Looking for some new trip ideas? Have you ever considered visiting a black sand beach?
There are many beautiful beaches with pure black sand that are located all over the world. When you see them in person the seaside looks like magic! These dream beaches allow for the perfect aesthetic for any beach vacay. The sands of these beaches and Islands range from appearing to as volcanic ash to dark pebbles sprinkled along the shore allowing for unique beach photography for a wedding or sand art.
Although each of these beaches are very different from the typical white and tan sand beaches, they carry individual beauty in their own ways. The contrast of dark sand with blue waves brings about a completely new perspective of the beach sunsets. It also makes for a beautiful beach photo. Spending the day on a black sand beach will bring an entirely new relaxing vibe you haven’t experienced before.
For your next vacation make sure to include these beaches to visit. Make a dream trip to an original but not so tropical black sand beach. Don’t for get to take plenty of pictures on your trip since most people have yet to see one of these colored beaches in person for themselves. These scenes create amazing photography for you to bring home with you from your trip. Below are the 8 black sand amazing beaches from all over the world you’ve never seen before:
1.VIK BEACH – VIK, ICELAND
2. PLAYA JORDIN TENERIFE, CANARY ISLAND
3. BLACK SAND BEACH MAUI, HAWAII
4. LOVINA BEACH LOVINA BEACH, BALI
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5. BLACK SANDS BEACH SHELTER COVE, CALIFORNIA
6. PLAYA NEGRA VIEQUES, PUERTO RICO
7. PERISSA BEACH SANTORINI, GREECE
8. STOKKSNES BEACH STOKKSNES, ICELAND
With love from the pacific,
Vik Beach Vik, Iceland: Flickr
PLAYA JORDIN TENERIFE, CANARY ISLAND: Flickr
BLACK SAND BEACH MAUI, HAWAII: Flickr
LOVINA BEACH LOVINA BEACH, BALI: Flickr
BLACK SANDS BEACH SHELTER COVE, CALIFORNIA: Flickr
PLAYA NEGRA VIEQUES, PUERTO RICO: Flickr
PERISSA BEACH SANTORINI, GREECE: Flickr
STOKKSNES BEACH STOKKSNES, ICELAND: Flickr