17 of the most unusual beaches from around the world. You do this has never seen!

When you hear the word of the beach, in your imagination is at once opened the white sand, sun, waves, beer, smoothies and other attributes of the summer. But the beaches are much more diverse than you imagine. especially for you 17 found the most unusual beaches that you have ever seen.

Most of these beaches are different colors of sand. Sand is usually formed of only that wavelength bringing ashore, whether rocks, shells, corals or even glass. That is not only in the world ?! See for yourself.

Unique Glass Beach in California
Magic Glass Beach is located near the town of Fort Bragg, California. In the first half of the XX century on the territory of the beach was a garbage dump. As a result, when the landfill was closed, washed by sea surf thrown glass turned into a beautiful multi-colored translucent pebbles.

Photo: Flickr

The hidden beach on the island of Marietta in Mexico
This place is at the beginning of the twentieth century was considered a desert island, because the Mexican government to use it for military exercises.

Photo: Daily Mail

Photo: Flickr

Beach in the Maldives, like the starry night sky
Such a magical glow on the Maldivian beach creates phytoplankton. He lit extraordinary light, due to the chemical reactions that occur with microorganisms during the surf.

Photo: Flickr

Beach Cathedral in Ribadeo, Spain
This stunning beach in Spain, under the influence of wind and water turned into miraculous cathedral with many arches, mazes and depressions.

Photo: Imgur

Pink sandy beach in the Bahamas
The pink sand in the Bahamas is the remains of corals that were ground breaking waves.

Photo: Green Globe

Photo: Luxuo

low-flying aircraft on the beach Maho Beach, St. Martin
Not far from the airport this beach is considered one of the most dangerous in the world.

Photo: Flickr

Jökulsárlón, Iceland
Black sand, formed by volcanic eruptions, this Icelandic beach contrasts beautifully with the white pieces of ice.

Photo: Manisha Desai

Picture: D-P Photography

Moeraki Boulders (dragon eggs) Koekohe Beach, New Zealand
Boulders on the beach in New Zealand Koekohe formed on the bottom of the sea for millions of years. They were polished by waves and washed ashore.

Photo: Moeraki Boulders

Photo: Flickr

Photo: Arik

Beach with green sand, French Guiana

Photo: Wikimedia

Green papakolea beach in Hawaii
The sand on this beach is made up of particles of olivine, which is also called olivine jewelry. Peridot is volcanic sand and gives a green tint.

Photo: Paradisepin

Photo: Papakolea

Giant's Causeway, Ireland
Giant's Causeway was formed 50-60 million years ago, when basaltic lava rose to the surface and cooling cracked. Here's what came of it.

Photo: Flickr

Black Punalu beach in Hawaii
Black sand on this beach is formed by the emission of lava and its rapid cooling in the sea.

Photo: Hawaii Top Ten

Photo: Wikimedia

Dark red beach on the island of Rabida, Galapagos Islands
The unusual color of the sand gives the combination of volcanic soil with iron oxide contained in it in large quantities. While this color sand can also give coral deposits on the seashore.

Photo: Robert Peternel

shelly beach, Shark Bay, Australia
The water in the bay is so salty that it has led to the uncontrolled proliferation of molluscs. Now the beach is littered with shells Beach.

Photo: Australia`s Coral Cost

Purple Beach Pfeiffer Beach, California
Purple sand on this beach was formed by the erosion of rocks with water containing manganese.

Photo: Flickr

Photo: Flickr

Black Beach Vik, Iceland
Iceland - a country with high volcanic activity, because the black beaches are less common.

Photo: Stephan Amm

beach with caves in the village of the Algarve, Portugal
Algarve coast is composed of limestone, which is easily eroded and can form a stunning sea caves, like this.

Photo: Bruno Carlos

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