1.Seagaia Ocean Dome in Miyazaki, Japan is the largest artificial beach on earth which can accommodate 10,000 tourists and measuring 300 meters x 100 meters.

2.Glass Beach, Kauai, Hawaii made from broken bottles and auto glass, the moving ocean has smoothed out the pieces to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

3.Gulpiyuri Beach, Naves, Llanes, Spain is a unique beach found completely inland, out of view of the ocean, yet waves still lap up onto its shore via underground caves.  


4.Hot Water Beach, Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand has underground hot springs that rise up from the sand. It makes for a very relaxing and therapeutic beach experience. 

5.Maho Beach, Saint Martin,’s proximity to the Princess Juliana International Airport of St. Maarten makes it special. When the planes land, they get so close to beach-goers they can almost touch them.


6.Barking Sands Beach, Kaua’i, Hawaii.Due to a particular type of quartz, the sand granules on this unique beach actually make a barking noise when rubbed.

7.Haeundae Beach in South Korea which becomes crowded with over 120,000 people on a sunny summers day is highest capacity beach.

8.Queensland beach is truly one of the very odd beaches in the world. It is 75 miles long and a superb combination of a highway, runway and a beach.

9.On the Coast of Whitsunday Island Australia is Whitehaven Beach.This beach has whitest sand in the world.

10.Punalu’u Beach,Hawaii has black sand made of basalt and created by lava flowing into the ocean which explodes as it reaches the ocean and cools.



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