26 Most Beautiful Beaches You’ll Find Anywhere

17. Bottom Bay, Barbados

Bottom Bay is a beautiful beach enclosed by high coral cliffs. From the top of the cliffs you can sometimes see whales and turtles in the ocean.

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16. Cavendish Beach, Prince Edward Island, Canada

With its sandstone cliffs, dunes and creamy white sand, Cavendish Beach has inspired scenes in the famous Anne of Green Gables series of books.

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15. Balos Beach, Greece

The cool thing about this beach is the colorful lagoon. It’s near Kissamos on Crete.

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