boulders. The beach scored a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty, a 9 for sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. It has, on average, 226 days of sunshine per year. Blogger Kiersten, of The Blonde Abroad, writes: 'The white sand, emerald waters, and lush jungle are pure paradise'

At number 3 is Anse Lazio in The Seychelles, an archipelago about 1,000 miles east of Kenya. The beach on Praslin Island is backed by lush coconut palms and unusual granite boulders and faces the vibrantly blue waters of the Indian Ocean. Crystal clear water and lush coconut palms backed by granite boulders. The beach scored a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty, a 9 for sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. It has, on average, 226 days of sunshine per year. Blogger Kiersten, of The Blonde Abroad, writes: 'The white sand, emerald waters, and lush jungle are pure paradise'

Grace Bay in Turks and Caicos, a British Overseas Territory in the Lucayan Archipelago right outside the Caribbean Sea, comes in at Number 1.

Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island in Australia and Anse Lazio on Praslin Island in The Seychelles come in at numbers 2 and 3, respectively.

The United States has the greatest number of beaches on the list, with six. Of these, however, only one is on the mainland. Three are in Hawaii, one is in Puerto Rico and one is in the United States Virgin Islands.

Four are in Australia. Other than Whitehaven Beach, there is Hyams Beach in New South Wales, Lucky Bay in Cape Le Grand National Park and Turquoise Bay in Cape Range National Park.

The United Kingdom comes in third with three. But British sun-and-surf destinations such Cornwall and Pembrokeshire were left off the list. Instead, the UK's three honorees can be found in its Caribbean overseas territories: the aforementioned Grace Bay in Turks and Caicos, Seven Mile Beach in the Cayman Islands and Shoal Bay in Anguilla.

All told, North America has the most beaches on the list of any continent, with 17. It is followed by Oceania with 11, Asia and Africa each with 7, Europe with 6 and South America with 2.?

Pink Sands Beach in The Bahamas places 4th. The three-mile beach on Harbour Island is about 350 miles east of Miami, Florida. The beach received a perfect 10 for sand and water quality and an 8 for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness. The beach receives 223 days of sunshine per year, on average. Blogger Stephanie White writes: 'The island has a stunning pastel pink sand beach which adds a dreamy feeling to the atmosphere. The best part is this dreamscape is your reality on Harbour Island'

Pink Sands Beach in The Bahamas places 4th. The three-mile beach on Harbour Island is about 350 miles east of Miami, Florida. The beach received a perfect 10 for sand and water quality and an 8 for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness. The beach receives 223 days of sunshine per year, on average. Blogger Stephanie White writes: 'The island has a stunning pastel pink sand beach which adds a dreamy feeling to the atmosphere. The best part is this dreamscape is your reality on Harbour Island'

The Mediterranean oasis of Navagio Beach, coming in at number 5, is located on the Greek island of Zakynthos. The beach is particularly famous for being the site of an exposed shipwreck. Navagio is only accessible by sea. It sports an annual average 275 days of sunshine. The beach received a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty and an eight for both remoteness and sand and water quality. Blogger Jolene Ejmont writes: 'A picture perfect setting awaits you at Navagio Beach, an exposed cove on the coast of Zakynthos. Visitors come from all corners of the world to grab photos of the famous ship wreck, called Panagiotis. The gorgeous blue water is just stunning in contrast to the white cliffs and sand'

The Mediterranean oasis of Navagio Beach, coming in at number 5, is located on the Greek island of Zakynthos. The beach is particularly famous for being the site of an exposed shipwreck. Navagio is only accessible by sea. It sports an annual average 275 days of sunshine. The beach received a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty and an eight for both remoteness and sand and water quality. Blogger Jolene Ejmont writes: 'A picture perfect setting awaits you at Navagio Beach, an exposed cove on the coast of Zakynthos. Visitors come from all corners of the world to grab photos of the famous ship wreck, called Panagiotis. The gorgeous blue water is just stunning in contrast to the white cliffs and sand'

Baia Dos Porcos, at number 6, is in Fernando de Noronha, a Brazilian archipelago about 200 miles off the coast. The beach scored perfect 10s for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness and scored a 9 for sand and water quality. Travelers to the six-square-mile group of islands can fly from Recife or Natal or take a cruise from either city or Fortaleza. The archipelago is protected by UNESCO for its unique wildlife. The beach enjoys 258 days of sunshine annually, on average. Blogger Marisa Megan writes: 'The most picturesque beach you can imagine, Baia Dos Porcos is inundated with the bluest of turquoise waters and vividly colored wildlife hidden behind lofty cliffs'

Baia Dos Porcos, at number 6, is in Fernando de Noronha, a Brazilian archipelago about 200 miles off the coast. The beach scored perfect 10s for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness and scored a 9 for sand and water quality. Travelers to the six-square-mile group of islands can fly from Recife or Natal or take a cruise from either city or Fortaleza. The archipelago is protected by UNESCO for its unique wildlife. The beach enjoys 258 days of sunshine annually, on average. Blogger Marisa Megan writes: 'The most picturesque beach you can imagine, Baia Dos Porcos is inundated with the bluest of turquoise waters and vividly colored wildlife hidden behind lofty cliffs'

Playa Paraiso in Tulum, Mexico comes in at number 7. The beach, a stone's throw from  preserved Mayan ruins, has 290 days on sunshine per year, on average. The beach, easily accessible from the resort city of Cancún, scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality, a 9 for sheer untouched beauty and an 8 for remoteness. Blogger Amber Mamian writes: 'Gorgeous aqua blue water and pristine white sand combine to create the most amazing beach imaginable'

