World’s Most Unusual Beaches

It seems that when we think about the beach, we usually think about  white sand and crystal clear water. But not every beach is like that. Some beaches do not have a white sand, but a sand in some other more intense color. Also, there are beaches where instead of the sand you can step over millions of small shells, rocks or even glass. And all of these plus some other beaches got a place on our today’s list of  the World’s Most Unusual Beaches.

As you will find out from the pictures below, nature offers us pink, red, green, purple and even black sand beaches. Go ahead and find out where these unusual places are located. And if you haven’t had the chance to visit them, make sure you do at least once in your lifetime. You will definitely not regret. Enjoy!

Hidden Beach, Marieta Islands, Mexico

Worlds Most Unusual Beaches
Photo via: luxatic.com

Maldives Beach

Worlds Most Unusual Beaches
Photo via: veooz.com

Pink Sand Beach, Elafonissi Beach, Crete, Greece

Worlds Most Unusual Beaches
Photo via: strangesounds.org

Green Sand Beach, Papakōlea Beach, Hawaii

Worlds Most Unusual Beaches
Photo via: tourismontheedge.com

Giant Causeway Beach, Ireland

Worlds Most Unusual Beaches
Photo via: rebloggy.com

Red Sand Beach On Kaihalulu Bay, Hawaii

Worlds Most Unusual Beaches
Photo via: onlyinhawaii.org

Shell Beach, Australia

Worlds Most Unusual Beaches
Photo via: news.distractify.com

Jokulsarlon, Iceland

Worlds Most Unusual Beaches
Photo via: news.distractify.com

Purple Sand Beach, Pfeiffer Beach, California

Worlds Most Unusual Beaches
Photo via: meteoweb.eu

Cave Beach, Algrave, Portugal

Worlds Most Unusual Beaches
Photo via: newdigital-world.com

Koekohe Beach, New Zealand

Worlds Most Unusual Beaches
Photo via: deep-marine.com

Punaluu Black Sand Beach, Hawaii

Worlds Most Unusual Beaches
Photo via: aliensplicer.com

Glass Beach, California

Worlds Most Unusual Beaches
Photo via: amazingworldlifestyle.blogspot.com

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