26 Most Beautiful Beaches You’ll Find Anywhere

23. Pink Sand Beach, Harbour Islands, Bahamas

The sand on this beach gets its rosy color from coral, rocks and shells. The pink sand is a pretty contrast to the aquamarine water. The beach is known for being very wide, over 100 feet in some spots.

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22. Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, California

The purple sand makes this beach one of the most beautiful. It is also known for its rocky coves.

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21. Baia do Sancho, Brazil

This beach has white sand and crystalline water and is surrounded by cliffs covered with lush vegetation.

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