Playa Paraiso in Tulum, Mexico comes in at number 7. The beach, a stone's throw from preserved Mayan ruins, has 290 days on sunshine per year, on average. The beach, easily accessible from the resort city of Cancún, scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality, a 9 for sheer untouched beauty and an 8 for remoteness. Blogger Amber Mamian writes: 'Gorgeous aqua blue water and pristine white sand combine to create the most amazing beach imaginable'

Australia makes its second appearance at number 8 with Hyams Beach, on the coast of New South Wales. The beach, about a three-hour drive from both Sydney and Canberra, scored a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty, a 9 for sand and water quality and an 8 for remoteness. The beach  enjoys, on average, 251 days of sunshine per year. Jemma York of Academy Travel writes: 'Hyams Beach had the whitest sand I’ve ever seen against a beautiful backdrop. I almost couldn’t believe it to be true'

Australia makes its second appearance at number 8 with Hyams Beach, on the coast of New South Wales. The beach, about a three-hour drive from both Sydney and Canberra, scored a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty, a 9 for sand and water quality and an 8 for remoteness. The beach enjoys, on average, 251 days of sunshine per year. Jemma York of Academy Travel writes: 'Hyams Beach had the whitest sand I’ve ever seen against a beautiful backdrop. I almost couldn’t believe it to be true'

Mexico makes its way into the top 10 for a second time with Hidden Beach, at number 9. The beach, also known as Playa del Amor or Beach of Love, is located on the Islas Marietas and is accessible by boat from the resort city of Puerto Vallarta, on Mexico's Pacific coast. The beach scored perfect 10s for sheer untouched beauty and remoteness and received an 8 for sand and water quality. It enjoys 299 days of sunshine annually, on average. Social media 'brand' The Product Poet writes: 'A true secret paradise invisible from the outside. Playa del Amor is filled with hidden water tunnels to explore for hours'

Mexico makes its way into the top 10 for a second time with Hidden Beach, at number 9. The beach, also known as Playa del Amor or Beach of Love, is located on the Islas Marietas and is accessible by boat from the resort city of Puerto Vallarta, on Mexico's Pacific coast. The beach scored perfect 10s for sheer untouched beauty and remoteness and received an 8 for sand and water quality. It enjoys 299 days of sunshine annually, on average. Social media 'brand' The Product Poet writes: 'A true secret paradise invisible from the outside. Playa del Amor is filled with hidden water tunnels to explore for hours'

Rounding out the top 10 is Trunk Bay in the United States Virgin Islands. Part of Virgin Islands National Park, the beach scored perfect 10s for sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and received a 7 for remoteness. The beach is a bit cloudier than the rest of the top 10, receiving only 140 days of sunshine per year on average. Michelle, of blog Making Sense of Cents, writes: 'This amazing beach in the US Virgin Islands offers spectacular snorkeling, extraordinary views, and so much more beauty that you have to see it to believe it'

Rounding out the top 10 is Trunk Bay in the United States Virgin Islands. Part of Virgin Islands National Park, the beach scored perfect 10s for sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and received a 7 for remoteness. The beach is a bit cloudier than the rest of the top 10, receiving only 140 days of sunshine per year on average. Michelle, of blog Making Sense of Cents, writes: 'This amazing beach in the US Virgin Islands offers spectacular snorkeling, extraordinary views, and so much more beauty that you have to see it to believe it'

Maya Beach, on the island of?Koh Phi Phi Le in the Phi Phi archipelago of Thailand, comes in at number 11. It is accessible by boat from Phuket. The beach was used as a filming location for Leonardo DiCaprio vehicle The Beach, based on the novel by Alex Garland. Maya Beach scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality, a 9 for sheer untouched beauty and a 5 for remoteness. The beach enjoys 310 days of sunshine annually, on average. Marc Matsumoto writes: 'Enclosed by craggy rock formations with water that sparkles in the sun, this beach is a breathtaking, one-of-a-kind experience that every traveler must explore'

Maya Beach, on the island of?Koh Phi Phi Le in the Phi Phi archipelago of Thailand, comes in at number 11. It is accessible by boat from Phuket. The beach was used as a filming location for Leonardo DiCaprio vehicle The Beach, based on the novel by Alex Garland. Maya Beach scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality, a 9 for sheer untouched beauty and a 5 for remoteness. The beach enjoys 310 days of sunshine annually, on average. Marc Matsumoto writes: 'Enclosed by craggy rock formations with water that sparkles in the sun, this beach is a breathtaking, one-of-a-kind experience that every traveler must explore'

Pig Beach, in the Exumas island chain of the Bahamas, is number 12. The beach is famous for its wild pigs who roam among enchanted visitors. The beach enjoys, on average, 253 days of sunshine per year. It scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality and an 8 for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness.?Whispered Inspirations, a blog, writes:?Beautiful white sand, turquoise water, and tropical pigs are the most remarkable parts of this oasis'

Pig Beach, in the Exumas island chain of the Bahamas, is number 12. The beach is famous for its wild pigs who roam among enchanted visitors. The beach enjoys, on average, 253 days of sunshine per year. It scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality and an 8 for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness.?Whispered Inspirations, a blog, writes:?Beautiful white sand, turquoise water, and tropical pigs are the most remarkable parts of this oasis'

At number 13 is Blue Lagoon, on the volcanic island of Nacula in Fiji. The South Pacific paradise is accessible by seaplane. On average, it enjoys 79 days of sunshine annually. The beach scores a perfect 10 for remoteness, a 9 for sheer untouched beauty and an 8 for sand and water quality. Lauren Mowery, of Forbes, writes: 'Rustic, low-key lodging and colorful shallow coral for snorkeling await you on this dreamy beach destination'

