15 Netflix Movies That'll Make You Feel Like You're on a Tropical Getaway
If you're craving a beach vacation or just a trip to somewhere warm but don't have time to travel right now, why not try a Netflix movie set in one of those locations instead? Netflix has so many movies set in truly tropical locations, or that feature a beautiful beach. Whether it's the tropics of the Caribbean or a deserted island in the middle of nowhere, these movies all have one thing in common: sun and warmth. Not all the movies are feel-good ones though — we had to include some thrillers! So scroll through and find the location and genre of your choice and prepare to be transported.
After a failed wedding, this woman takes her dad on her honeymoon cruise through the Caribbean.
Adam Sandler and David Spade escape their lives to start over in Puerto Rico, but the new identities they've assumed get them into huge trouble.
This film takes place in a few different locations, but naturally a movie about the Panama Papers will have scenes set in Panama.
Die Another Day
James Bond jets all over the world in this movie, but one of his stops is in picturesque Cuba.
Watch as this teen escapes her life in New York to head to Australia, where she finds the beach, the sun, and new friends.
Two women in Australia fall in love with each other's teenage sons, and it, naturally, gets a little iffy.
Y Tu Mamá También
This coming-of-age film sets its scenes in the heat of Mexico, which just adds to the intimate storyline of these three main characters.
This movie tells the true story of George Jung's (Johnny Depp) drug trafficking between the US and Cartagena, Colombia, in the 1970s and '80s.
Ibiza: Love Drunk
Harper (Gillian Jacobs) is sent to Spain for a work trip but ends up in Ibiza — aka seaside party central.
This cute movie follows a bunch of teens through Malibu's junior lifeguard program.
This Spring break isn't all fun and parties after some partiers decide to rob a bank to fund their shenanigans in Florida.
Sweetheart's time on a deserted island is anything but peaceful — it's all about survival.
This film, based on a book by the same name, tells the story of two teens in Australia who befriend an older surfer.