Cathedral Cove Beach, Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand. The marine reserve attracts many tourists once in New Zealand. It is hard to capture the actual beauty of the beach in a picture, the photographers say.
When volcanic rock and large iron deposits collide with the eroding powers of the ocean, red sand beaches are born. There are three major red sand beaches in the world: Kokkini Beach in Greece, Kaihalulu Beach in Hawaii, and one in the Galapagos.