Welcome to ALUX.com! The place where future billionaires come to get inspired. If you’re not subscribed yet, you’re missing out. Hello Aluxers, and welcome back. Today we are taking you to paradise, which we’re defining as a tropical island with clear blue water, miles of sand, and spectacular views. Yes, every island beach is beautiful in its own way, but some certainly stand out more than others. Today we’re looking at the island beaches that top the list of the most beautiful in the world. Whether big or small, islands offer new experiences and an escape from the reality of day-to-day life. If you want to get away from the hassle of the city life and delve into the unexplored magic of a beautiful island, you might think that just any island will do. Yes, they all have beaches, wildlife, waves to surf or swim in, and other amenities, but the beaches we are looking at today have that special “it” factor that makes the experience that much more beautiful and special. We have looked all over the world to identify the most beautiful and desirable island beach locations, so you might as well start packing now because you are about to get some vacation inspiration. Let’s get started. This lively Mexican island offers breathtaking scenery combined with a popular cruise port, which makes it perfect for a quick break from your busy life. Explorers love it since you can find some incredible Mayan ruins that are thousands of years old right here on this island. The Punta Morena Beach, located on the east coast of the island, is never too busy, so you can have some quiet alone time and relax to the sound of waves crashing onto the shore. With Cozumel, you truly can’t go wrong. When most people think of vacation, they visualize sunny days, the ocean, some palm trees and an escape from everyday life. The island of Fiji offers just that. While it’s nearly impossible to decide which beach is better, we have narrowed it down to this one – Seagrass Bay. It is a true private island paradise, where you’ll find yourself spellbound by its magnificent beauty. You’ll be surrounded by a long sandy beach, open-air dining rooms, and traditional Fijian villas. People are drawn to Sunset Beach for its name and reputation. There is plenty to do around this Hawaiian jewel, from watching big-wave surfers conquer the ocean to having some quality family time at Sunset Beach State Park. No matter what you choose to do in Oahu, it will be an adventure. If you’re up for it, you can always join the surfers and tackle gigantic waves that can go up to 30 feet high. If you’re not up for such challenge, there are fantastic spots for snorkeling because the marine life of Hawaii and Oahu Island is something definitely worth seeing. The sunniest and most luxurious island of Croatia has a different feel from all the others you might be used to. While there are many posh beaches on Hvar Island, Jagodna Beach is much smaller and more private than the others. Croatian beaches are mostly filled with pebbles, but when you touch the ground of Jagodna Beach, you’ll feel warm sand beneath your toes. Surrounded by stunning cliffs and forest slopes, this beach is a perfect getaway from a hectic life. And the warm, crystal blue waters will leave you speechless. Don’t forget to explore the rest of Hvar, a lovely Croatian island with a charming old town with traditional restaurants, exciting markets and wonderful streets. Palombaggia Beach is consistently included on various lists of Europe’s finest beaches. This is the most famous beach on Corsica Island, which is known for a distinctive smell of pine trees, clear water, and white sand. Palombaggia Beach is easy on the eyes and easy on the soul. You can take a long walk on the coast or have a seat at some of the best restaurants with the freshest and most authentic food you’ll be able to find in the region. It’s interesting to note that Napoleon Bonaparte was born on the island of Corsica, so make sure you save some time to visit his home, which is now a museum. Thailand’s incredible beaches will keep you coming back, especially if you visit Banana Beach on the island of Phuket. If you get there early during the day, you’ll be blown away by the miraculous beauty of the island’s surroundings. The area around Banana Beach is not overpopulated, so you can have some peaceful alone time or a romantic night out at one of the local bars or restaurants made entirely out of bamboo. Phuket Island is famous for its boat rides, so make sure you hop on a boat and enjoy the nature that surrounds you. If you get the chance to visit Seychelles, there’s no doubt you’ll want to extend your stay. Source d’Argent is one of the most photographed beaches ever, and when you see it with your own eyes, you’ll know exactly why. In addition to meditating on the beach and sunbathing while taking in the breathtaking view, don’t miss the chance to visit tempting and colorful food markets, art galleries and historic museums. There are even some gorgeous Hindu temples just a few minutes away. You can walk along the L’Union Estate coconut plantation to access the beach, and while you’re there make sure you capture some of those amazing moments so that you can remember them for a lifetime. At the famous Palm Beach, Aruba, life gets exciting. No wonder it has become a huge tourist attraction with lively nightlife, casinos, restaurants, colorful bars and a beautiful beach right at the Caribbean Sea. Make sure you pay a visit to the Pelican Pier Bar during the day, known for its exquisite seafood specialties. Take some time for snorkeling and parasailing during the day and partying during the night, but don’t forget to be on the beach at sunset cause the view is going to leave you speechless. The Greek paradise of Psarou Beach is in the Aegean Sea, and it’s known for its party atmosphere. Mykonos doesn’t lack of anything, including