Top Beach Destinations in the World

As the warm weather approaches, take a look at the world's best beaches, according to TripAdvisor. The top beaches were chosen based on millions of traveler reviews and opinions.

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Baia do Sancho in Fernando de Noronha, Brazil. Known for its incredible view and clear blue water, Baia do Sancho is a must-see beach that is great for snorkeling.
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Whitehaven Beach in Whitsunday Island, Australia. Voted as one of the cleanest beaches, the pristine Whitehaven Beach is a spot where you won't see dogs, barbeques, litter bins, playgrounds or smokers.
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Rabbit Beach in Lampedusa, Italy. This sun-kissed beach is surrounded with cliffs and has a crystal-clear sea.
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Wai'anapanapa State Park in Hana, Maui, Hawaii. This state park is on the road to Hana, Maui. If you're interested in activities such as hiking, picnicking and swimming, this is the beach for you.
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Siesta Key Public Beach in Siesta Key, FL. This public swimming beach is known for its clean sand. This beach is ideal for strolls and there are plenty of shops and restaurants that are walking distance.
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Hanalei Beach in Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii. Nestled along the North Shore of Kauai, Hanalei Bay is home to turquoise waters, waterfalls and volcanic cliffs.
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Grace Bay in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos. This world famous beach is surrounded by posh beach resorts and is excellent for whale watching and swimming.
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Ka’anapali Beach in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii. Kick back, relax and sunbathe at one of Maui's top beaches. Ka’anapali Beach is ideal for both relaxation and water sports.
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Lanikai Beach in Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii. Known for its soft sand, clear blue waters and gentle waves, this beach can get packed on weekends. Reviewers on Trip Advisor suggest making a trip to this beach on weekdays.
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Flamenco Beach in Culebra, Puerto Rico. This long, wide beach is surrounded by greenery with almost no buildings. Its has about 20 yards of visibility underwater, which is ideal for snorkeling.
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