Pack your shit and go! The list contains 23 beaches that you feel like you’re on another planet. A singing beach, a hot beach, a beach full of grass, a purple beach … It’s ridiculous!
This beach is so white because it contains a lot of silicon. Where can you find Whitehaven Beach? On Whitsunday Island in Australia.
Star Sand Beach
This beach is located on Iriomote Island in Japan. It is covered with calcium carbonate tests of foraminifera (a type of plankton). People who visit are weighed to observe the skeletons this beach. Funny sight!
Black Sand Beach
On the volcanic island of Hawaii to find there are black beaches. These occurred when hot lava solidified into contact with water.
The hidden beach
This marvelous beach is one of the Marieta Islands in Mexico. It is hidden because it is in a hole in the ground.
At the beach in South East Queensland, Australia, to find his grains of sand in 74 different colors. They are not in lines like a rainbow, but it is nonetheless remarkable. By erosion during the Ice Age, these colors were formed.
Moeraki Boulders Beach
This beach in New Zealand seems littered with dragon eggs! The boulders first had a different shape but has the water created by these bulbs over the years.
Bowling Ball Beach
This beach looks like the previous beach. The spheres were formed in the same way, but it is a different type of rock. The beach is in Schooner Gulch (California, USA).
This beach does not play music, but the sand grains rub against each other and create a beeping sound. The beach is located in Manchester-by-the-Sea (Massachusetts, USA).
This beach is scattered with white shells of clams and is situated in Shark Bay, Western Australia. The clams grow incredibly fast because of the high salt content of the water. They live at 7 to 8 meters. When they die, they get washed up on the beach.
No sand here but grass! This beach is located in Gourou, French Guiana.
Hallucinating! This beach is Praia de Augas Santas, Spain. The columns were all shaped by Mother Nature. you can only see the beach during low tide.
Wow! By phytoplankton, the plant part of plankton that accumulates on some beaches in the Maldives, it seems like you are walking on stars. Mighty!
Purple sand? Yes, in Big Sur (California, USA), this color is caused by quartz that comes in contact with the manganese from the surrounding rocks.
Hot Water Beach
In the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand, the water pools on the beach filled with hot water. A natural spa!
This beach is in the middle of a meadow in Playa de Gulpiyuri in Spain. The sea water from the Atlantic Ocean is supplied through underground waterways. Although the beach is small, it is a perfect place for a picnic.
Scala Dei Turchi
This white rock is not a beach, but it serves as a beach. The various steps in the rock were naturally created by the movement of the waves. Go to Realmonte on the island of Sicily in Italy to admire this natural staircase!
To get to this beach, Dunedin (New Zealand), you have to walk through a long natural tunnel. On the beach to admire its cliffs of limestone, caves, rock arches and other beautiful rock formations. Breathtaking!
Green Sand Beach
The mineral olivine created the green sand on this beach. It’s called Mahana Beach is located on the island of Hawaii. It is one of the four beaches in the world where this occurs.
Black Sand Beach (Vik Beach)
This beach is located in Iceland. Most beaches there is black sand by the volcanic activity of the island.
This beach is located in the Bahamas. The clear waters are often wild pigs swimming. Funny sight!
Giants Causeway Beach
This old Irish beach is the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. You walk just on pillars which are side by side.
School house Beach
On Washington Island (Wisconsin, USA), you can find this beach full of white pebbles. Ideal for a foot massage!
Benagil (Algarve, Portugal), there are several caves along the coastline. And that makes for breathtaking beaches in the middle of a cave. What a gem to finish with!