20. Galapagos Beach at Tortuga Bay

While you may know the Galapagos islands from Planet Earth, there’s another reason it’s well-known – for being one of the best beaches in the world.

As you may have guessed, there’s no end to the wildlife that you can see when vacationing here. The marine iguanas are a sight to behold and can be enjoyed from the beach itself or the paved path that runs parallel.

People got excited about the long walks you can take on this expansive piece of sand.

19. Kleopatra Beach, Turkey

If you love your water sports and don’t mind getting thrown around a bit in the waves, then consider Kleopatra beach your next holiday destination.

With soft white sand and rolling waves, this beach attracts hundreds of revelers each year. Whether it’s to sunbathe or get in the water and frolic around, it’s one of the best beaches no matter what you’re there for.

It also has a great range of water sports that you can be a part of, too.

18. Agonda Beach, India

When you think of India, you may of sensory overload, not relaxation and meditation.
However, this is precisely what Agonda beach offers. It’s far enough away from the bustling crowds to be a peaceful haven for holiday goers who just want a bit of time out.

Whether you’re looking for your next meditation spot, a place to worship the sun or just a patch of sand to read on, Agonda beach in India is an ideal location.

17. Santa Monica Beach, Cape Verde

It’s hard to find beaches these days that remain genuinely unspoiled.

Even some of the most beautiful beaches in the world have now fallen prey to overcrowding. The pressure of tourism on these beaches has left them struggling to appear how they once were.

If you’re looking for a beach that is still untouched, look no further than Santa Monica beach in Cape Verde. Its expansive sand will let you walk for miles without looking back, while the water laps gently at your feet.

16. Manly Beach, Australia

Sydney has a lot on offer for travelers, from shopping and shows to restaurants and world-famous art galleries.

It also has a beach that’s gained international notice, too. With a long, leisurely walk through the green dunes, it’ll make you feel like you’ve got a little slice of paradise – even if you’re sharing it with others.