4 – Red Sand Beaches
Red sand beaches are formed due to the collision of volcanic rock, large iron deposits and the eroding waves of the ocean. There are triple major red sand beaches in the world namely the Kokkini Beach in Greece, the Kaihalulu Beach in Hawaii and the Rabida Island in Galapagos.
5 – Orange Sand Beaches
Orange sand beaches are very rare. Just like the red sand beaches, the orange sand is formed because of a high iron content, but it lacks the volcanic rock needed to create a reddish hue. One of the most known orange sand beaches can be found at the coastline of Ramla Bay Islands.
6 – Glass Beaches
Originally a dumpsite, the incredible beach in Fort Bragg, California was restored in the 60’s by the environmental clean-up program that was set up to clean debris.