St John is among the most beautiful US Virgin Islands. Trunk Bay falls within Virgin Islands National Park. It is one of the Virgin Islands’ finest diving spots, and its distant location means you’re unlikely to run out of room with regards to laying out your beach towel.
New flights to Puerto Rico are making this pristine island more accessible than ever before, and every visit ought to include a cease-off at Flamenco Seaside. It is one other location which made it into Lonely Planet’s 50 Beaches to Blow Your Mind, and we’re hardly surprised. The shallow, crystal clear water makes it a fantastic dive spot, whether you’re a snorkeler or a scuba diver, and it is easily accessible too – you can get there by road or by hopping on the ferry from the nearby town of Dewey.
Hawaii’s black sand beaches are unusually stunning, and that is one in every of our favourites. It is located between Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and the small city of Naalehu. Look out for the local inexperienced sea turtles, though do not contact them – they seem to be a protected species.
Often voted Australia’s best seaside, Whitehaven on Whitsunday Islands is a little quieter than Bondi when the surf’s up. It is only one of many turqouise-and-white beaches on the rainforest-clad Whitsunday Islands off the coast of Queensland Need more pictures of beautiful Australia? Check these out.
The Isle of Lewis’s beaches are ruggedly beautiful, though this one can be easily accessible and has its own automotive park. Framed by towering cliffs (a number of the highest on the island, in reality), it’s an excellent place from which to admire the fiery Scottish sunsets.