Mullins / BarbadosMullins beach, located in the parish of St. Peter, is one of the most popular beaches on the west coast. The perfect place to relax in a lounge chair under the umbrellas or shade of the palm trees. When too hot you can take a dip in the safely roped off areas, or venture out further on a jet ski.
The charismatic beach bar is the place to enjoy a refreshment during the day or maybe to drop by later on for a romantic sunset dinner or nightcap.
Levera / GrenadaLevera beach provides beachgoers with a mix of all Caribbean treasures. A barrier reef serves as protection against the Atlantic's choppy waters and the sea cliffs frame the natural beauty of the coastline. And if you are visiting between April and September you might to see some of the nearly 600 leather back turtles trudge up these white sands to lay their eggs.
Tulum / MexicoOn an unspoilt stretch of the Mayan Riviera, you will find Tulum beach with its gorgeous white shores, limestone cliffs and even some old ruins.
Tulum’s sand is as pale as tortilla flour, the water turquoise and there is rarely more than a scattering of other visitors. Fortunately, the occasional palm tree protrudes gently onto the bay and several restaurants are hidden along the way offering both shade and the promise of a break from the beautiful beachfront solitude.
Sagres / PortugalSagres beach is dominated at its western end by a white fort. This was thought to be the end of the world before Portugal’s seafaring days. This fine beach is backed by orange cliffs, with impressive rollers attracting surfers from around the world.
Salinas / IbizaNamed after the salt lakes in the south of Ibiza, the beach at Las Salinas is the southern most tip of the island. The very long, wide crescent of sandy beach is bordered by pines. Waters are crystal clear with super breakers that appear on windy days, perfect for body surfing.
Every beach on Ibiza is a party beach. But this on is without a doubt the hippest. Towards the end of the bay, nudists, families, hippies, party kings and -queens all dance and chill-out to the groovy sounds all day long.
Jeri / BrazilJericoacoara is one of Brazil's most beautiful beaches. Just imagine a sea of sculptured sand dunes that push up against the perfect blue waters of the Atlantic. Take a thrill ride on the dunes with one of the region's lunatic buggy drivers before diving in the warm sea among the black dolphins.
At the beach palm trees with coconuts lean into the sea, hiding a stunning little town populated by local fishermen and their families. People stop by for a swim or for another reason: The good local cooking and delicious drinks (caipirinhas, batidas and many other).