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    World's Most Colorful Beaches

    By By Laura Ratliff
    August 06, 2013, 4:24:07 AM EDT

    Sure, white sand and crystalline waters are great, but beaches can come in all shades of the rainbow. We've added these 12 waterfronts to our travel bucket lists...

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    Black Sands Beach Shelter Cove, California

    Shelter Cove's aptly named beach is the longest stretch of undeveloped beach in the continental U.S., making it a popular destination for surfers seeking solitude.


    Rainbow Beach Fraser Island, Australia

    Cliff erosion has exposed more than 70 different colors of sand along Rainbow Beach, created by combination of iron oxides and leached vegetable dyes.


    Red Beach Santorini, Greece

    Santorini's stunning Red Beach is made even more picturesque by its backdrop of soaring red lava cliffs.

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