Zumaia at the Basque coast, northern Spain, is located at a geological interesting site. The coastal strip Deba--Zumaia is declared as protected biotope. It is a geoparc because of the gelogical formation called flysch.
Biscaya Bay with the long sandy coast Aitzuri, next to Zumaia. As you can see, the terrain is very hilly here by the coast in northern Spain.
Lovely beach at Fakarava in the Tuamotu Archipelago in Polynesia, Pacific Ocean. Photo by Julien Huc
The Emerald Lakes fill explosion craters near the summit of Mt Tongariro, New Zealand. Their brilliant colours are partly caused by dissolved minerals, washed down from the thermal area of nearby Red Crater.
A view over hillsides down to the shore, Socotra Island, Yemen.