If you don’t already own a beach house, you are probably wishing that you did right about now. But unless your pockets are particularly deep, don’t even bother trying to holiday on these exclusive shores.
TravelBird, a holiday specialist, has released a Beach Price Index that looked at 900 of the world’s most popular beachfronts. The index calculates the cost of a day at each seafront, factoring in average costs for sun cream, a bottle of water, a beer, ice-cream and lunch.
There are the 10 most expensive beaches according to the study:
At first the numbers aren’t so frightening, that is until you consider this is just the cost of hanging around on the beach itself. You can be sure that the housing surrounding these beaches keep the impecunious sorts far far away.