Your question: Who has the longest coastline in Africa?

Which is the longest beach in Africa?

Somalia’s coastline consists of the Gulf of Aden to the north, the Guardafui Channel to the northeast and the Indian Ocean to the east. The total length of the coastline is approximately 3333 km, giving the country the longest coastline on mainland Africa.

Which country has most beaches in the world?

Indonesia has the second longest coastline in the world at 99,083 km/61,567 miles. The country’s coastline is famous for its picturesque beaches and great diversity of flora and fauna.

Countries With The Most Coastline.

Rank 1
Country Canada
Coastline (Kilometers) 202,080
Coastline (Miles) 1,25,567

Which country in Africa has the best beaches?

Here’s a small sample of Africa’s best beaches.

  1. Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. You really can walk across the Red Sea at Sharm el-Sheik. …
  2. Watamu, Kenya. …
  3. Diani Beach, Kenya. …
  4. Nungwi, Zanzibar, Tanzania. …
  5. Chitimba, Malawi. …
  6. Anse Soleil, Mahe, Seychelles. …
  7. Anse Source d’Argent, La Digue, Seychelles. …
  8. Belle Mare, Mauritius.
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