Travel: Sea cave in Benagil beach, Algarve Coast, Portugal
Moeraki Boulders (Dragon Eggs), Koekohe Beach, New Zealand
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Pink Sandy beach on the Island Harbor, the Bahamas. Isn't it spectacular?
"amazing-unusual-beaches" Vik Beach, Iceland~Iceland is a land with a lot of volcanic activity, which is why black volcanic beaches are so common there.
Pfeiffer Purple Sand Beach located in California The purple patches of sand found throughout the shores of this California beach are created by manganese garnet deposits, which fall down from the constantly eroding hillsides.
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16 of the most bizarre beaches in the world: Red Sand Beach, Rabida, Galapagos - The red color of the ground on Rabida Island is due to the oxidization of lava but some others say that it’s because of dead corals
got it's name by Red and Black volcanic rocks. Something you don't see often at a regular beach. So if you are around don't miss it!
Panaluu Black Sand Beach located in Hawaii When basalt lava flows into the sea it cools very fast, creating the black sand found on this beach.
Punaluu Black Sand Beach, Hawaii amazing unusual beaches 6 2 picture amazing unusual beaches 6 1 picture The black sand on Punaluu is formed by basalt lava, which explodes as it flows into the sea and rapidly cools.
"amazing-unusual-beaches" Giants Causeway Beach, Ireland~ Image credits: Stefan Klopp The giant’s causeway was formed million years ago when basalt lava rose to the surface and cooled, cracking into strange, large columns.
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Image credits: Mark Ritter Papakōlea Green Sand Beach, Hawaii The green sand on this beach in Hawaii is caused by the mineral olivine, which is formed by lava as it cools in the sea.
16 of the most bizarre beaches in the world: Papakōlea Green Sand Beach, Hawaii - One of only four green sand beaches in the world. It gets its distinctive coloring from the mineral olivine, found in the enclosing cinder cone.