amazing beaches, iconic landmarks, lively bars and lush nature. True, Mykonos is incredible, but nothing compares to Psarou Beach’s turquoise waters and beautiful bay, which is very popular with celebrities. Not only that, but Mykonos like the rest of Greece is full of rich history. If you’re looking for a luxurious spot that doesn’t cost a fortune, then this island beach should be at the top of your list. It doesn’t get much more exotic than this magnificent, sandy Japanese beach. Maehama Beach looks like it’s made of dreams with its five-mile long coastline and the most beautiful sunsets you’ll experience. Visitors praise it for not being overcrowded, but also for its clear blue water, perfect for swimming or just relaxing in shallow areas. While you’re on Miyako Island, make sure you visit the remarkable old tombs dating back to the 16th century and the beautiful tropical botanical garden with 1600 different types of plants. When it comes to Miyako Island of Japan, you’ll always have something exciting to do while surrounded by beauty. And if visiting an island paradise just isn’t enough for you, check out our video of 15 luxury islands you can buy right now by clicking in the upper right-hand corner. Imagine 4 miles of perfectly clear coastline, beautiful seagulls, and the smell of fresh tree leaves. That’s what Whitehaven Beach is like. This amazing Australian beach with a number of lagoons and caves is just the right spot for both adventurers and those are more into chilling out on the beach soaking up the sun. The nature here is untouched, pure and unspoiled. Walking barefoot on the beach might sound like a painful idea, but on Whitehaven Beach, all is possible because of the natural silica there, the sand doesn’t retain so much heat. So, pick a spot and enjoy what this amazing beach has to offer. El Nido Beach situated on the island of Palawan in the Philippines continues to conquer the heart of each visitor that sets their foot on its sandy shores. In addition to the usual activities, you can do while on such a beautiful island such as scuba diving and snorkeling, you can also join in on the lagoon boat ride and explore the magnificent nature of the Philippines. With such rich nature, it’s easy to forget all your worries and let yourself go. Don’t limit yourself to only this beach. Palawan has many other things to offer, but if you want to come back to one beautiful spot, let it be this beach. The iconic island where Seminyak Beach is found is famous for its picturesque forested mountains, vast rice fields, serene beaches and coral reefs, and it truly is a feast for the senses. Being one of the biggest beaches in Bali, Seminyak is destined to have a special place in your heart. In the area around the beach, you’ll find plenty of beach bars, five-star hotels and beautiful authentic restaurants just a few footsteps from the astonishing waves. Learn to surf during the day and don’t forget to check out beach bars during the night where friendly people, colorful cocktails and good music is guaranteed. Find a spot on the beach and relax to an amazing sunset while lying on a squishy sunbed. Trust us, Bali leaves no visitor unsatisfied, yet they can’t help but want more. Reethi Rah in the Maldives is a spectacular island where you can spend your next vacation. It doesn’t matter if you want to go relax on the beach all day, celebrate a special occasion, or just travel and experience new things. It’s breathtaking and probably one of the most gorgeous places on the entire Earth. This beautiful island is a living paradise that you should fully explore. Besides the sandy beach of Reethi Rah, this island has a rich heritage of mysterious Buddhist temples, tombs and monuments. Some luxurious resorts, hotels and restaurants are located deep in the wilderness, giving you a feel that the island is made only for you. As you can see, this coral island is great for adventure lovers and those laid-back types, but either way, if you visit the Maldives, you will never forget it. And finally, we’ve come to the number one beach on our list, and you’ll soon understand why we believe this island beach deserves to be awarded the top spot. This beach offers not only exquisite luxury but also a place where you can connect with the nature you’re surrounded by. This quiet yet lively place is perfect for spending some time relaxing, soaking up the sun, reading a book you’ve been meaning to read, sipping a unique cocktail from a beach bar, or having a romantic dinner with your loved one. The Conrad Bora Bora Nui is the best five-star resort by the beach where you will get VIP treatment for the entire duration of your stay. Not only will you want to extend your trip, but you’ll want to never leave the magnificent Bora Bora. And there you have it Aluxers, the best island beaches in the world. Are you ready for some change of scenery?
After seeing that list, it’s probably a yes, right? Now that we’ve come to the end of this list, we’re curious: We know the choice is hard, but let us know in the comments. And, of course, for sticking with us until the end, here’s that bonus fact we owe you: Greenland is the world’s largest island that is not a continent. It belongs to the country of Denmark, yet it’s a part of the continent of North America. Also, in addition to the over 2,000 natural islands worldwide, there are some man-made islands such as the Yas Islands of the United Arab Emirates and Kansai International Airport island in Japan, but surely, nothing can top off true beauty of a natural island. Thank you for spending some time with us Aluxers. Make sure to like and subscribe so you never miss another video. We also handpicked these videos which we recommend you watch next. You can talk to us on all social media or ask a question on our website ALUX.com. Thank you for being an Aluxer and we’ll see you back tomorrow.