Our world is very beautiful and full of amazing natural places. Sea and beach sounds romantic and attracts everyone towards them. People love to go on beaches to enjoy sunny day. Top 10 Marvels is presenting list of top 10 beautiful and amazing beaches you have never seen before.

10. World’s Most Crowded Beach

Most Crowded Beach

A very famous and largest beach in Asia. Its the most crowded beach in the world located on Huiquan Bay in Qingdao, Shandong Province. People love this beach for its clean and clear water, strong waves and shiny soft sand.

09. Refrigerated Beach

Refrigerated Beach

The very first refrigerated beach which will have a system of heat-absorbing pipes built under the sand and giant wind blowers, designed to keep tourists cool in the searing 40-50C heat.

08. Red Sand Beach

Red Sand Beach

The Red Sand Beach is located south of Hana Bay. The bay name comes from kai halulu which means “Roaring Sea” in the Hawaiian language.One should must wear water shoes before visit red sand beach, must try swimming here because you will find it really different, but be careful don’t swim behind the lava sea wall. Because the beach is so secluded, nudism is not uncommon.

07. Hot Water Beach

Hot Water Beach

In New Zealand, the Hot Water Beach attracts people 130,000 visitor itself every year. The hot/warm water can reach 64ºC (147ºF), but we will suggest to dig a hole and enjoy. It is really a nice experience to take hot bath.

06. Airport Beach

Airport Beach

Barra Airport is probably the only airport in the world where planes land on the beach. Barra Airport is located on the beach of Traigh Mhor, on Barra island, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland.

05. World’s Whitest Sand Beach

World’s Whitest Sand Beach

At first glance, Jervis Bay is not the sort of place to inspire thoughts of world records and extravagant claims. It’s a collection of small towns, tucked-away creeks and remote inlets and beaches. It has an entry in the Guinness Book of Records as having the whitest sand in the world (officially at Hyams Beach, though many others around there are similarly blessed) and the astonishing fact that the bay is at least six times bigger in volume and four times bigger in area than Sydney Harbour.

04. Inland Beach

Inland Beach

Gulpiyuri beach or Inland Beach is near Llanes in Spain. Gulpiyuri’s name is not its only bizarre facet: this beach is found completely inland in a gorgeous little cove which looks like something out of a fantasy. The Cantabrian Sea bored through the earth to create this sandy spot, and though you can’t see the ocean, its waves to lap the shore just like any beach — it’s odd, like a magical wave pool.

03. Bowling Ball Beach

Bowling Ball Beach

On the Californian coast is a town called Mendocino. Nearby is a coastal feature called Schooner Gulch, and this is where you can feast your eyes on what has become known as the ‘Bowling Ball Beach’. Thousands of rocks appear to have gathered together to defy the tides like an army of small boulders. The explanation is simple and purely geological in nature. Technically called concretions, these hard spheres are composed of materials far more resilient than the Cenozoic mudstone that once surrounded them. Over millions of years, this has eroded away under the constant onslaught of the Pacific Ocean, forming the cliffs that line the shore behind the beach and leaving the tougher ‘bowling balls’ behind.

02. Green Sand Beach

Green Sand Beach

Papakolea Beach is a green sand beach situated at South Point, in the Kau district of the Island of Hawaii. There are only two green sand beaches in the world, the other being in Guam, the beach gets distinctive coloring from olivine crystals found in a nearby cinder cone.

01. Glass Beach

Glass Beach

Glass Beach

The most amazing Glass Beach is a section of coastline in MacKerricher State Park in California. It was used as a public dump for apx. twenty years (After World War II) until local officials halted the practice. From that time, the waves have worn smooth the glass shards disposed on the shore.

World’s Whitest Beach

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World’s Whitest Beach?

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World’s Whitest Beach

If you thought you saw the whitest sand in the world somewhere in the Caribbean, Asia or the Pacific, perhaps you ought to read this. It’s not quite in any of the tropical paradise that most people would associate a nice white sand beach to. I never thought that a world record existed for the World’s Whitest Beach or World’s Whitest Sand, but it apparently is in the Guinness Book of World Records. I really wonder I recently came back from a short trip over Easter, and this is how I found out about the record. As you can tell, I love spending time on the beach. My dream is to own a house by the beach, where I can just walk out of my backyard and step into some fine white sand beach. Thus, I was extremely curious when someone told me about the world’s whitest beach!

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