Vik Beach is the world’s most wonderful dark sand beach. It lies in Iceland, straightforwardly in the way that prompts the Katla Volcano in Iceland. This wonderful dark sand beach is under the Reynisfjall Mountain with astounding basalt sections. Around the bend is an enormous hole like indent in the sections. Truth be told, it lies specifically under the Mýdalsjökull ice sheet which is set on the spring of gushing lava. In such conditions, the ever changing lacy patterns of white surf against the black volcanic sand are fascinating. But as this beach is near to Katla volcano so it is not safe all time as an ejection of Katla could liquefy enough ice to trigger a colossal glimmer surge, possibly sufficiently huge to pulverize the whole town. The town’s church, found high on a slope, is accepted to be the main building that would survive such a surge. In 1991, the US diary Islands Magazine considered this beautiful beach as one of the ten loveliest beaches on Earth. Its stretch of dark basalt sand is one of the wettest spots in Iceland. The shade of the sand was likely made by hot magma streaming into the cold sea, making it part into little pieces. This beautiful beach is the home to numerous seabirds, most quite comedian charged puffins which tunnel into the shallow soils amid the settling season. Shaped by hot magma streaming into the ocean, it is set in the premonition climate of Iceland, with wild and icy winds. The dark basalt entrances, and ocean stacks called Reynisfjall, add an air of secret to it. This is the blackest sand you will ever see, just shocking. The waves are unimaginable, alarming and remarkable. Join the bluffs, the stone developments, the gigantic dark sand shoreline and the waves and there is no spot on earth such as it. Travelers will not be surprised to discover a monument to the memory of drowned seamen on the beach.
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