At number 13 is Blue Lagoon, on the volcanic island of Nacula in Fiji. The South Pacific paradise is accessible by seaplane. On average, it enjoys 79 days of sunshine annually. The beach scores a perfect 10 for remoteness, a 9 for sheer untouched beauty and an 8 for sand and water quality. Lauren Mowery, of Forbes, writes: 'Rustic, low-key lodging and colorful shallow coral for snorkeling await you on this dreamy beach destination'

El Nido, on the island of Palawan in The Philippines, comes in at number 14. The beach framed by towering cliffs and lush palm trees scored perfect 10s for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality. It received an 8 for remoteness. The beach receives, on average, 232 days of sunshine per year. Blogger Points and Travel writes: 'I have never seen more pristine beauty in my life. This place is stunningly gorgeous beyond measure, with miles of beaches and coves'

El Nido, on the island of Palawan in The Philippines, comes in at number 14. The beach framed by towering cliffs and lush palm trees scored perfect 10s for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality. It received an 8 for remoteness. The beach receives, on average, 232 days of sunshine per year. Blogger Points and Travel writes: 'I have never seen more pristine beauty in my life. This place is stunningly gorgeous beyond measure, with miles of beaches and coves'

Muri Beach, on Rarotonga in New Zealand's Cook Islands archipelago, is number 15. The remote South Pacific islands are accessible by plane from the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Tahiti. The beach enjoys 275 days of sunshine annually, on average. It scored a 9 for sand and water quality, an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 7 for remoteness. Mirka Moore writes: 'Muri Beach is a small, extremely romantic island getaway. Its white sands and turquoise waters will make you believe in true love'

Muri Beach, on Rarotonga in New Zealand's Cook Islands archipelago, is number 15. The remote South Pacific islands are accessible by plane from the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Tahiti. The beach enjoys 275 days of sunshine annually, on average. It scored a 9 for sand and water quality, an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 7 for remoteness. Mirka Moore writes: 'Muri Beach is a small, extremely romantic island getaway. Its white sands and turquoise waters will make you believe in true love'

Salt Whistle Bay, on the 1.5-square-mile island of Mayreau in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, comes in at number 16. The Caribbean beach enjoys 187 days of sunshine per year, on average. It scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality and an 8 for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness. Jim Byers of Travel Pulse Canada writes: 'A picture-perfect slice of sand. With hardly any development around, it’s peaceful and quiet'

Salt Whistle Bay, on the 1.5-square-mile island of Mayreau in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, comes in at number 16. The Caribbean beach enjoys 187 days of sunshine per year, on average. It scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality and an 8 for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness. Jim Byers of Travel Pulse Canada writes: 'A picture-perfect slice of sand. With hardly any development around, it’s peaceful and quiet'

Half Moon Bay in Antigua and Barbuda comes in at number 17. The beach on the island of Antigua enjoys, on average, 280 days of sunshine per year. The Caribbean paradise scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality and received a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness. Katie Kelly Bell, of Forbes, writes: 'Half Moon Bay transports its visitors into a world of turquoise, clear waters and exquisite views. Snorkeling right off-shore is a mesmerizing experience unlike any other'

Half Moon Bay in Antigua and Barbuda comes in at number 17. The beach on the island of Antigua enjoys, on average, 280 days of sunshine per year. The Caribbean paradise scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality and received a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness. Katie Kelly Bell, of Forbes, writes: 'Half Moon Bay transports its visitors into a world of turquoise, clear waters and exquisite views. Snorkeling right off-shore is a mesmerizing experience unlike any other'

Lucky Bay, in Australia's?Cape Le Grand National Park, is number 18. The beach enjoys 295 days of sunshine per year, on average, and received a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality. It received a 7 for remoteness.?Rebecca Chisholm of Rottnest Island Authority writes: 'Lucky Bay is one of the most stunning untouched landscapes featuring azure waters, blindingly white sand and the occasional visit by local kangaroos'

Lucky Bay, in Australia's?Cape Le Grand National Park, is number 18. The beach enjoys 295 days of sunshine per year, on average, and received a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality. It received a 7 for remoteness.?Rebecca Chisholm of Rottnest Island Authority writes: 'Lucky Bay is one of the most stunning untouched landscapes featuring azure waters, blindingly white sand and the occasional visit by local kangaroos'

At number 19 is Flamenco Beach in Puerto Rico. On Culebra Island, the beach received a perfect 10 for sand and water quality and enjoys, on average, 270 annual days of sunshine. It received a 9 for sheer untouched beauty and an 8 for remoteness. Travel Freak, a blog, writes: 'Not only are there long stretches of powdery white sand and dazzling blue water, Flamenco Beach is also home to unique features which keep you returning for more'

At number 19 is Flamenco Beach in Puerto Rico. On Culebra Island, the beach received a perfect 10 for sand and water quality and enjoys, on average, 270 annual days of sunshine. It received a 9 for sheer untouched beauty and an 8 for remoteness. Travel Freak, a blog, writes: 'Not only are there long stretches of powdery white sand and dazzling blue water, Flamenco Beach is also home to unique features which keep you returning for more'

Coming in at number 20 is Reynisfjara Beach in Iceland. Offering a different sort of beach-going experience, the subarctic stretch of sand is about two hours by car from Reykjavik. The beach enjoys, on average, 160 days of sunshine per year. It received a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty, a 9 for sand and water quality and an 8 for remoteness.?Roamaroo writes: 'The pure beauty of the island is sure to warm your heart. Its black sand, gigantic basalt rocks, and crashing Atlantic waves will create lasting memories'

Coming in at number 20 is Reynisfjara Beach in Iceland. Offering a different sort of beach-going experience, the subarctic stretch of sand is about two hours by car from Reykjavik. The beach enjoys, on average, 160 days of sunshine per year. It received a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty, a 9 for sand and water quality and an 8 for remoteness.?Roamaroo writes: 'The pure beauty of the island is sure to warm your heart. Its black sand, gigantic basalt rocks, and crashing Atlantic waves will create lasting memories'

