Erg Chebbi, “the most evocative stretch of sand imaginable”, according to Jeremy Flint, the Time Out traveler who recommends it, comes third on this list. At the top of this Top 30 is the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro, followed by Iceland, second, considered “the land of fire and ice” due to the existence of volcanoes and glaciers.
After this top three, we find Mont Saint-Michel in France, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, Ella in Sri Lanka, Highlands in Scotland, Zhangye National Geopark in China, Storms River in South Africa and New Forest in England.
To read: Discovering the dunes of Merzouga (video)
Eleventh place in the ranking is occupied by Paradise Bay in Antarctica, followed by the Highlands in Bolivia, Hôi An in Vietnam, Milford Sound in New Zealand, Jaipur in India, Hormuz Island in Iran, Puglia in Italy, Victoria Falls in Africa, Kinkaku-ji in Japan and South Water Caye in Belize.
The last ten beautiful places on the list are the Danakil Depression in Ethiopia, Big Sur in the United States, Maria Island National Park in Tasmania, Registan in Uzbekistan, Choquequirao in Peru, Lord Howe Island in Australia , the Red Rocks Amphitheater in the United States, the Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentina, Savane in the United States and Lapland in Finland.