The 9 Most Filmed Beaches on the Planet That Hollywood Loves

Danny Boyle's The Beach featured Ko Phi Phi Le's turquoise waters, white sands, and lush green cliffs. This gorgeous site is a must-see for beach and cinema fans.

Maya Bay, Thailand

A sand and rock beach in Pembrokeshire, Wales, featured in Harry Potter and Robin Hood. Tourists and moviegoers love it there.

Freshwater West, Wales

The picturesque West Coast shoreline of Ecola State Park, Oregon, was used to film Twilight's La Push. Hiking and surfing are popular beach activities.

Indian Beach, Oregon

Game of Thrones' Dragonstone Beach is in the Basque Country, with striated rocks and stunning cliffs. Its unusual scenery suits filming and adventure sports.

Itzurun Beach, Spain

The Mamma Mia! beach in Skopelos, with white sand and azure waves, is famed for its lush woods and sunshine. The area's natural splendour draws tourists from throughout the world.

Kastani Beach, Greece

Casino Royale with Daniel Craig included the Ocean Club Resort and beach-view villa associated with 007. The island pampers fans and guests.

Paradise Island Beach, the Bahamas

This Rhode Island beach on Conanicut Island, featured in Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, has a beautiful cove. A peaceful getaway and picturesque exploration are appropriate here.

Fort Wetherill State Park, Rhode Island

A tropical paradise on an uninhabited Caribbean island in Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl. The island attracts tourists and environmentalists.

Petit Tabac, St Vincent and the Grenadines

It was featured in Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk and was important in Operation Dynamo during World War II. The beach still brings back memories.

Plage de Malo-Les-Bains, France

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