?le aux Cerfs, a private island off the coast of Mauritius, comes in at number 21. The beach enjoys 270 days of sunshine per year, on average. Its sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality earned perfect scores of 10. It earned a 9 for remoteness.?Mohammad of La Vacanza Travel writes: 'Crystallized blue waters and sugar white sands create an island worthy of an explorer’s paradise and top travel destination'

?le aux Cerfs, a private island off the coast of Mauritius, comes in at number 21. The beach enjoys 270 days of sunshine per year, on average. Its sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality earned perfect scores of 10. It earned a 9 for remoteness.?Mohammad of La Vacanza Travel writes: 'Crystallized blue waters and sugar white sands create an island worthy of an explorer’s paradise and top travel destination'

Fulhadhoo, an island that is part of the?Southern Maalhosmadulhu Atoll in the Maldives, is number 22. The island in the Indian Ocean enjoys, on average, 223 days of sunshine per year. Its sheer untouched beauty earns it a perfect 10, while its remoteness and sand and water quality both earn a 9. Rachel Weir of Five Star Alliance writes: 'This is the destination for luxurious days and nights spent entirely on a glowing tropical beach. The water sparkles brilliantly as the waves roll to meet your sand covered feet and you wonder how you ended up in paradise'

Fulhadhoo, an island that is part of the?Southern Maalhosmadulhu Atoll in the Maldives, is number 22. The island in the Indian Ocean enjoys, on average, 223 days of sunshine per year. Its sheer untouched beauty earns it a perfect 10, while its remoteness and sand and water quality both earn a 9. Rachel Weir of Five Star Alliance writes: 'This is the destination for luxurious days and nights spent entirely on a glowing tropical beach. The water sparkles brilliantly as the waves roll to meet your sand covered feet and you wonder how you ended up in paradise'

Vaeroy Beach, in Norway, comes in at number 23. The beach is on the far-flung island of Vaeroy, which itself is part of the remote Lofoten archipelago. The beach scores a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness and an 8 for sand and water quality. Bobby Heard of FlightNetwork writes: 'Vaeory is truly one of the most unique and distinctive beaches on the planet. You will be stunned not only by the jewel toned waters but by the impressive cliffs which frame the backdrop of an otherworldly location'

Vaeroy Beach, in Norway, comes in at number 23. The beach is on the far-flung island of Vaeroy, which itself is part of the remote Lofoten archipelago. The beach scores a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness and an 8 for sand and water quality. Bobby Heard of FlightNetwork writes: 'Vaeory is truly one of the most unique and distinctive beaches on the planet. You will be stunned not only by the jewel toned waters but by the impressive cliffs which frame the backdrop of an otherworldly location'

Coming in at number 24 is Cayo Coco, an island off the coast of Cuba. The small island enjoys 251 days of sunshine per year and scored a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty. It received a 9 for both remoteness and sand and water quality. Cuba Explorer writes: 'Fine sand and pristine waters create a beach meant for peaceful swimming and relaxing moments on the shore'

Coming in at number 24 is Cayo Coco, an island off the coast of Cuba. The small island enjoys 251 days of sunshine per year and scored a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty. It received a 9 for both remoteness and sand and water quality. Cuba Explorer writes: 'Fine sand and pristine waters create a beach meant for peaceful swimming and relaxing moments on the shore'

At number 25 is Seven Mile Beach in the Cayman Islands, a British Overseas Territory in the Caribbean Sea. On Grand Cayman Island, the beach is a stone's throw from the islands' capital of George Town. The beach enjoys, on average, 242 days of sunshine per year. It received an 8 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. The Planet D, a blog, writes: 'This grand stretch of white sandy beach is the perfect spot for relaxtion and island adventure. The clear sapphire blue waters are the most magnificent place for snorkeling, parasailing, or stand up paddle boarding'

At number 25 is Seven Mile Beach in the Cayman Islands, a British Overseas Territory in the Caribbean Sea. On Grand Cayman Island, the beach is a stone's throw from the islands' capital of George Town. The beach enjoys, on average, 242 days of sunshine per year. It received an 8 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. The Planet D, a blog, writes: 'This grand stretch of white sandy beach is the perfect spot for relaxtion and island adventure. The clear sapphire blue waters are the most magnificent place for snorkeling, parasailing, or stand up paddle boarding'

Anse Source d’Argent, in The Seychelles, comes in at number 26. The beach, famed for its unique rock formations, enjoys 325 days of sunshine per year, on average. It received perfect 10 scores for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality. For remoteness, it received a 9. The beach is on the island of La Digue and is accessible by boat. Rob Hale of Travel N Relax Inc writes: 'Anse Source d’Argent is a jaw dropping beach featuring sun-dappled giant boulders, calm turquoise waters, and snow white sand'

Anse Source d’Argent, in The Seychelles, comes in at number 26. The beach, famed for its unique rock formations, enjoys 325 days of sunshine per year, on average. It received perfect 10 scores for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality. For remoteness, it received a 9. The beach is on the island of La Digue and is accessible by boat. Rob Hale of Travel N Relax Inc writes: 'Anse Source d’Argent is a jaw dropping beach featuring sun-dappled giant boulders, calm turquoise waters, and snow white sand'

Horseshoe Bay on Bermuda, a subtropical Atlantic island that is part of the United Kingdom, is number 27. The beach, which enjoys 223 days of sunshine per year, scored perfect 10s for sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality. It scored a 7 for remoteness. Blogger Justin Plus Lauren writes: 'The pink sands and the rock formations make Horseshoe Bay the most unique tropical landscape in the world'

