Expensive Beaches

The Most Expensive Beaches In The World

These most expensive islands in the world will not only satiate your fancy of experiencing a luxurious holiday but also prove to be a good value for money. Be it your honeymoon, a romantic getaway, or a long due family vacation, these Expensive Beaches are places you must definitely consider visiting, at least once in your life!

Laucala Island in Fiji

Fiji might be on your mind for a very long time. And why shouldn’t it be? It has got palm-lined beaches and coral reefs with clear lagoons, on almost all of its 300 islands.

Calivigny Island in Grenada

The sandy beaches with panoramic views of the Atlantic and Caribbean oceans on the popular Calivigny Island cost around £19,000 (INR 1,315,940) for a two-bedroom cottage and £90,000 (INR 6,233,400) for both mansions and three cottages for as many as 50 people.

Cocoa Island in Maldives

Amongst the many stunning island beaches in the Maldives, Cocoa Island is one of the most expensive islands to visit.

Musha Cay in The Bahamas

The Villa Les Cèdres on the French Riviera—priced at a whopping $410 million—is fit for a king, probably because it was built for the King of Belgium back in 1830.

Mustique Island in West Indies

This private island in West Indies has become another hottest tourist destination in the world, and it is undoubtedly one of the most luxurious islands in the world.

Fregate Island in Seychelles

It costs around $3,422 to $4,985 (INR 2,22,055 to INR 3,23,475) a day. So savour the gorgeous pictures till you strike this place off your bucket list!

Cayo Espanto in Belize

This tiny four-acre island sure offers some serious pampering with a personal chef, dive master, and a butler. And having your own villa with an infinity plunge pool does make it a perfect hotspot for private island holidays, so why do the thinking at all? A stay here only costs around $1,295 (INR 84,030) for a night.

Bora Bora Island in French Polynesia

A night here costs around $400 to $1200 (INR 25,955 to INR 77,870), which wouldn’t seem too expensive once you witness its beauty and serenity.

Moorea Island in French Polynesia

You would expect one of the world’s richest men to make it to the list of people who own the most expensive homes in the world.