Pink Sands Beach, Harbour Island, Bahamas: three miles of pink sand that stretches along the island’s east coast. The red shells of foraminifera—single-celled marine animals—mix with the island’s white sand, thus creating the soft rosy hue.
“Harbour Island is just miles long and miles wide, but this tiny slice of the Bahamas has one of the Caribbean’s prettiest beaches: three miles of pink sand that stretches along the island’s east coast.
Maldives, my DREAM vacation spot AND SOON because apparently it's disappearing into the ocean as a result of global warming/climate change. Get your tickets before the Maldives are swallowed by the Indian Ocean!
Wanna go there! Pink sand on Ellafonisi Beach, Crete, Greece. Pink sand is formed of tiny red organisms that grow on dead coral reefs and pieces of shells which fall to the ocean floor and are washed onto shore. Photo credit: Jan-Erik Larsson found on
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