Horseshoe Bay on Bermuda, a subtropical Atlantic island that is part of the United Kingdom, is number 27. The beach, which enjoys 223 days of sunshine per year, scored perfect 10s for sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality. It scored a 7 for remoteness. Blogger Justin Plus Lauren writes: 'The pink sands and the rock formations make Horseshoe Bay the most unique tropical landscape in the world'

Coming in at number 28 is Honokalani Beach, on the Hawaiian island of Maui. The beach scored a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty and enjoys 273 days of sunshine per year, on average. In?Waianapanapa State Park, the beach scored a 9 for sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. Breanna Wilson of Forbes wrote: 'With it’s black sand and lush green surroundings, Honokalani Beach is unlike any other beach in the world – which is exactly what makes it so special'

Coming in at number 28 is Honokalani Beach, on the Hawaiian island of Maui. The beach scored a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty and enjoys 273 days of sunshine per year, on average. In?Waianapanapa State Park, the beach scored a 9 for sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. Breanna Wilson of Forbes wrote: 'With it’s black sand and lush green surroundings, Honokalani Beach is unlike any other beach in the world – which is exactly what makes it so special'

At number 29 is Turquoise Bay in Australia's?Cape Range National Park. The beach enjoys 275 days of sunshine per year and scored perfect 10s for sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality. It scored an eight for remoteness. Uncornered Market writes: 'The beach is wide, remote, and with very few people meant for a serene day in the tropics. The underwater marine life makes this beach even more spectacular with the astounding Ningaloo Coral Reef'

At number 29 is Turquoise Bay in Australia's?Cape Range National Park. The beach enjoys 275 days of sunshine per year and scored perfect 10s for sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality. It scored an eight for remoteness. Uncornered Market writes: 'The beach is wide, remote, and with very few people meant for a serene day in the tropics. The underwater marine life makes this beach even more spectacular with the astounding Ningaloo Coral Reef'

Elafonissi Beach on the Greek island of Crete comes in at number 30. The pink-sand, Mediterranean beach scored a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. Journalist Jessica Loves writes: 'This dreamy island needs to be seen to be believed. The ground literally sparkles with pink-tinted sand and crystal-clear Mediterranean waters'

Elafonissi Beach on the Greek island of Crete comes in at number 30. The pink-sand, Mediterranean beach scored a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. Journalist Jessica Loves writes: 'This dreamy island needs to be seen to be believed. The ground literally sparkles with pink-tinted sand and crystal-clear Mediterranean waters'

Champagne Beach, on the island of?Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu, comes in at number 31. The beach enjoys 193 days of sunshine annually, on average. It received a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. Travel journalist Karen T Bartlett writes: 'Stunning sand and clear turquoise water with romantic mountain and island vistas, embraced by lush South Pacific jungles make Champagne Beach a true Vanuatu experience'

Champagne Beach, on the island of?Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu, comes in at number 31. The beach enjoys 193 days of sunshine annually, on average. It received a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. Travel journalist Karen T Bartlett writes: 'Stunning sand and clear turquoise water with romantic mountain and island vistas, embraced by lush South Pacific jungles make Champagne Beach a true Vanuatu experience'

Tunnels Beach, on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, comes in at number 32. The beach enjoys 240 days of sunshine per year, on average. It scored a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. Amber Selene Turpin of The Mercury News writes: 'Great for walking, snorkeling, sunset gazing, and exploring nature’s wonders, Tunnels Beach truly has it all'

Tunnels Beach, on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, comes in at number 32. The beach enjoys 240 days of sunshine per year, on average. It scored a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. Amber Selene Turpin of The Mercury News writes: 'Great for walking, snorkeling, sunset gazing, and exploring nature’s wonders, Tunnels Beach truly has it all'

At number 33 is?Kaputa? Beach in Turkey. The small beach, about three hours by car from Antalya, enjoys 292 days of sunshine per year, on average. The Mediterranean beach scored a 9 for sand and water quality, an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 6 for remoteness. Bobby Heard, of FlightNetwork, writes: 'The vivid hues of nature dotted with brightly colored umbrellas make this place worthy of a picture perfect day. The crystalline water meeting with golden, sun-kissed sand makes you feel as though you have traveled to another world'

At number 33 is?Kaputa? Beach in Turkey. The small beach, about three hours by car from Antalya, enjoys 292 days of sunshine per year, on average. The Mediterranean beach scored a 9 for sand and water quality, an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 6 for remoteness. Bobby Heard, of FlightNetwork, writes: 'The vivid hues of nature dotted with brightly colored umbrellas make this place worthy of a picture perfect day. The crystalline water meeting with golden, sun-kissed sand makes you feel as though you have traveled to another world'

Dhigurah Island, part of the?Alifu Dhaalu Atoll in the Maldives, comes in at number 34. The island, which is less than one square mile, enjoys 223 days of sunshine per year, on average. It received a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and an 8 for remoteness. Lindsey Parry of Arabian Notes writes: 'You are truly steps away from the edge of paradise when you find yourself on Dhigurah Island. Soft white sand will surround you while crystal waters lap at your feet on an island meant for dreamers'

Dhigurah Island, part of the?Alifu Dhaalu Atoll in the Maldives, comes in at number 34. The island, which is less than one square mile, enjoys 223 days of sunshine per year, on average. It received a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and an 8 for remoteness. Lindsey Parry of Arabian Notes writes: 'You are truly steps away from the edge of paradise when you find yourself on Dhigurah Island. Soft white sand will surround you while crystal waters lap at your feet on an island meant for dreamers'

