Horseshoe Bay Beach Bermuda.
Pink sad meets turquoise waters. In the background, a cliff lined with lush greenery. During the winter and spring, the beach is mostly free of tourists and it is the perfect time to enjoy the sand and the views by yourself.
Elafonisi Beach Greece.
In 2014, Elafonisi Beach was named one of the world’s top 25 beaches. The beach is connected by a sandbar to an island natural reserve. If you go early in the season, you can experience pink sands, wildflowers and strange rock formations.
Crane Beach Barbados.
Not only is Crane Beach blessed with an undulating expanse of pink sand, but its playful waves are perfect for boogie boarding and body surfing. Coconut groves encircle the beach, and the golden Caribbean sun shines down, making this the perfect family experience.
Pink Sands Beach Bahamas.
The endless stretch of pink sand stretches some 3 miles wide, and 50 to 100 feet wide. Snorkeling and swimming are safe activities here, with the area gifted with outlying reefs and relatively calm and shallow waters.
Playa de Ses Illetes Spain.
The Playa de Ses Illetes has been crowned Europe’s best beach by TripAdvisor, and here’s why. The beautiful colours, the crystal clear water and the views. It’s almost as if you’re stepping right off into the ocean.
Spiaggia Rosa Sardinia.
Nature’s masterpiece, the Spiaggia Rosa offers views that evoke unforgettable oceans. Clear waters lap against reddish foreshore and behind, the Mediterranean vegetation displays the colours and aromas of paradise on earth.