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FlightNetworks World’s Best 50 Beaches

Outstanding beaches from around the world 

There’s a dreamy allure to blue waters and sandy beaches. Shuffling off our work fashions for minimalist (or textile-free) Vitamin-D-seeking warmth from the rays of the sun. The relaxation of lounging beachside with a cool glass of your favorite beverage while staring mystically into the steady movement of the surf lapping the shores is blissful.

We love beaches and flock to them often. There truly are some outstanding beaches that stand out from others and offer the “WOW’ factor by many magnitudes – these are the gems that need to be added to make our personal beach bucket lists.

One of our partners – The FlightNetwork – has compiled a Top 50 of the World’s Best Beaches and offers them up to you to enhance your beach bucket list. I’m certain these are beach gems you will want to explore. What a great list - I’ve visited a lot of beaches and only visited 2 on this list! I see many more beach opportunities in my future travels!

tropical beach bliss ~ Magen's Bay, St. ThomasHow do you choose the World’s 50 Best Beaches?

Well, you ask 600 travel writers and industry experts for their top picks from their adventures around the world.

How do you rank these beautiful beaches into the Top 50?

Ingeniously, the judges panel ranked these amazing beaches for:

  • Sheer untouched beauty
  • Remoteness
  • Sand and Water Quality
  • Average Days of Sunshine
  • Average Annual temperature

Navagio beach (courtesy flightnetwork)Credit for creating the World’s 50 Best Beaches

The FlightNetwork team is an organization of travel experts specializing in providing global travellers with the lowest-price airfares, hotels, vacation packages, and car rentals.

The World’s 50 Best Beaches© is a globally recognized list showcasing the most alluring and untouched beaches from every corner of the earth. After consulting the opinions and expertise of more than 600+ travel journalists, editors, bloggers and agencies — asking them to rank the best beaches in the world based on their travel experiences, they derived a spectacular drool-worthy list of beach destinations to enhance your beach bucket list.

Without further ado, jump over to the FlightNetwork’s World’s 50 Best Beaches© post and see how many beaches you’ve already enjoyed and where you’d like to go next.

I’m thinking Navagio Beach in Greece might be a fun one to explore soon … what’s your dream beach of the list? Drop a comment below and connect with us on Facebook and Twitter!

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