Aruba, Dutch Antilles
Lying off the coast of Venezuela, Aruba's beaches are straight out of the glossiest coffee table brochure. Eagle, Mangel Halto, Santo Largo... take your pick
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Just the name Polynesia evokes Crusoesian images of exotic paradise, of endless sunshine, baby soft sand and impossibly turquoise waters. Bora Bora is one of the group of dots in the Pacific Ocean that is French Polynesia.
Pig's Bay Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
Brazil could put forward a few candidates for the world's best beaches, but on the islands of Fernando de Noronh, you'll definitely find the odd place to find an agreeable strip of sand to plonk your towel, like PIg's Bay.
Fethiye attracts its fair share of holidaymakers, and no wonder, with its selection of beaches: Oludeniz with its blue lagoon, Kelebekler Vadisi with its butterflies, pine-fringed Kıdrak and sunset spot Calis among other gems
La Digue, Seychelles
The Seychelles are many people's idea of paradise, attracting honeymooners like Kate and Wills to its tropical wonderland. All its islands, from Bird Island to Praslin, have first-rate beaches, but we've gone for La Digue - Anse Source d'Argent is a newlyweds' dream.
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