A beach forms when waves deposit sand and gravel along the shoreline. Some beaches are made up of rocks and pebbles. Over time, they are rolled around smooth by the waves. Most beaches get their sand from rocks on land. Over time, rain, ice, wind, heat, cold, and even plants and animals break the rock into smaller pieces. This weathering may begin with large boulders that break into smaller rocks. Water running through cracks erodes the rock. I introduce some beautiful and attractive beaches in the world.
Glass Beach in California:
Glass beach made from years of dumped litter sounds like a hellhole but, at Glass beach, on the Mendocino coast in California, the result is quite beautiful. From 1906 to 1967, glass, appliances, and even vehicles were chucked into the sea. A clean-up program removed all the metal and non-biodegradable waste, and the waves broke down the glass and pottery, which washed up as jewel-like, translucent stones. Nowadays, the beach is part of MacKerricher state park, and visitors are forbidden for removing the sea-glass baubles.
Lanikai Beaches’ Oahu, Hawaii:
O’ahu is one of the best beaches on O’ahu and in all of Hawai’i, Lanikai has everything that paradise seekers are looking for – fine white sand, clear blue water, calm surf, off-shore islands, and a laid-back, family atmosphere. Both areas have depths between about 3 and 6 feet. Swimming and Water Activities: While the magical aqua blue calm waters are ideal for swimming, it is not great for snorkeling. You’re the best chance of seeing fish is on the left-hand side… look for the dark areas in the water that represent rocks, where they will most likely be.
Bora Bora Beaches, French Polynesia:
Sugar sand, palms, breeze, the sea that’s a 26-29C year-round, and the color of peppermint mouthwash… Bora Bora is a cliched vision of the heavenly beach. Even if you never get to go, this is one for the mental image bank at least – use it when meditating. Matira has to win as the only public beach on the island, and somewhere you could mingle with locals.
The Bora Bora Hotels built on its own coral isle has its own private beach that may be a grain prettier, for its view of the beautiful rock peak Otemanu. Bora Bora is world-famous for its iconic volcanic views, incredible turquoise lagoon, pristine white sandy beaches, and luxurious overwater resorts on islets that provide beautiful views of the beautiful surroundings. French Polynesia is home to the most photographed isle in the South Pacific.
Amanohashidate Beach, Japan:
Amanohashidate is a three-kilometers long sandbank covered with pine trees that cross Miyazu Bay near the Sea of Japan in the north of Kyoto prefecture. It was deemed one of the three most beautiful views of Japan and looks like a bridge suspended in the sky from the heights of Kasamatsu Park. Most visitors walk across, then take a funicular up a hill on the far side, but stray from the path and you’ll have the beaches to yourself, with crystal-clear waters gently lapping on golden sands, nudging pine cones down the coast.
South Beach, Miami:
The best part of Miami Is South Beach is Packed with attractions, bars, clubs, restaurants and some of the best hotels in the city, the South Beach district is the best area for tourists in Miami. The natural scenery, combined with the abundance of opulent homes, makes it a retiree’s paradise. The island boasts plentiful bike paths, a luxurious resort, and a feeling of quietude that other parts of the Miami area lack. Miami Beach offers a variety that goes far beyond sun and sand, encompassing world-famous nightlife and world-renowned art galleries, first-class hotels and second-to-none dining, designer shopping, and a unique architectural style that makes it one of the world’s most visually distinctive regions.