1 Maldives Beach Awash in Bioluminescent Phytoplankton Looks Like an Ocean of Stars.
This pictures made by very good photographer - Will Ho.
Remember it is important to visit and low tide or when the tide is low, otherwise you can not appreciate the beauty of its cliffs.
The sea cave has two magnificient entrance to the space, a huge collapsed roof, a isolated plage with sand and a circular inside cave. You can go to the cave by commercial tours, kayaking tour or by swimming.
It was created when the Mexican government, in the early 1900′s, made a bomb site in preparation for the First World War blowing up a very big hole in the canopy of the grotto.
This amazing beach was mentioned in the Guinness Book of Records as having the beaches with the whitest sand in the world. Its really one of the best beach in the world!
They call this beach “Dragon Eggs” or Moreaki Boulders beach because of the unique rock formations it has. The water has been washing away rocks for years but for these heavy spectacular rocks, the water has only helped shape them.
Through years of wave movement, a white rock of random stairs created itself naturally in southern Sicily, Realmonte, Italy.
This beach located in Ireland is the result of an old volcanic eruption. You can tell by the pictures why this beach is so unique and beautiful.
Found this pic here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mibreit/7993168001/in/photostream/
This beaches are covered with millions of very small fragments of glass which came from years of discarded glass washed up on shore.
The sand at this Hawaiian beach is green because of the surrounding volcanic mountains. After the mountain erupts, the lava flows down into the sea where it cools off and produces a mineral known as olivine, which then gets washed up onto shore. As its name suggest, olivine is responsible for turning the sand green.
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.