A Greek beach among the world’s bluest waters
Silky, powder-white sand seems to get all the attention these days, but what good is perfect sand without crystal-clear water to match? Like sand, not all bodies of water are created equal: due to certain natural filters like coral reefs or limestone, some oceans (and lakes, and rivers) simply look better than others. Conde Nast Traveller has rounded up the world’s bluest waters for your summer travel inspiration, and a Greek island is featured in the list.
2.Lampedusa, Sicily, Italy
3.Lake Pukaki, South Island, New Zealand
4. Great Barrier Reef
6.Navagio Bay, Zakynthos, Greece
8. Moraine Lake, Canada
9. Boracay Island, Philippines