South Florida Beach Ranked Top 20 Best Beaches in the World, Based on Instagram Posts | Way of life


Around the world, millions of people are looking to replicate what Key Biscayners love… the sun and the beach. These people are anxious to be able to jump on a plane, car or train so that they can feel this sand between their toes. And maybe the islanders want to visit other beaches too, let’s say to compare!

And a lot of those beach visits generate beautiful images, many of which end up being posted on social media. Well, after analyzing over 26 million Instagram hashtags, the website Argent.co.uk included a list of the best beaches in the world, based on the number of Instagram photos posted and a formula to account for the size of the beach.

Bal Harbor Beach, South Florida, best known for its breathtaking sunrises, was the only beach in the Americas ranked, ranking 18th, with 239 photos per meter posted









The most photographed and displayed beach in the world? Kelingking Beach on the Bali Peninsula, Nusa had over 338,000 hashtags and over 4,200 per meter. Kelingking Beach is best known for its Tyrannosaurus Rex shaped cliff formation. It has become a hot spot for tourists as it is the perfect opportunity to take photos.

The most popular beach in the United States, and 6 in the world, is Hanauma Beach in Hawaii, with 345 photos posted per meter.

The most beautiful beaches in the world

  1. Kelingking Beach, Nusa Penida, Bali – 4,227 images per meter

  2. Bondi beach, Sydney, Australia – 1776 images per meter

  3. Railay Beach, Krabi, Thailand – 587 images per meter

  4. Tropea Beach, Calabria, Italy – 424 images per meter

  5. Navagio Beach, Zakynthos, Greece – 403 images per meter

  6. Hanauma Beach, Hawaii, United States – 345 images per meter

  7. North Tenby Beach, Pembrokeshire, Wales – 342 images per meter

  8. Praaia do Camilo, Lagos, Portugal – 325 images per meter

  9. Rocky beach, Cape Town, South Africa – 323 images per meter

  10. Pointe Bleue Beach, Ungasan, Bali – 287 images per meter

  11. Cala Saona, Formentera, Spain -282 images per meter

  12. Margate Beach, Kent, England – 265 images per meter

  13. Cala Goloritzè, Baunei, Italy – 248 images per meter

  14. Liberty Beach, Phuket, Thailand – 247 images per meter

  15. Cala Gat, Cala Rajtada, Spain – 246 images per meter

  16. Kitsilano Beach, Vancouver, Canada – 246 images per meter

  17. Lanikai Beach, Vancouver, Canada -246 images per meter

  18. Bal Harbor Beach, Miami, Florida, United States – 239 images per meter

  19. Durdle Gate, Dorset, England – 232 images per meter

  20. Sitges Beach, Barcelona, ​​Spain – 175 images per meter






Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia

Although Australia is known for its beautiful beaches, its only beach is the spectacular Bondi Beach, number two on this list. Railay Beach in Thailand took third place in the list and is extremely unique as you can only get there by boat.

Almost half of the list is made up of beaches in Europe. Tropea Italian Beach was 4th, Greek Navagio Beach 6th and Wales Tenby North Beach 7th.

With twenty of the best beaches in the world, they’re just waiting for visitors to snap millions of photos of every inch of the beach. Next time you feel like the sand you find yourself in and the ocean water you swim in, perhaps one of Key Biscayne’s beaches, is worth sharing with the world , don’t forget to give it a hashtag!






Navagio Beach, Zakynthos, Greece

Details on each of the beaches:

  1. Kelingking Beach, Nusa Penida, Bali

80 meters, 4227 images per meter

The most beautiful beach in the world, Kelingking Beach in Bali stretches over 80 meters. If you couldn’t see it yourself, you can get a glimpse of its beauty through the 4,227 photos from every meter.

  1. Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia

1.00 meters, 1776 images per meter

Bondi Beach is one of Australia’s biggest attractions for tourists and locals alike. This beautiful, crescent-shaped sandy beach is ideally located close to Sydney’s central business district. It takes its name from the abroginal word “Bondi” which means “water that breaks on the rocks”. This beach attracts locals and tourists alike to enjoy the beautiful scenery and add to the overall ambience of the city.






Railay Beach, Krabi, Thailand

  1. Railay Beach, Krabi. Thailand

450 meters, 587 images per meter

Before it became a tourist destination, Krabi was a quaint little fishing village, and now it is a magical getaway known around the world. It is a beach cut off by the mainland because of a row of steep hills. It is only accessible by boat, creating a truly secluded experience. The landscape of monumental cliffs, crystal clear water, white sandy beaches and witty Railay Beach is worth a visit.

  1. Tropea beach, Calabria, Italy

115 meters, 423 images per meter

Tropea Beach is part of a classic Italian resort town illustrating the charm. It is located on the Tyrrhenian Sea, also known as “Costa degli Dei”, which means “Coast of the Gods”. Tourists and locals abound on this beach. The beach is surrounded by magnificent cliffs and the historic city center.

  1. Navagio Beach, Zakynthos, Greece

182 meters, 403 images per meter

Also known as Shipwreck Beach, Navagio Beach takes its name from a cigarette smuggling ship that washed up on the beach in 1983. Its surrounding crystal clear waters and towering cliffs attract so many people to admire its beauty.






