1. Playa de ses Illetes (Formentera, Spain)

one of the most pristine pink sand beaches in Europe – if not the world!


Expect pink sand, clear water, and not a lot else – until you dive into the depths, that is. Below the surface, you’ll find an endless array of colorful fish, dolphins, and maybe even the occasional shark.

Italian for “pink beach,” Spiaggia Rosa is a striking stretch of blush-colored sand in the Mediterranean. 

Located on the west coast of La Digue, you can get here by foot or bike from the main village. Remember to take some cash with you, though. This private beach charges a small entrance fee of around $8.50.

Another enchanting place, it’s roughly 3 hours from Tanjung and 2 hours in the car from Mataram City.

Thousands of tourists flock to this popular place each year to witness the sand’s unique tint and take advantage of the surrounding cliffs, coves, reefs, and walking trails. Better still, it’s free to enjoy and easily accessible via public transport.

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