Cala Salada, Spain

Located in the ever so popular party islands of Ibiza, the Cala Salada Beach is a popular amongst local residents, private boat owners, and tourists. White soft sand, rocky cliffs, and the clearest waters possible make it a vision of paradise. While the beach itself isn’t too big, especially when the tides are high, swimming in the turquoise waters is pretty hard to resist. Here, you can bask the day away, go cliff jumping, or simply just enjoy cooling off in its shallow waters.

Cala Goloritze, Italy

If you’re looking for a place with untouched beaches, Sardinia Italy is where you should go. One of the most picturesque beaches in the region is Cala Goloritze, an untouched paradise which you can’t reach by car or boat. To get here, people trek for about an hour or so until you reach this white sandy beach surrounded by turquoise blue waters and stunning coves. The snorkeling here is incredible and is considered one of the best places in Sardinia swim, sun tan, and snorkel. Definitely, a must if you’re in the area!

Cala Macarella Beach, Spain

Located on the Balearic Island of Menorca, Spain is the beautiful Cala Macarella Beach which is a cove surrounded by white sand and turquoise waters. Popular amongst beachgoers, expect this place to be crowded during the summer months with boats and people, all trying to enjoy a little slice of paradise. The ocean is made up of various shades of blue with waters that are clear as day.