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The most beautiful pink beaches in the world!

Some are closer than you think! Crete, Italy, Formentera & more

Published by
Jackie Sparrow·06/02/2024

Pirates, nope, you're not seeing this through rose-tinted glasses -- these beaches are pink, and you can visit them!

Check our top ten of the most beautiful pink beaches in the world. Time for an update of your bucket list!?

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🌸 1. Elafonisi (Elafonissi) Beach, Crete, Greece

Elafonisi is a small islet connected to the rest of Crete by a shallow reef that can be crossed when the sea is calm. At low tide, you can even get here by foot. With pink coral sand and crystal clear water, the nature reserve is an extraordinary place to visit.

🌸 2. Spiaggia Rosa, Isola Budelli, Italy

Spiaggia Rosa - an Italian beach known for its various shades of pink - from fuchsia to salmon. This idyllic spot is located on Isola Budelli, a small island in the Maddalena Archipelago National Park off the northern coast of Sardinia. Fossils, crushed coral, and coloured pebbles blush the sand. The beach had to be closed due to ... sand theft. 😱

🌸 3. Pantai Merah, Komodo Island, Indonesia

Komodo is not only home to the largest lizard in the world (the Komodo dragon), the island is also known for Pantai Merah, a gorgeous pink beach. The huge strip of sand has quite a few shades of pink, a mixture of white and red sand full of microscopic pinkish particles.

🌸 4. Harbour Island, Bahamas

In the east of Harbour Island in the Bahamas, the beaches are famous for their pinkish tinge. The foraminifera (a small sea creature with reddish shells) is responsible for this colour. Visitors will also find incredibly clean water, making the beaches on the island perfect for snorkelling and diving.

🌸 5. Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, Los Padres National Forest, California, USA

In Big Sur, California, you will discover breathtaking mountain views and a vast panorama of the ocean. And of course, the pink sands of Pfeiffer Beach. Thousand-year-old quartz and manganese from the nearby rock formations have given the beach an almost purple colour.

🌸 6. Playa de Ses Illetes, Formentera, Balearic Islands, Spain

The Es Trucadors peninsula is located in Formentera. This place attracts visitors who want to see white sands intertwined with pink fragments of coral.

🌸 7. Beach on the islet of Tikehau, French Polynesia

This small atoll near Tahiti, is famous for its tranquil pink and white sand beaches. Less than 600 people live here, but it makes up for its small size and peaceful atmosphere with abundant marine life. The island is also called "natural aquarium".

🌸 8. Horseshoe Bay Beach, Bermuda

Foaming turquoise waters and a pink shore make Horseshoe Bay Beach one of the most beautiful places in Bermuda. You can admire the views while sipping the classic Rum Swizzle cocktail at the nearby beach bar.

🌸 9. Great Santa Cruz Island, Philippines

The Philippines is famous for its fantastic beaches, with colourful sands ranging from snow-white to volcanic black. This small island in the southern Philippines is known for its unique pink coral sand.

🌸 10. Crane Beach, Barbados

Crane Beach in Barbados is located in the first Crane Resort created in Barbados. The resort was established in 1887.


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