ROMANTIC DESTINATIONS FOR YOUR HONEYMOONby Rubi Ahsan Associate S.E.O Consultant
When someone says "beach," they probably think of white sand, waves, bright sunlight, and a beer or fruity cocktail. But beaches come in much more diverse shapes and colors than some of us would have expected. From sparkling white sands to crystal clear waters and spectacular waves, these are the beaches that have been ranked among the best in the world.
1. Unique Crystal Beach, California
because we hate sand in our... swimsuits. The transparent, blue and brown glass pebbles that cover this beach are a sight to behold. According to science, the ocean takes 10 to 30 years to create them.
2. Hidden beach in Marieta, Mexico
A lovers' beach, hidden beneath the island's surface, offers a quiet haven for romance. A hole in the surface of the lush green island opens onto a secret beach, with lots of shade, sun, and crystal clear water that looks like something out of a fantasy novel. When you are here, you will be able to enjoy the diverse marine life, the adventurous thrills, and the unique tropical beauty of the beach.
3. Brilliant Beach, Maldives
Visitors to places like the Maldives occasionally get to experience a natural phenomenon that turns the ocean at night into a field of brilliant stars. When the waves crash on the sandy beach or your bare feet step on the wet sand, a brilliant blue-green glow appears. This magical effect is caused by the bioluminescent plankton, which frequently appears in warm coastal waters.
4. Shell Beach, Shark Bay, Australia
At the edge of the mainland and part of the Shark Bay UNESCO World Heritage Site, countless white shells, up to 30 feet deep in some parts, stretch for miles. Take photos only. Stop by the Old Pearler restaurant, built entirely from shells from this beach.
5. Cathedral Beach, Spain
This incredible beach on the northern coast of Spain often appears on lists of the best beaches in the world. The most striking feature of the beach is the group of towering rock formations. On a windy day, you can hear the wind whistling through the huge stones, reminiscent of organ music played in a church. Nature's organ music can be best heard at low tide.
6. Giant's Causeway Beach, Ireland
Numerous tourists have admired the Giant's Causeway's majesty and mystique for centuries. For millions of years, its distinctive rock formations, at the heart of one of Europe's most stunning coastlines, have provided a natural barrier against the fierce intensity of Atlantic storms.
7. Reynisfjara Beach, Iceland
These black basalt columns are called Reynisdrangar and have appeared as a result of water exposure on coastal cliffs. The cold water of the coastal beach, endless fog, piercing winds, and gloomy landscapes, but still a feeling of joy outweighs sadness - everything here seems very special and unusual!
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