The seven best beaches ranked by the world's travellers
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Image credit: Mariamichelle on PixabayClearwater Beach offers a wide beach complete with water sports and endless food options. A boisterous spring-break mood is ideal for anyone in search of some state-side fun. Florida's Clearwater, located on the Gulf of Mexico, has year-round sunshine, high temperatures and activities to keep you entertained for an endless summer. 5. Beach bum: Grace Bay Beach
Image credit: kelly8843496 on PixabayLocated on the northeast coast of Providenciales, Grace Bay Beach is the symbol of the Turks y Caicos islands. The pristine beach is lined with shops, restaurants and bars, and the calm waters make it a popular spot for water sports and swimming. However, be sure to have the correct insurance for these activities. 4. City break: La Concha
Image credit: BarbeeAnne on PixabayLa Concha, scoring fourth best beach worldwide, curves around the northern border of San Sebastian and overlooks the Isla de Santa Clara.
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Image credit: Martin Passchier on UnsplashIt is true all the beaches on this list are more than Instagram-worthy. In particular, Third Eagle Beach in the neighbourhood of Oranjestad on the Caribbean paradise island Aruba is a picture-perfect beach fringed with palm trees and silky sand. It is even possible to catch turtles nesting or spy flamingos in the right season. Or, if you tire of the beach, you can head to
Image credit: FernandaGama on PixabayThe crowned winner is Bai do Sancho on the small island of Fernando de Noronha. A two-hour flight from the northern mainland of Brazil and situated in the Atlantic sea, its isolated location has preserved its natural beauty. Located within the national park, a fee is required to enter. To reach the beach, you must follow a path through lush vegetation into a tropical paradise and descend a rickety ladder down to the sand. Depending on when you visit, you may have the entire beach to yourself. However, be mindful of the strong currents and adverse weather the island experiences in winter.