Navagio Beach, Greece
Navagio is a small secluded cove on the north-west shore of Zakynthos Island, bounded by the Ionian Sea. The white beach with gorgeous turquoise waters plays host to an ancient shipwreck, which together with the surrounding steep cliffs, creates a breathtaking scene.
Navagio beach is only accessible by boat.
Whitehaven Beach, Australia
Rated by CNN as the “world’s top Eco Friendly Beach”, Australia’s Whitehaven is a jewel of white silica sand that stretches over 7 km along the Whitsunday Island.
Railay Beach (Phra Nang), Thailand
Soaring limestone cliffs and bathed by the shallow waters of the Andaman Sea, Thailand’s Railay Beach is actually a series of three beautiful beaches, from which Phra Nang is the most spectacular. The area is especially famous for climbing, and can only be accessible by boat.
Ipanema Beach, Rio de Janeiro
Ipanema is the place where natural beauty blends charmingly with beach chic, where days fall into nights on sensual samba rhythms, and where people applaud the spectacle of the sun going down in the long summer days.
Durdle Door, England
Durdle Door is a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast near Lulworth in Dorset, England.