Hanauma Beach, Hawaii, United States

  1. Hanauma Bay, Hawaii, United States

570 meters, 345 images per meter

This beach is known to be the most popular tourist destination on the island of O’ahu in the Hawaii Kai district east of Honolulu. This beach looks like Disney’s Moana or Lilo and Stitch. Hanauma Bay not only catches the eyes of tourists and locals, but also their hearts. It was the first marine life conservation district, hoping to restore its pristine marine ecosystem.

  1. Tenby North Beach, Pemrbokeshire, Wales

770 meters, 343 images per meter

This magnificent beach has received the Blue Flag for its work in environmental, educational, safety and access activities. This small beach is a fragment of all the Welsh can offer. It is surrounded by pastel-hued townhouses and craggy cliffs. The weather is nice because the beach faces east.

  1. Praia do Camilo, Lagos, Portugal

770 meters, 343 images per meter

One of the most iconic beaches in the Algarve, Praia do Camilo with its golden sands and crystal clear azure waters. This beach is perfect for your instagram feed. To get to the beach, you descend 200 magical wooden steps to the beach.






Boulders Beach, Cape Town, South Africa

  1. Boulder Beach, Cape Town, South Africa

420 meters, 323 images per meter

What makes this beach so spectacular and unique is its friendly neighbors, a colony of African penguins. People are constantly in awe of these cute little animals. There are 6000 people who come to visit the penguins every year.

  1. Blue Point Beach, Unfasan, Bali

105 meters, 287 images per meter

This beach is a huge part of a coral beach. Hidden in a secret path engulfed by cliffs, when you arrive at this beach, you feel like you are about to find the treasure. You can swim in the natural pools and get up close to the wildlife like stingrays. For foodies, along the coast there are tons of restaurants to choose from with city views.

  1. Cala Soana, Formentera, Spain

140 meters, 282 images per meter

Never imagine stepping into a European postcard, well if you want Cala Soana is the place. The sun doesn’t set until 9 am, so their days are full of sunbathing and being on the beach. To end the evening with a mojito and the sparkling pink sunset.

  1. Margate Beach, Kent, England

200 meters, 265 images per meter

This beach is a British seaside resort that comes to life. Not only is the beach timeless, there are tide pools, rides, and game rooms. It is popular with all generations who just plan to enjoy the day and the shore.

  1. Cala Goloritzè, Baunei, Italy

166 meters, 248 per meter

Hidden under a deep ravine, the water of this small beach sparkles with green and blue. Snorkeling is extremely popular here and is encouraged to take full advantage of the spectacular water.






Freedom Beach, Phuket, Thailand

  1. Freedom Beach, Phuket, Thailand

300 meters, 247 images per meter

If you want to be immersed in a turquoise and tranquil sea, you must see Freedom Beach. Nicknamed the “Pearl of Phuket”, this beautiful beach is hidden in a cove and completely surrounded by tropical jungle. There are two small restaurants where you can eat Pad Thai while enjoying the crystal clear waters.

  1. Cala Gat, Cala Ratjada, Spain

40 meters, 246 per meter

This beach is located on the outskirts of Cala Ratjada. Cala Gat is the second smallest beach on this list. However, its size does not preclude its beauty. It is surrounded by a mix of treetops, clear blue water, and golden sands. This is the perfect place to feature a photo for Instagram.

  1. Kitsilano Beach, Vancouver, Canada

473 meters, 246 images per meter

Locals call it ‘Kits Beach’, but tourists call it a mind-blowing escape. This beach is welcoming to everyone and all kinds of activities. This is the kind of beach where you can sunbathe and then engage in some extreme water sport. You will most likely find the swimmers there, as it is meant for them, while enjoying the Vancouver skyline and mountain.

  1. Lanikai Beach, Hawaii, United States

804 meters, 246 images per meter

This beach is a bit out of reach for many tourists as it is a hidden gem for locals. Consider yourself lucky if you are one of the tourists able to experience the powdery sands, crystal clear water, and the Mokulua Islands in the background. You may even see sea turtles swimming alongside you.

  1. Bal Harbor Beach, Florida

1360 meters, 239 images per meter

This beach is an enclave away from the hustle and bustle of the magical city. Locals adore it for its beautiful sunrise to start their days at the beach. It’s also essential to take the scenic beach trail for more views and a taste of Bal Harbor’s many brunches.






Durdle Door, Dorset, England

  1. Durdle Door, Dorset, England

1,040 meters, 239 images per meter

Durdle Door is best known for its magnificent stone arch which constantly attracts tourists. It is one of the most photographed places on the Jurassic Coast. Instead of a sandy beach, this beach is unique with a mixture of pebbles and pebbles. Its unique backdrops and sand make it one of the coolest instagram spots you can find.

  1. Sitges Beach, Barcelona, ​​Spain

253 meters, 175 images per meter

This beach attracts the attention of families all over the world as it is known to be a family beach, from its soft sand to calm waters. It also has an amazing atmosphere as it is located in a cove next to town, giving tourists and locals a taste of serenity and a bustling town with bars and restaurants within walking distance.

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