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Here is a special selection of some of the best beaches in the world. If you think we've missed some, let us know what are your favourite beaches in a comment below.

10. Varadero, Cuba

Varadero, Cuba
Varadero is foremost a tourist resort town, boasting more than 20 km of white sandy beaches and receives more than 1 million tourists annually. It is set on a sheltered hicacos peninsula with what many claim to be one of the finest beaches in the Caribbean. It's the longest sandy beach in Cuba, that stretches far out into the calm waters of the Atlantic. Scuba Divers and Snorkels can enjoy astonishing diversity of marine life, teeming with colourful fishes. The best diving and snorkeling sites, are near the small island of Cayo Blanco, catamaran cruise will take you to Cayo Blanco from Varadero.

9. Miami Beach, USA

Miami Beach, USA
Beyond the radiant sun, surf and sand, discover Miami Beach’s rich history as an entertainment and cultural destination. From world-famous Art Deco architecture to renowned nightclubs to designer fashions, there’s so much going on in Miami Beach that you’ll need an extra hour to enjoy all that it offers.

8. Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Punta Cana Beach
Punta Cana, is considered the major resort area in the Dominican Republic with 28,000 hotel rooms. Punta Cana has 12 professional golf courses; Punta Espada, along with Teeth of the Dog in Casa de Campo figure among the very first 50 best golf courses in the world.

Many other tourist facilities and attractions have been established in the area, catering to the large international market. Watersports are well catered for, with diving and boat trips available. One of the most popular tours is to Saona Island located about 100 km west, which is popular for scuba diving.

7. Cancun, Mexico

Cancun, Mexico
Cancun is a coastal city in the tourist destination called The Mexican Caribbean, on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. It is a popular vacation spot on the Caribbean coast. Peak season in Cancun tends to run from December to April. Prices in both airfare and hotel increase dramatically during these times, while dropping in the summer and early autumn months. Late June is especially hot, so come prepared or try the off season. Hurricanes can be a major threat in late summer and autumn.

The Cancun hotel zone is almost entirely built around the tourist industry. It abounds with all-inclusive resort hotels. Stay here only if you don't mind spending your vacation with many other tourists. Those mostly seeking beaches and scuba diving, or who are a bit adventurous, can easily find rooms on equally beautiful and less crowded beaches along the coast just an hour or two south of Cancun. Some Spanish language skills may aid in finding better deals.

6. Boracay, Philippines

Boracay, Philippines
Boracay is a small island in the Philippines. Leisure activities available on or near Boracay include scuba diving, helmet diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, kiteboarding, cliff diving, and beach relaxation.

Boracay is the site of a 18-hole par 72 golf course designed by Graham Marsh. In addition, as of 2010, Boracay has in excess of 350 beach resorts offering more than 2,000 rooms ranging in quality from five-star to budget accommodation. In addition, Boracay offers a wide range of restaurants, bars, pubs, and nightclubs.

5. Fernando de Noronha, Brazil

Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
Fernando de Noronha is an archipelago of 21 islands and islets in the Atlantic Ocean, 354 km (220 mi) offshore from the Brazilian coast. The beaches of Fernando de Noronha are promoted for tourism and recreational diving. Due to the South Equatorial Current that pushes warm water from Africa to the island, diving to depths of 30 to 40 meters does not require a wetsuit. The visibility underwater can reach up to 50 meters.

4. Negril, Jamaica

Negril, Jamaica
For years, Negril's beach has been rated as one of the top ten beaches in the world by many travel magazines. The beach's length is the stuff of legends, it is actually little more than four miles in length, but tourists and travel writers insist on the "seven-mile" label. The north end of the beach is home to the large, all-inclusive resorts, and to the south are the smaller, family-run hotels. This combination gives the Negril area a large variety of rooms, services and prices.

3. Tulum, Mexico

Tulum, Mexico
The Tulum archaeological site is relatively compact compared with many other Maya sites in the vicinity, and is one of the best-preserved coastal Maya sites. Its proximity to the modern tourism developments along the Mexican Caribbean coastline and its short distance from Cancún and the surrounding "Riviera Maya" has made it a popular Maya tourist site in the Yucatan.

2. Eagle Beach, Aruba

Eagle Beach, Aruba
Eagle beach is a beach and neighborhood of Oranjestad, Aruba. The neighborhood is famous for its many low-rise resorts and wide public beach.[1] It has soft white sand and has been rated one of the best beaches in the world. It is one of two beaches in Aruba that allow nudity.

1. Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands

Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands ( Image credits: Tim Sackton )
Providenciales is an island in the Turks and Caicos Islands and was ranked the best beach destination in the world by TripAdvisor in 2011. Opportunities for sightseeing and hiking are reasonable. There are remnants of Caribbean pirates at Osprey Rock and Sapodilla Hill, and the ruins of Cheshire Hall, a 1790s plantation house constructed by British loyalists, are also notable.

The western half of Providenciales is mostly barren wilderness, home to the island's best natural attraction, Chalk Sound National Park. The park is a 3 miles (4.8 km) long bay southwest of Downtown. The color of the water is a uniform turquoise and studded with countless mushroom-like tiny islets. Also on the western part of the island is Northwest Point Marine National Park, which extends to nearby reefs and several saline lakes that attract breeding and migrant waterfowl.
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