White and black beaches seem common, but have you ever seen pink beaches? Although she is rare, pink beaches can be found in countries all over the world!! As if the crystal-clear oceans weren’t stunning enough, pair them with rose sand for an Instagram shot that no filter can match. Stay tuned to see which famous pink wonders are worth adding to your wish list!!
1.Horseshoe Bay Beach, Bermuda
One of the most beautiful and photographed beaches in Bermuda is Horseshoe Bay Beach. Located in South Shore Park, this pink beach features a coastal trail that connects it to other area beaches, plus limestone rocks and cliffs that add to its beauty. The beach offers a variety of amenities, such as a concession stand, lifeguards and beach and water sports equipment rentals like chairs, snorkeling gear, and boogie boards. Beachgoers can play a game of volleyball or go to one of a few yearly celebrations facilitated nearby.
Elafonissi, which occupies a peninsula that’s connected to mainland Crete underwater, boasts breathtaking beaches with pink sands and turquoise waters. In 2014, it was named one of the world’s top 25 beaches on TripAdvisor. The area’s shores get their noticeable color from broken shells. Most of the time the sand here is composed of the remains of tiny pink shells that line the sea floor. When Elafonisi is pink, it is very pink, especially around the lagoon and along the sandbar to the island. The region can get busy in July and August.
3.Komodo Island, Indonesia
The Island is famous for its Komodo Dragons and amazing pink sand beaches. Only found in the world within The Komodo National Park and the surrounding Flores island, these Jurassic and majestic creatures are the park’s star attraction. Although awesome to see, visitors are urged to keep a distance and exercise caution. This striking stretch of pink gets its color from a red pigment left on the surrounding coral reefs by microscopic creatures. Part of Komodo National Park, Pink Beach features vibrant underwater coral gardens and shallow waters that are ideal for
4. Harbour Island, Bahamas
Harbour Island is most renowned for its beautiful Pink Sand Beach, located along its eastern Atlantic Ocean side. Considered one of the very best beaches in The Islands of The Bahamas, it was featured in The Travel Channel’s World’s Best Beaches segment in March 2005 and named ‘Best Sand Beach’. Pink Sand Beach is a 3-mile stretch of pale pink sand and gentle seas. The almost indescribable pale pink color of the sand comes from microscopic coral insects, known as Foraminifera, which have a bright pink or red shell. A coral reef provides a sort of break-wall for the beach, and the water is warm year-round, making it perfect for swimming.
5. Spiaggia Rose, Italy
Spiaggia Rosa is one of the few places in the world to have pink sand. As a result, it’s one of the most magical and paradisiacal spots on the Italian Mediterranean. The brilliant