Hawaii’s Hidden Beaches

May 7, 2014

Hidden Beaches Kapaa Hawaii

The 10,000-resident town of Kapaa, Hawaii might not be the height of all that is urban, but it definitely is home to the naturally awesome. Like, you know, this hidden beach.

A Gorgeous Underground Beach In Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

April 23, 2014

Underground Beach Puerto Vallarta

Hidden just off the coast of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico are the Marieta Islands. Years of volcanic activity and government military testing resulted in the islands’ concave appearance, and a water tunnel leads visitors to its tucked away beach.

Daytona Beach In 1904 And 1957

April 5, 2014

Daytona Beach 1904

Daytona Beach 1957

Daytona Beach’s hard packed sand has makes it an ideal location for cars–and as these photos reveal–buggies.

Spain’s Cathedral Beach

August 12, 2013

Cathedral Beach Spain

Beyond their size, these arches (located on the Cantabric coast) are so sublime because they can only be seen when the tide is low.

Rio De Janeiro At Night

July 18, 2013

Beach Of Rio De Janeiro At Night

In spite of the protests sweeping through the soon-to-be Olympics host city, the beach town with a population of 6.3 million people still appears incredibly pristine at night.

Glass Beach’s Bejeweled Shores

July 12, 2013
Glass Beach Looking Out

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Beaches usually conjure up images of roiling waves, vast expanses of sand, and an occasional seagull squawking as it combs the shoreline. Yet traipse over to Glass Beach, one of three beaches in Fort Bragg, California, and that image changes. Here, colorful beds of sea glass blanket the ground, its small, smooth “pebbles” bright as gemstones.

Glass Beach Underwater

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