The best beaches in the world by National Geographic

The best beaches in the world by National Geographic

Best beach of the world is in France, believes edition of National Geographic. Also in the list of the most interesting beaches in the world entered the Italian, American, Mexican, Australian, British and even Icelandic beaches.

First place in the ranking of publications took Corniche beach in the French commune of La Teste-De-Buch, Aquitaine – spacious and covered with sand, coastal slope was chosen by fans of paragliding. On the second line of the list turned out to Piscinas beach on the Italian island of Sardinia, and the third place went to Sleeping Bear Point beach on Lake Michigan (USA).

In the top ten included as exotic beaches Cas Abao Curacao, Blue Bay on the island of Mauritius, Pelican Beach in South Water Caye Reserve in Belize, Great Beach on the island of Santa Cruz in the Philippines, Papakolea in Hawaii and unexpected beach Reynisfjara in Iceland Noordwjk and the beach in the Netherlands.

In the top 20 best beaches this year, the world also hit California Carmel City Beach, Cannon Beach in Oregon, English Lyme Regis, covered with shells Shell Beach, Western Australia, Bowman’s Beach in Florida, Lazy Beach on Koh Rong island in Cambodia, the Sunset beach in North Carolina, beach One Foot Island in the Cook islands, the beach Anse Source d’Argent in Seychelles, as well as Spanish Playa de Las Catedrales in Ribadeo. The last in the list of National Geographic points out of 21 “hidden” Love Beach (Playa del Amor) on the islands Marietas in Mexico, located in a cave with a hole on top.

John K

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