At number 35 is??le aux Nattes, an island off the coast of Madagascar. The island in the Indian Ocean enjoys 265 days of sunshine per year, on average, and scored a perfect 10 for remoteness. It received a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality. Bradt Travel Guides writes: 'A car-free island off Madagascar, ?le aux Nattes has white sand, warm waters, and coral to make each visitor experience true awe in the face of beauty'

At number 35 is??le aux Nattes, an island off the coast of Madagascar. The island in the Indian Ocean enjoys 265 days of sunshine per year, on average, and scored a perfect 10 for remoteness. It received a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality. Bradt Travel Guides writes: 'A car-free island off Madagascar, ?le aux Nattes has white sand, warm waters, and coral to make each visitor experience true awe in the face of beauty'

Cala Goloroitzé, on the Italian island of Sardinia, is number 36. The beach receives 312 days of sunshine per year, on average, and received a perfect 10 for sand and water quality. The Mediterranean beach received a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness. Daniel Cheung of The Modman writes: 'Cala Goloritze is really a hidden gem, remaining quiet and beautifully preserved without larger crowds. The emerald waters mesmerize while you float, captured by the tranquility of cool waters and ocean breezes'

Cala Goloroitzé, on the Italian island of Sardinia, is number 36. The beach receives 312 days of sunshine per year, on average, and received a perfect 10 for sand and water quality. The Mediterranean beach received a 9 for both sheer untouched beauty and remoteness. Daniel Cheung of The Modman writes: 'Cala Goloritze is really a hidden gem, remaining quiet and beautifully preserved without larger crowds. The emerald waters mesmerize while you float, captured by the tranquility of cool waters and ocean breezes'

The Los Roques archipelago, part of Venezuela, comes in at number 37. The 16-square-mile island group, in the Caribbean, enjoys 265 days of sunshine per year, on average. The island chain's beaches received perfect 10 scores for sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality, and a 7 for remoteness. Laura Termini of Chicanol writes: 'After traveling the world, I can say that Los Roques is truly a unique beach destination that everyone should experience'

The Los Roques archipelago, part of Venezuela, comes in at number 37. The 16-square-mile island group, in the Caribbean, enjoys 265 days of sunshine per year, on average. The island chain's beaches received perfect 10 scores for sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality, and a 7 for remoteness. Laura Termini of Chicanol writes: 'After traveling the world, I can say that Los Roques is truly a unique beach destination that everyone should experience'

Long Beach in Canada comes in at number 38. The 10-mile long beach is on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, and lies within?Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. It enjoys 273 days of sunshine per year, on average. It scored a 9 for sheer untouched beauty and a 7 for both remoteness and sand and water quality. Writer David Webb writes: 'This gorgeous stretch of northern sand offers a lush coastal rainforest, pounding surf, lively tidal pools, and unobstructed sunsets. It is an ideal place to ride waves, beach-comb, storm watch, and forget the world for a while'

Long Beach in Canada comes in at number 38. The 10-mile long beach is on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, and lies within?Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. It enjoys 273 days of sunshine per year, on average. It scored a 9 for sheer untouched beauty and a 7 for both remoteness and sand and water quality. Writer David Webb writes: 'This gorgeous stretch of northern sand offers a lush coastal rainforest, pounding surf, lively tidal pools, and unobstructed sunsets. It is an ideal place to ride waves, beach-comb, storm watch, and forget the world for a while'

Grand Anse on Grenada comes in at number 39. The Caribbean beach enjoys 223 days of sunshine annually. It scored a 9 for sand and water quality, an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 7 for remoteness. A Taste for Travel writes: 'This 3.2-kilometer (2.0-mile) long stretch of paradise features calm turquoise waters, fine white sand, and a collection of intimate spaces meant for pure comfort and tropical relaxation'

Grand Anse on Grenada comes in at number 39. The Caribbean beach enjoys 223 days of sunshine annually. It scored a 9 for sand and water quality, an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 7 for remoteness. A Taste for Travel writes: 'This 3.2-kilometer (2.0-mile) long stretch of paradise features calm turquoise waters, fine white sand, and a collection of intimate spaces meant for pure comfort and tropical relaxation'

At number 40 is Boulders Beach in South Africa. The beach in Simon's Town, less than an hour by car from Cape Town's city center, offers the unique opportunity to observe a large colony of African penguins. The beach enjoys 295 days of sunshine per year, on average, and scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality. It received an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 7 for remoteness. Writer?Melanie Votaw writes: 'Where else can you see penguins on a beach? The penguin colony at South Africa’s Boulders Beach, along with the beautiful boulders themselves, make this the most unusual yet incredible beach experience of my life'

At number 40 is Boulders Beach in South Africa. The beach in Simon's Town, less than an hour by car from Cape Town's city center, offers the unique opportunity to observe a large colony of African penguins. The beach enjoys 295 days of sunshine per year, on average, and scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality. It received an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 7 for remoteness. Writer?Melanie Votaw writes: 'Where else can you see penguins on a beach? The penguin colony at South Africa’s Boulders Beach, along with the beautiful boulders themselves, make this the most unusual yet incredible beach experience of my life'

Lanikai Beach, on the Hawaiian island of O'ahu, comes in at number 41. Only 30 minutes by car from Honolulu, the beach has 300 days of sunshine per year, on average, and received a perfect 10 score for sheer untouched beauty. It received a 9 for sand and water quality and an 8 for remoteness. Blogger Christine Kaaloa writes: 'The name "Lanikai" translates into "heavenly sea" and Lanikai Beach lives up to its name with white soft sands and crystal clear calm blue waters. It is a breathtaking, mesmerizing wonder'

Lanikai Beach, on the Hawaiian island of O'ahu, comes in at number 41. Only 30 minutes by car from Honolulu, the beach has 300 days of sunshine per year, on average, and received a perfect 10 score for sheer untouched beauty. It received a 9 for sand and water quality and an 8 for remoteness. Blogger Christine Kaaloa writes: 'The name "Lanikai" translates into "heavenly sea" and Lanikai Beach lives up to its name with white soft sands and crystal clear calm blue waters. It is a breathtaking, mesmerizing wonder'

