Unusual But Amazing Beaches Around The World

Unusual But Amazing Beaches Around The World

Whenever beach comes into mind, we usually think about sand, beautiful sun and blue water. But there are some unusual beaches around the world. Unusual in a way that many of us have never expected before. The thing to notice about these beaches are the different sand colors. Sand is formed with whatever the waves bring along with them. They might be rocks, shells, corals or they can also be glass. There are also black beaches which are formed by the remains of volcanic eruptions. Below is the list of 5 unusual but amazing beaches around the world.

Glass Beach in California

Glass Beach in California
Glass Beach in California

 

This beach is near Fort Bragg in California, it is formed after the trash which has been dumped by the local residents was mashed up into the sand by the surf. Though dumping of the trash has been prohibited. But the glass and the sand still remains on the beaches there. The beach is one of the major tourist attractions in California. Also, there is an entire festival which is devoted to this glass on the beach. The festival is celebrated as the appreciation towards the glass.

Hidden Beach In Marieta, Mexico

Hidden Beach In Marieta, Mexico
Hidden Beach In Marieta, Mexico

This is one of the most intriguing natural places. But this place requires a bit of a task to reach. The hidden beach is surrounded by a cave and it has a giant hole in its roof which helps in letting the sunlight in. this place can only be reached after swimming through a tunnel. This beach is on the Islas Marietas and it will take an hour ride for the visitors to reach there. After reaching the island they have to swim or paddle their way through Pacific water to the sand.

The Beach Of Cathedrals, Spain

The Beach Of Cathedrals, Spain
The Beach Of Cathedrals, Spain

This amazingly beautiful beach is on Spain’s northern coast in Galicia near Ribadeo. It often appears on the Best Beaches in the World lists. This beach is also known as the Beach Of Holy Waters (Praia de Augas Santas). What sets this beach apart from the others are Its huge eroded rock formations, dramatic arches, and hidden caves.

Jessica Blair

Jessica Blair is the lead editor of Weird News Ledger. Before joining Weird News Ledger, Jessica worked as a national political reporter for Postmedia News. She has covered many political events on and off since 2006, writing for Sun Media, and producing for CTV and for CBC.

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