Oh, the beaches – no matter how much we may write about them, no matter how many photos we click ,we always like the , one of the most pleasant places on earth, even if it is on the beach in Gelendzhik, not an exotic coast with access to the Caribbean Sea. We bring you the most interesting podborochku beaches in the world. Interesting not only for its beauty and exoticism, but something else.
1 Tasman National Park, New Zealand. In New Zealand, there is a beach length of 144 km, although this looks much more attractive, is not it?
2 Navadzhio Beach, Greece. It is also known as Shipwreck Beach – because the 50-meter ship wrecks right in the center. It is believed that this was a smuggling ship.
3 Beach Jökulsárlón, Iceland.
4 Black sand due to its volcanic origins, and icicles – “waste product” of the neighboring glacier flowing into the lagoon.
5. Golden Horn, Croatia . Depending on the prevailing winds of the tip, beach changes its direction.
6 Lucky Bay, Australia. The beach is located in the national park. One of the favorite places for kangaroos. Admit it, you’re jealous of him now?
7. Glass Beach, California . Although these bits of glass look beautiful…
8 “Tropical Islands”, Germany. Yes, it’s a fake beach. Well, I mean, not natural.
9 He is a former hangar. But here you can swim and relax in the winter.
10 Secret Beach Marietas Islands in Mexico. Marietas Islands – is a Mexican National Park, which in 2008 UNESCO included in the list of the most important biosphere reserves in the world. The main attraction of the island is considered a “beach lovers”, better known as the “hidden beach”. The place looks like a huge natural swimming pool, but to get to the beach, you must swim through a short tunnel.
11 Papakolea, Hawaii. One of the four beaches in the world, where you will see the green sand. Responsible for such an unusual shade carries mineral called olivine.
12 Maldives. Bioluminescent poliplankton illuminates the sand, making the already beautiful beach is now a light show.
13 Beach shells, Australia. This beach is composed entirely of shells and stretches about 112 km. Of course, if you go to the beach to build sand castles, this is clearly not your option.
14 Anse Source d’Argent, Seychelles. Thanks to the pink sand and granite rocks along the shore, this beach can easily be called one of the most important in all the Seychelles.
15 Red sand beach, Hawaii. This marvelous beach is red due to the high iron content in the surrounding rocks.
16 McVeigh Waterfall in Big Sur, California. This beautiful beach boasts a 24-meter waterfall that flows year-round. It is one of 20 waterfalls in the world, which flow directly into the ocean.
17 Whitehaven Beach, Australia. During low tide, the influx Hill turns into a meandering river of white sand and turquoise water.
18 Rock Sound, Bahamas. World-famous pink sands of the Bahamas and the crystal clear waters around them, make this beach one of the main destinations for hundreds and thousands of tourists.
19 Ko Phi Phi Le, Thailand. The bay is surrounded by large wooded cliffs. Here is the same shot “The Beach” with Leonardo DiCaprio.
20 Hyams Beach, Australia. Entered the Guinness Book of Records as the beach with the whitest sand in the world.
21 Beach “wine glass”, Tasmania.
22 Almost perfect bend of the Gulf looks just amazing from the shore, as well as a bird’s-eye view.
23 Benagil, Portugal.
24 Tehotu Motu, Bora Bora. Bora Bora is known not only for its overwater bungalows, but also one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.