Global travel site Big 7 Travel has released its annual list of 'The 50 Best Beaches In The World' and a Croatian beach has come in 12th position.
The list is now in its 4th year, using aggregated scores from previous media results, official Blue Flag locations, social media popularity and contributions from the Big 7 Travel editorial team, these are the most amazing beaches to visit this year.
It’s a diverse list, with pink sand covered in crushed seashells, crystalline lagoons and plenty of Islands. From Turks and Caicos to Madeira, Portugal, consider this your essential vacation guide.
And Zlatni rat (Golden Horn Beach) in Brac, Croatia was named one of the Best Beaches in the World, coming in at twelth position on the list.
"The Golden Horn is the most spectacular of all Croatia’s beaches. It’s not just its shape that makes it so beautiful and unique. The pebble beach is surrounded by crystal clear sea, that goes from turquoise blue to dark blue in just 10-20 meters. Decades-old pine trees provide shade, but you won’t want to get out of the warm waters here," writes Big 7 Travel.