Cala Mitjana, on the Spanish island of Menorca, is number 42. The Mediterranean beach scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality, an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 6 for remoteness. The beach enjoys 223 days of sunshine per year, on average. Blogger Paul Dow writes: 'Cala Mitjana is a small and beautiful sandy beach hidden in a rocky cove. Absolutely breathtaking with clear waters enclosed by plush sands and bounteous pines swaying coolly in the breeze. It is a natural wonder which enraptures your senses and surrounds you with a feeling of luxury'

Cala Mitjana, on the Spanish island of Menorca, is number 42. The Mediterranean beach scored a perfect 10 for sand and water quality, an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 6 for remoteness. The beach enjoys 223 days of sunshine per year, on average. Blogger Paul Dow writes: 'Cala Mitjana is a small and beautiful sandy beach hidden in a rocky cove. Absolutely breathtaking with clear waters enclosed by plush sands and bounteous pines swaying coolly in the breeze. It is a natural wonder which enraptures your senses and surrounds you with a feeling of luxury'

Shoal Bay in Anguilla, a Caribbean island and a British Overseas Territory, places 43. The beach enjoys an average annual temperature of 28 (82F) degrees and 159 days of sunshine annually, on average. The two-mile stretch of sand scored a 9 for sand and water quality, an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 7 for remoteness. Larry Olmsted of Forbes writes: 'Shoal Bay is everything you want in a tropical beach with two miles of the most perfect sand fronted by perfect Caribbean waters and colorful coral reefs'

Shoal Bay in Anguilla, a Caribbean island and a British Overseas Territory, places 43. The beach enjoys an average annual temperature of 28 (82F) degrees and 159 days of sunshine annually, on average. The two-mile stretch of sand scored a 9 for sand and water quality, an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 7 for remoteness. Larry Olmsted of Forbes writes: 'Shoal Bay is everything you want in a tropical beach with two miles of the most perfect sand fronted by perfect Caribbean waters and colorful coral reefs'

One Foot Island, in New Zealand's Cook Islands archipelago, is number 44. The remote South Pacific islands are accessible by plane from the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Tahiti. One Foot Island is then accessible by boat. The beach enjoys 233 days of sunshine annually, on average. The beach scored perfect 10s for remoteness and sand and water quality and a 9 for sheer untouched beauty. Ordinary Traveler, a blog, writes: 'One Foot Island is untouched beauty that consists of sugar-white sand and uncrowded beaches with the clearest water I’ve ever seen'

One Foot Island, in New Zealand's Cook Islands archipelago, is number 44. The remote South Pacific islands are accessible by plane from the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Tahiti. One Foot Island is then accessible by boat. The beach enjoys 233 days of sunshine annually, on average. The beach scored perfect 10s for remoteness and sand and water quality and a 9 for sheer untouched beauty. Ordinary Traveler, a blog, writes: 'One Foot Island is untouched beauty that consists of sugar-white sand and uncrowded beaches with the clearest water I’ve ever seen'

Thailand's Ao Nang comes in at number 45. The beach, in Krabi province in mainland Thailand, enjoys 200 days of sunshine per year, on average. The beach scored a 9 for sheer untouched beauty, an 8 for sand and water quality and a 6 for remoteness. Kensington Tours writes: 'Ao Nang Beach transports you to another world, painted in hues of perfect blues and golds. The waters rush up to your sand covered feet while you look in awe at the ivy covered cliffs and wonder how you made it to paradise'

Thailand's Ao Nang comes in at number 45. The beach, in Krabi province in mainland Thailand, enjoys 200 days of sunshine per year, on average. The beach scored a 9 for sheer untouched beauty, an 8 for sand and water quality and a 6 for remoteness. Kensington Tours writes: 'Ao Nang Beach transports you to another world, painted in hues of perfect blues and golds. The waters rush up to your sand covered feet while you look in awe at the ivy covered cliffs and wonder how you made it to paradise'

Radhanagar Beach, in India, comes in at number 46. The beach is on Havelock Island, in the Andaman Islands archipelago to the east of the country's mainland. The archipelago is accessible by plane from the Indian mainland and Havelock is accessible from the archipelago's main airport by seaplane and boat. The beach received 9s for remoteness and sand and water quality and an 8 for sheer untouched beauty. It enjoys 112 days of sunshine annually, on average. Travel site View from the Wing writes: 'Radhanagar Beach is pure beauty off the beaten path in the Andaman Islands that rivals all other beach locations'

Radhanagar Beach, in India, comes in at number 46. The beach is on Havelock Island, in the Andaman Islands archipelago to the east of the country's mainland. The archipelago is accessible by plane from the Indian mainland and Havelock is accessible from the archipelago's main airport by seaplane and boat. The beach received 9s for remoteness and sand and water quality and an 8 for sheer untouched beauty. It enjoys 112 days of sunshine annually, on average. Travel site View from the Wing writes: 'Radhanagar Beach is pure beauty off the beaten path in the Andaman Islands that rivals all other beach locations'

Eagle Beach, at number 47, is in Aruba, an island off the coast of Venezuela that is part of The Netherlands. An iconic feature of the beach is the Divi-Divi Tree, unique to the ABC island of Aruba, Bonaire and?Cura?ao. The beach scored 9s for sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and an 8 for remoteness. It has 269 days of sunshine annually, on average. Blogger Gwen Pratesi writes: 'The sky lights up above the beach with spectacular colors as the sun sets over the Caribbean Sea. It is one of the most romantic settings in the world'

