1. Lagos bar Beach

Description: The Lagos bar beach is the most popular in Nigeria. The Lagos bar beach is also called the Victoria beach, situated at the very center of Victoria Island. It was originally one of a series of naturally forming sandy bars which protect Lagos from the stormy Gulf of Guinea.

Location:Almadubello way, Victoria island, Lagos.

2. La Campagne Tropicana Beach

Description: La Campagne Tropicana Beach is one of the leading beaches in Lagos offering swimming, canoeing, hiking, hunting or ocean fishing and relaxation. It is is a 65 acre tranquil paradise located just an hour’s drive from Victoria Island in Lagos State. This 5 star Resort offers a unique blend of natural environments which include a fresh water lake, accessible mangrove forest, a savannah, extensive sandy beach and the warm Atlantic sea. Some of the activities you can enjoy at this exciting place are canoeing, hiking, hunting, horse riding, beach volleyball, beach football, snorkeling and ocean water fishing. There are also African-themed villas where you can stay while you enjoy your vacation.

Location: Ikegan, Ibeju, Lekki, Lagos State

Contacts: (+234) 1 454 4165,(+234) 702 800 0123, (+234) 805 222 5226, (+234) 803 102 5589

3. Coconut Beach

Description: Coconut beach is a beautiful beach in the coastal town of Badagry, west of Lagos. The beach is attractively set in an area surrounded by coconut trees. About 20 miles towards the border of Nigeria and the Republic of Benin, Coconut Beach is accessible through the Lagos-Badagry expressway. Visitors will find a friendly relaxed atmosphere.

Location: Lagos-Badagry expressway, Lagos

4. Tarkwa Bay Beach

Description: Tarkwa Bay is a sheltered beach along the Lagos harbor. It is accessible by a ‘trazan’ boa from Maroko or ‘fiki’ boat from under Falo Bridge on Victoria Island. This beach provides a pleasant outing with safe swimming conditions, even for small children. Tourist may obtain deck chairs and an awning on the beach, for relaxed, casual comfort. Local yen dots sell delicious pineapples, coconuts and variety of other delightful treats.

Location: tarkwa bay, Lagos island

5. Lekki Beach

Description: There are several beaches along the Lekki Peninsula, the foremost being Lekki Beach, located a few miles from the city center. Lekki Beach is another of Lagos’ attractive beaches and remains popular with foreign tourists. Beach shelters made of palm fronds and umbrellas, available for rent, keep the sun at bay, as well as provide a place to enjoy snacks or refreshments sold by local traders.

Location: Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lekki Lagos.

6. Eleko Beach

Description: Opened in 1989, Eleko is the newest of Lagos’ Beaches, down the Lekki Peninsula about 30 miles from Lagos. There are no traders and no distractions on Eleko Beach, just peace and tranquillity, ideal for those seeking privacy.

Location: km 56, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lagos

7. Akodo Beach

Description: This modern beach is a favorite among tourists to Lagos beaches. Modern facilities and equipment line the beach. Members of all ages enjoy the rides and amusement at the local parks. A swimming beach is also a popular spot along this beach to take a dip in the sea. Chalets are also prevalent at the Akodo Beach.

Location: Ibeju-Lekki Local Government OffLekki-Epe Expressway, Akodo, Lagos.

Phone:+(234) 1-4545859, +(234) 8183271445

8. Kuramo Beach

Description: This beach is known as being similar to the Bar Beach since it gets the name from a feature that is on its border. The Kuramo Lake borders the beach and is known for the many different restaurants that are along the area. Entertainment is available many times of the week and features different shows including music and jamborees.

Location: Victoria Island, Lagos

9. Ibeno Beach

Description: The Ibeno beach is a beautiful sand beach, which stretches to James Town on the Atlantic, providing recreational facilities for water sporting. Ibeno Beach is reputed to be the longest sand beach in West Africa covering about 2 kilometres. It is a beach that forms a part of the West African border with the Atlantic Ocean. The beauty of this beach is that its sands have been stable over the years without receding with the tide. Ibeno beach presents a nature’s gift, not only as a home for fishing but a relaxation spot for tourists. It is located in Ibeno Local Council Area of the state. The Ibeno beach is a beautiful sand beach, which stretches to James Town on the Atlantic, providing recreational facilities for water sporting. Other impressive beaches are located at Eket, IkotAbasi, Adadia, Nwaniba, UtaEwa and Oron.

Location: Eket, AkwaIbom

10. Ifoko Beach

Description: Ifoko Beach is one of the most popular beaches in the city of Port Harcourt and it is not man-made. This beach is well known because it is well maintained by local residents in terms of cleanliness and other things. Most of the people depend on the sea for their livelihood as they are fishermen by profession. Vacationers do enjoy a lot over here as local restaurants provide freshly caught sea food to them. On Ifoko Beach vacationers can take a long walk along the shore and enjoy the exotic scenery of the beach. Vacationers can enjoy wildlife in rainforest at Ifoko Beach, Port Harcourt.

Location: Elem Ifoko, Port-Harcourt