The most beautiful beaches from the movies, which you should visit
Based on the latest news on the closure of borders around the world, it's time to start planning a trip to the sea. We suggest you look at LookStyler's selection of the most beautiful and unusual beaches where cult films have been shot over the past decade. Have a wonderful trip!
Barbosa Beach, Croatia (Mamma Mia 2, 2018)
This is a great place for lovers of a relaxing holiday. It was here that the cult musical Mamma Mia 2 was filmed, and for a very long time, this resort was not known to tourists. The stone beach of this picturesque corner has become the main find for the director of the film.
Whitehaven beach, Australia (Pirates of the Caribbean, 2017)
It was here that they shot the scene where Jack Sparrow meets with the dead. Real tropics and the azure sea seem to carry you into the real days of pirates.
Marina di Camerota, Italy (Wonder Woman, 2017)
It was on the mysterious coast of Cilento that this blockbuster was shot. Here you can get just a huge dose of aesthetic beauty, admiring the familiar landscapes from the movie from the terrace decorated with ancient Greek statues.
Calis Beach, Fethiye, Turkey (James Bond, Skyfall, 2012)
The main character of the film is resting on this beach in the film. The azure Aegean Sea, a magnificent view of the coast and ancient tombs with interesting drawings - all that is needed for relaxation for true explorers.
Abalone Cove Shoreline Park, California, United States (Beginning, 2010)
This corner has become an important backdrop for this action-packed dream story. Here everyone feels as if in a dream, walking along the delightful coast of the Pacific Ocean and spectacular cliffs.
El Golfo, Lanzarote Island, Spain (Open Embeaces, 2009)
This is an incredible beauty of the lagoon, which is not so popular among tourists. It is this beauty that appeared here after the eruption of the volcano. Yellow, red, graphite tones beckon with their beauty, as in the picturesque drama "Open Hugs". This place also went down in history thanks to the legendary film "A Million Years BC", 1966.