Eagle Beach, at number 47, is in Aruba, an island off the coast of Venezuela that is part of The Netherlands. An iconic feature of the beach is the Divi-Divi Tree, unique to the ABC island of Aruba, Bonaire and?Cura?ao. The beach scored 9s for sheer untouched beauty and sand and water quality and an 8 for remoteness. It has 269 days of sunshine annually, on average. Blogger Gwen Pratesi writes: 'The sky lights up above the beach with spectacular colors as the sun sets over the Caribbean Sea. It is one of the most romantic settings in the world'

Ageeba Beach, on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt, is number 48. The beach scored a 9 for sheer untouched beauty, an 8 for sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. It has 245 days of sunshine annually, on average. The beach is about five hours by car from Cairo. Matthew Greenspan of FlightNetwork writes: 'Arabic for "miracle," it is no wonder this fantastic beach bears such a name. The bluest waters and plushest sands bring visitors from all over the world to this stunning landmark, creating a dreamy experience that ignites the senses'

Ageeba Beach, on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt, is number 48. The beach scored a 9 for sheer untouched beauty, an 8 for sand and water quality and a 7 for remoteness. It has 245 days of sunshine annually, on average. The beach is about five hours by car from Cairo. Matthew Greenspan of FlightNetwork writes: 'Arabic for "miracle," it is no wonder this fantastic beach bears such a name. The bluest waters and plushest sands bring visitors from all over the world to this stunning landmark, creating a dreamy experience that ignites the senses'

Diani Beach in Kenya comes in at number 49. The beach is about an hour south of Mombasa by car. Beachgoers can see the Whale Shark out at sea and monkeys in the lush trees framing the pristine stretch of sand. The six-mile long beach scored a 9 for sand and water quality, an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 6 for remoteness. It has 111 days of sunshine annually, on average. Tour planner AfricanMecca Safaris writes: 'Diani Beach transports you to a cultural beach experience made even more amazing with access to Kisite Marine Park for snorkeling and whale shark diving'

Diani Beach in Kenya comes in at number 49. The beach is about an hour south of Mombasa by car. Beachgoers can see the Whale Shark out at sea and monkeys in the lush trees framing the pristine stretch of sand. The six-mile long beach scored a 9 for sand and water quality, an 8 for sheer untouched beauty and a 6 for remoteness. It has 111 days of sunshine annually, on average. Tour planner AfricanMecca Safaris writes: 'Diani Beach transports you to a cultural beach experience made even more amazing with access to Kisite Marine Park for snorkeling and whale shark diving'

Last, but not least, is Cannon Beach at Number 50. The stretch of sand in Oregon, on the Pacific Northwest Coast of the United States, is more well-suited to long walks and exploration than sun-bathing. It  receives 144 days of sunshine annually, on average. The beach, which was featured in the vampire romance film Twilight, scored a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty, a 9 for sand and water quality and an 8 for remoteness. Blogger Round The World Girl writes: 'Cannon Beach has incredible Pacific Northwest vibes while remaining quiet and serene for a beach experience that wraps you in comfort'

Last, but not least, is Cannon Beach at Number 50. The stretch of sand in Oregon, on the Pacific Northwest Coast of the United States, is more well-suited to long walks and exploration than sun-bathing. It receives 144 days of sunshine annually, on average. The beach, which was featured in the vampire romance film Twilight, scored a perfect 10 for sheer untouched beauty, a 9 for sand and water quality and an 8 for remoteness. Blogger Round The World Girl writes: 'Cannon Beach has incredible Pacific Northwest vibes while remaining quiet and serene for a beach experience that wraps you in comfort'

THE WORLD'S 50 BEST BEACHES, ACCORDING TO FLIGHTNETWORK

1. Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos, United Kingdom

2. Whitehaven Beach, Australia

3. Anse Lazio, Seychelles

4. Pink Sands Beach, Bahamas

5. Navagio Beach, Greece

6.?Baia Dos Porcos, Brazil

7. Playa Paraiso, Mexico

8. Hyams Beach, Australia

9. Hidden Beach, Mexico

10. Trunk Bay, United States Virgin Islands

11. Maya Bay, Thailand

12. Pig Beach, Bahamas

13. Blue Lagoon, Fiji

14. El Nido, Philippines

15. Muri Beach, Cook Islands, New Zealand

16. Saltwhistle Bay, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

17. Half Moon Bay, Antigua and Barbuda

18. Lucky Bay, Australia

19. Flamenco Beach, Puerto Rico, United States

20. Reynisfjara Beach, Iceland

21. ?le aux Cerfs, Mauritius

22. Fulhadhoo Beach, Maldives

23. Vaeroy, Norway

24. Cayo Coco, Cuba

25. Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands, United Kingdom

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26.?Anse Source d’Argent, Seychelles

27. Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda

28. Honokalani Beach, Hawaii, United States

29. Turquoise Bay, Australia

30. Elafonissi Beach, Greece

31. Champagne Beach, Vanuatu

32. Tunnels Beach, Hawaii, United States

33. Kaputas Beach, Turkey

34. Dhigurah Island, Maldives

35. ??le aux Nattes, Madagascar

36. Cala Goloroitze, Italy

37. Los Roques, Venezuela

38. Long Beach, Canada

39. Grand Anse, Grenada

40. Boulders Beach, South Africa

41. Lanikai Beach, Hawaii, United States

42. Cala Mitjana, Spain

43. Shoal Bay, Anguilla, United Kingdom

44. One Foot Island, Cook Islands, New Zealand

45. Ao Nang, Thailand

46. Radhanagar Beach, India

47. Eagle Beach, Aruba, The Netherlands

48. Ageeba Beach, Egypt

49. Diani Beach, Kenya

50. Cannon Beach, Oregon, United States?

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