Here we are showing you some most colorful beaches in the world.
It does not work out! The Ramla Bay in Malta is known for its golden sands.
The red cliffs on the Cycladic island of Santorini attract thousands of tourists each year to their slopes. This scenery makes you think about the next beach holiday on Red Beach, right?
The beach of Crete’s mini island Elafonissi is known all over the world. This is due to the fascinating sand, which is dyed pink by small shell parts. To reach it, tourists have to walk over a sandbank.
The “Praia da Falésia” on the Portuguese south coast has more to offer than “just” sun, beach and sea. The colored cliffs immediately behind the beach section over five kilometers in length make a visit to a real experience.
Black is the new black, what is currently fashionable in the fashion world, can not be wrong in terms of travel. The beaches of Hawaii are lined with palm trees and covered with black sand. After all, Hawaii is the island of volcanoes …
Ice and beach? This is possible, as Iceland proves. The Diamond Beach sparkles not only when the sun hits the big ice chunks. The whole forms together with the dark sand a wonderful contrast to the sea.
The journey goes back to the Mediterranean. The Greek Crete is with the “Balos Lagoon” at the forefront when it comes to beautiful beaches. The lagoon is located on the west coast of the island, near the small town of Kissamos.
40 km along the west Australian Shark Bay meanders the Shell Beach. The shells glisten glorious in the sun, but to stroll around it absolutely needs shoes!