Name: Praia Do Cassino
Length: 150 Miles
According to the Guinness Book of Records, Praia do Cassino is the longest beach in the world.Praia do Cassino is the southernmost beach of the Brazilian coast (33.126080°S 52.639327°W), on the South Atlantic Ocean, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. It is thought to be the longest uninterrupted sandy seashore in the world, with various sources measuring it from 212 kilometres (132 mi) to 254 kilometres (158 mi), stretching from the Molhes (breakwaters) at the entrance of the Rio Grande seaport in the north to the mouth of the Chuí Stream, on the border with Uruguay, in the south. For a better perspective of its size, consider the fact that this beach is so long, it stretches all the way from the Rio Grande seaport to the mouth of the Chui stream adjacent to Uruguay.