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Three Unusual Beaches Across the Globe

Three Unusual Beaches Across the Globe

Summer is at its end and autumn has just started. Still, in some parts of the world, the weather is still hot, perfect for one last trip at the seaside. And, if you wish to extend your holiday for a little longer, why not turn your attention in the direction of some unusual beaches instead of going to those beaches that no longer hold any mysteries for you.

 

Around the globe, nature has worked in amazing ways, giving birth to places of untold beauty. Not all beaches are made of sand and crystalline water. In some parts, the sand is replaced by multicolored glass. In order, the waters of the sea shimmer during the night. Discover below three unusual beaches from across the globe.

1. Hidden beach in Marieta, Mexico

Unusual Beaches - Marieta Island

Located in the Marieta Islands lies a stunning, idyllic beach paradise hidden underneath a hole in the ground. This place is called Hidden Beach” or “Playa de Amor” (Beach of Love). It is unique in the world and has remained untouched by human hands for many years. Recently, after its photo appeared on the internet, it has become one of the most famous beaches in Mexico.

2. Pink Sand Beach, Bahamas

Pink Sand Beach

At Pink Sand Beach, one can find the perfect blend between natural beauty, elegant resorts and three miles of perfectly pink sand, alongside gentle waters. The sand of this beach is pigmented by coral remains that are washed up on the beach.

3. Giants Causeway Beach, Ireland

Giants Causeway Beach, Ireland

The last on our list of unusual beaches is Giants Causeway Beach located in Ireland. This beach was formed 50-60 million years ago after a volcanic eruption. Lava cooled above the surface of the earth, afterwards cracking in these strange, large columns.

Would you like to spend some time at any of these unusual beaches?

Source and Images: boredpanda.com and whenonearth.net

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