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Strangest Beaches

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Jokulsarlon beach, Iceland
is a large glacial lake in southeast Iceland, on the borders of Vatnajökull National Park. Situated at the head of Breiðamerkurjökull, it developed into a lake after the glacier started receding from the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The lake has grown since then at varying rates because of melting of the Icelandic glaciers.

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Glass Beach, California
is a beach in MacKerricher State Park near Fort Bragg, California that is abundant in sea glass created from years of dumping garbage into an area of coastline near the northern part of the town.

Moho Beach, St. Marrten
is a beach on the Dutch side of the Caribbean island of Saint Martin, in the country of Sint Maarten. It is famous for the Princess Juliana International Airport adjacent to the beach.

Papakōlea Beach
is a green sand beach located near South Point, in the Kaʻū district of the island of Hawaiʻi. One of only four green sand beaches in the World, the others being Talofofo Beach, Guam, Punta Cormorant on Floreana Island in the Galapagos Islands, and Hornindalsvatnet, Norway. It gets its distinctive coloring from the mineral olivine, found in the enclosing cinder cone.

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Scala dei Turchei, Italy
is a rocky cliff on the coast of Realmonte, near Porto Empedocle, southern Sicily, Italy. It has become a tourist attraction due to its unusual white color, as well as by its mention in Andrea Camilleri’s series of detective stories about Commissario Montalbano.

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Zlatni Rat, Croatia
is a narrow white pebble beach on a promontory near Bol, located 2 km west of Bol harbour, on the southern coast of the island of Brač, Croatia. The shape of the beach shifts with the changes in tide, currents and wind, veering out into the sea 634 m long. A reliable afternoon westerly wind known as a Maestral, together with clear and somewhat cool water make the beach a destination for windsurfers.

Hidden beach in Marieta, Mexico
With crystal clear waters and sandy beaches, the origins of this idyllic paradise comes as a surprise – it is in fact the world’s most picturesque bomb site. This secluded strip of sand is believed to have formed decades ago when it was used as target practice by the Mexican Government in the early 1900s. But where you might expect to find ruins and devastation, here there is a sensational, deserted beach on the Marieta Islands in Puerto Vallarta.

San Alfonso del Mar, Chile
This is hands-down-in-a-dive the largest pool in the world (so says the Guinness Book of Records and they should know). At a staggering 3323 feet (1013 metres) in length, covering an area of eight hectares (20 acres) the pool is easily large enough to water-ski and parasail on – a mini ocean no less.

The pink beach,Bermuda

Gulpiyuri, Asturias, Spain
Playa de Gulpiyuri is a flooded sinkhole[1] with an inland beach located near Llanes, Spain around 100 m from the Cantabrian Sea.Roughly 40 meters in length, it is fully tidal due to a series of underground tunnels carved by the salt water of the Cantabrian Sea which allows water from the Bay of Biscay to create small waves.