6 Unique Beaches You Didn’t Know Existed

 


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1. Vaadhoo Island, Maldives beach ( The Sea of Stars )

It’s not a photoshop and it’s not a dream, this place is really existing. Between July and February, you can bathe in a sea of stars at this unique glow-in-the-dark Maldives beach.

2. Maho Beach, Caribbean Island of Saint Martin

The Carribean island of St. Martin is well known for white sand beaches and great weather. It would be hard to choose which one is the best, but if there is one beach that will blow you away, it would be Maho Beach. What makes it so special? The fact that the beach is right next to the Princess Juliana International Airport. As consequence, airplanes are landing directly above the beach.

3. Harbor Island, Pink Sand Beaches (Bahamas Islands)

Harbor Island lies just northwest of Eleuthera Island in the Bahamas. It’s known for the long pink sand beaches stretching along its eastern shore.

4. Shell Beach, Western Australia

Shell Beach is a beach located in Western Australia and is formed from billions of tiny shells.

5. Big Major Key, Beach (Bahamas Islands)

Big Major Key or Pig Beach is an uninhabited island located in Exuma, the Bahamas. This place is known for the adorable and famous swimming Pigs. This is one thing you can’t miss while you’re there.

6. Marietas Islands, Hidden Beach

Playa del Amor, more commonly known as the Hidden Beach, is a feature of one of the Marieta Islands, located west of Puerto Vallarta.

 

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