Each year, and others are difficult to access. While some beaches have been developed by humans, others is one of the wonders of the pristine nature.
Tak Maho Beach, for example, tourists visiting the beach on the island of St. Maarten in the Caribbean find it a little scary where you find that the aircraft is flying at a very low altitude when landing at Princess Juliana International Airport. Due to the noise of the aircraft, it may not be the place to relax, but it is one of the most exciting in the world's beaches.
Paradise: amazing caves on the shore of Portugal is a popular destination for tourists curious, and who can also swim Amaaldlavi in nearby waters.
Hidden beach in Mexico Marieta Islands may form when it was used as a bomb test in early 1900 and the time you can find out information about him from here.
From the sea to the sky: beach near the small semi-Icelandic Island, a volcanic island in the past, and is characterized by black basaltic sand, which emerged after the eruptions of the volcano.
In the early 20th century was a dumping ground for waste from residents of the surrounding areas of Fort Bragg, California. After cleaning and by the time the waves hit the beach this small pieces of residual waste turned into types of ornaments and stained glass became very large amounts of which adorn the entire beach.
Jamal formations: is a series of nearly 40 thousand column of basalt caused by molten lava when cooled which is found in County Antrim on the northeast coast of Northern Ireland.
Day inactivity: sea lions lie down on the red sand beach in rábida island, where it is believed that the red sand has been formed by the oxidation of volcanic material.
Starry Night: This is caused supply Lothario Vadho on the shores of an island in the Maldives by marine plankton that come out of the blue colors gleaming in the dark.
Desert and water: Meet the ocean Namib desert point that stretches along the western coast of South Africa and to a large extent in Namibia, it is characterized by the existence of this desert highest sand dunes in the world.
Jamal Oysters: Oysters beach in Australia's Shark Bay area is a World Heritage area, is composed of billions of small snails and shellfish and is one of only two in the world.