WHITE – The famous Hyams Beach in Australia owes its snow white color to lots of tiny coral fragments.
BLACK – In the Waianapanapa State Park, in the wonderful Maui Island, Hawaii, there is a small but particular Honokalani Black Sand Beach, made of black sand due to a flow dating back to thousand years ago.
BLUE – Vaadhoo beach is located in the namesake island, in the north archipelago of Maldievs. The famous “bright waves” are caused by the bioluminescence phenomenon where small organisms emanate this amazing blue light.
MULTICOLOR – Named “the dump” at the beginning of the XX century, this beach was, in fact, just a dump. Following an awkward and difficult reclamation, Mother Nature regained her places and with the patient sea-force all the glass rubbles on the beach has been smoothed. The beach is now called Glass Beach.
GREEN – Known as Mahana Beach or Papakōlea Beach this beach has a particular green color due to the presence of the olivine mineral in the volcanic cone.
ORANGE – In the Kefalonia island there is a wonderful orange beach, Xi beach, that takes its name by the Greek alphabeth letter having the same shape.
PINK – One of the most famous beaches of Bermuda Island, the Horseshoe Bay Beach, is colored by a particular pink color thanks to small corals and shells fragments.
PURPLE – Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, has a purple color because of garnet.
RED – In the Akrotiri area in Santorini, this intense red color is because of the behind lava cliff.
GREY- Camogli beach in Liguria is a long expanse of grey pebbles.