So if they are hidden, why are we looking for them again?
don’t we just love adventure and to enjoy the most beautiful natural things in the world that mother nature is giving us? Yes we do.
who doesn’t like a little bit of privacy and romance in one atmosphere? well i don’t know about you all but i do.
in no particular order let the countdown begins and a big thank you to those photographers, travel bloggers, trip advisor and Wikipedia for making these info and pictures available.
NAVAGIO BEACH IN GREECE
Navagio Beach or Shipwreck Beach, is an exposed cove, sometimes referred to as “Smugglers Cove”, on the coast of Zakynthos, in the Ionian Islands of Greece.
The superb beaches of Zakynthos (Zante) Greece, part of the Ionian islands, are famous for their virgin beauty and the emerald waters. The most famous beach on the island is the wonderful Navagio (Shipwreck) beach, a secluded cove with white sand and turquoise waters.
BENAGIL SEA CAVE IN PORTUGAL
Benagil Cave is a real gem of the whole Algarve coast. It is located 150 meters to the east of the small beach of Benagil on the village of Benagil. the most famous is huge, airy and lit by an ever-changing palette of colours that come from the sky, the ocean, the sun and the rocks.
The Benagil Sea Cave, as it’s most commonly known, is just east of the small town of Benagil on the Algarve. With its own ‘indoor’ beach, two sea-facing holes and a further circular skylight eroded through its ceiling, Benagil can only be reached from the water.
PLAYA DE AMOR IN MEXICO
Playa del Amor, more commonly known as the Hidden Beach, is a feature of one of the Marieta Islands, located west of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, at the mouth of Banderas Bay. It looks like something out of a fantasy novel: a wide, sandy cavern with the blue waters of the Pacific rushing in.
It is rumored that the hole that created the Hidden Beach was a result of deliberate bombings. The Marieta Islands have always been completely uninhabited, making them ideal sites for military testing by the Mexican government.
Papakōlea Green Sand Beach, Hawaii
Papakōlea Beach is a green sand beach located near South Point, in the Kaʻū district of the island of Hawaiʻi.
The green sand on this beach in Hawaii is caused by the mineral olivine, which is formed by lava as it cools in the sea. Olivine is a common mineral component of Hawaiian volcanics and one of the first crystals to form as magma cools.
The Beach of the Cathedrals, Ribadeo, Spain
As Catedrais beach translates as ‘Beach of the Cathedrals‘. It is the turistic name of Praia de … The Spanish beach is located in the Ribadeo municipality, in the province of Lugo (Galicia), on the Cantabric coast, and it lies about ten kilometres to the west from the town of Ribadeo. Its name is derived from the formations of its cliffs.
The place’s more characteristic features are its natural arches and caves, which can be seen only in low tide. During high tide, the beach appears quite small, but is still suitable to go for a swim. High tide is an interesting time to visit the place and wander over the top of the cliffs, from West to East, heading to the Esteiro Beach. During low tide you can appreciate the size of its magnificent cliffs and the picturesque sea caves, which go from small cracks on the rock to big caves whose roofs collapse due to the erosion of the waves.
so my lovelies, stay tuned to the part two tonight…