What makes a pink sand beach? Thousands of broken coral pieces, shells, dead marine creatures with red and pink shells get exposed to the sun, then mixed with white sand. The end result? These stunning pink beaches.
Playa de Ses Illetes, Formentera, Spain
Almost like a Gray Malin image, Playa de Ses Illetes’s long arc of white and rose-tinted sands are lined with sun loungers, a haven for those serious about getting seduced by far-flung heat for that perfect sun-kissed glow. As one of the most popular naturist beaches on the Balearic Islands of Spain, this tropical paradise is also playground for the rich and famous—luxury mega yachts line the shores, attracting only the most stylish wanderers. So, bring out that plunging Missoni one-piece, build on that tan, and saunter your way into the hottest seafood restaurant, Juan y Andrea, for some flame-grilled seafood goodness.