We always think that the beaches have an intimate association with sand. But this is not the same always, as the Panjin Red Beach of China has no sands at all. The beach is located in the largest wetland and reed mash and is the home of many birds and animal species.
Its incredible red color is due to a sea weed called Sueda that grows from April to May; stays green in summer and turns red in the autumn. Scroll down the page to have a look at the amazingly beautiful photos of the beach. via boredpanda