1 Praia do Cassino Beach, BrazilPraia do Cassino Beach is the world's longest beach and comes first in this list. Stretching across 150 miles in length, this sandy seashore stretches from Rio Grande t the border with Uruguay. Brazil’s beaches are known for their white sand, warm temperatures and welcoming locals. This beach is a top destination for experienced surfers.
2 Cox's Bazar, BangladeshAt roughly 150 miles long, Cox's Bazar beach has the distinction of being the world’s longest ‘natural sand’ beach. The beach is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Bangladesh and is also known by the name Panowa, the term means ‘little flower’.