13 Images of Beach Bars That Aren’t in the Caribbean or Florida


This blog has historically covered beach bars in the Florida and Caribbean regions because that’s where I, and the vast majority of my 30 readers, travel. As all of us know, however, beaches exist around the world. A lot of those beaches have beach bars and while they may look and even sound different, their purpose is the same – get people together on the beach to have a good time, whatever version that good time decides to dress itself in.

From Antwerp to Zanzibar, this article is an opportunity to showcase beach bars around the world that don’t currently take up space in Florida or the Caribbean. Beach bars of all shapes, sizes and styles make an appearance. Among those beach bars are a barely there Robinson-Crusoe-type escape, a beach bar in Holland that recycles car in a unique fashion and as always, the magnificent Maldives claims a spot.

It’s a virtual beach bar crawl around the world and proof that no matter which beach you end up on, a beach bar is always a possibility and just a dream (along with a few funds) away.

Even Antwerp, Belgium can’t fend off beach bar fever!

Cyprus is where this beach bar calls home.

View from a beach bar in Fourka, Greece.

Plenty of room at this beach bar in Germany!

Chairs waiting for patrons at a beach bar in Germany.

Mango’s Beach Bar in Zandvoort, Holalnd.

View of a beach bar in Kos, Greece.

The beach bar are always on another level in Maldives.

Beach bar on Menorca, the low key alternative to Ibiza and Malloraca in Spain’s Balearic islands

View from a beach bar in Rio de Janiero, Brazil.

Hippies Bar, a beach bar located on Phi Phi Island, Thailand.

Beach bar in Zanzibar, located on the island of Tanzania.

Beach bar on Gili Trawangan, Indonesia.

Author: Tom W.

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