This is for the beach enthusiast and sea surfers. Beaches are nice for vacation or when you want to spend time alone and just enjoy the seashore. Every beach holds some special place in everyone’s mind and especially for beach people, visiting their favourite beach is a treat for them.
Let see the largest beaches in the world and find out how many of them you have visited. And if you have not visited them yet, then it can be your bucket list.
#9. Muizenberg, South Africa: Measuring it to approximately 25 miles.
It is considered to be the main surfing spot in Cape Town. Muizenberg has a fine, long beach that in effect stretches all the way around the top of False Bay to the Strand. False Bay, known for its population of White Sharks, also has a shark watch service that operates from Muizenberg, signalling alerts when sharks come in proximity of bathers at the main beach and surfers at Surfer’s Corner.
#8. Long Beach, United States: Measuring it to approximately 30 miles.
Long Beach is a city in the US state of California located within the Los Angeles metropolitan area.
#7. Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States: Measuring it to approximately 35 miles.
Virginia Beach is a resort city with miles of beaches and hundreds of hotels, motels, and restaurants along its oceanfront. The city is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as having the longest pleasure beach in the world. It welcomes more 2.75 million visitors yearly.
#6. Ninety Mile Beach, New Zealand: Measuring it to approximately 55 miles.
its official name is Te-Oneroa-a-Tōhē. This beach is official a public highway and located on the western coast of the far north of the North Island of New Zealand.
#5. Playa Novillero, Mexico: Measuring it to approximately 56 miles.
It is the longest beach in Mexico and yes it is in the top 5 longest beaches in the world.
#4. Padre Island National Seashore, United States: Measuring it to approximately 70 miles.
it is a national seashore located on Padre Island off the coast of South Texas.North Padre Island is the longest undeveloped barrier island in the world.
#3. Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh: Measuring it to approximately 75 miles.
The beach in Cox’s Bazar is sandy and has a gentle slope and it is famous mostly for its long natural sandy beach. It is often termed the “longest natural unbroken sea beach” in the world.
#2. Ninety Mile Beach, Victoria, Australia: Measuring it to approximately 90 miles.
The Ninety Mile Beach is a sandy stretch of beach on the south-eastern coastline of the East Gippsland region of Victoria in Australia.
#1. Praia do Cassino Beach, Brazil: Measuring it to approximately 254 kilometres (158 miles).
This beach is the longest uninterrupted sandy seashore in the world. Measuring it to approximately 254 kilometres (158 miles).
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