Some of the most colourful beaches around the world have been revealed as the beautiful pictures are captured by lastminute.com.
The holiday provider has rounded up some of the most unusual holiday destinations that boast a symphony of colours.
From glittering waters to violet sunset, where are the more colourful beaches found in the world?
Pink Beach, Harbour Island, Bahamas
The distinctive pink sands of Pink Beach make it one of the most unique and picturesque locations in the world.
Found on the Eastern side of the island, the colour is created from the microscopic coral insects which have a light pink shell.
Mudhoo, Vaadhoo and Rangali, Maldives
Often seen as one of the most beautiful destinations in the world and frequented by honeymooners, the Maldives is home to a beautiful natural event.
A chemical reaction between phytoplankton in the water and the sea means the water appears to glitter as they glow a deep blue.
Visiting the shores after sunset guarantees a look at the mystical sight.
Puerto Naos, La Palma, Spain
Forget white sandy beaches and head to Spain for a jet black sand beach.
Found on the Canary Islands, the 600-metre beach features the dark sands thanks to the volcanic origin of the island.
Punaluu Black Sand Beach, Hawaii, USA
Nestled amongst volcanos, the bright red sand of Punaluu Black Sand Beach makes for a different beach experience.
The surreal blue sea contrasts against the red rock cliffs, which supplies the beach with the rich coloured sands.
Pfeiffer Beach, California, USA
It isn’t just multicoloured sands to make some of the destinations some of the most colourful.
A sunset at Pfeiffer Beach in California lights up the skies in rich violets and pinks which bounce off the crystals and appear to light up.
Even better, the beach has an element of privacy due to not being signposted on Highway 1, making it an untouched secret.
Whitehaven Beach, Australia
Made of up 99 per cent quartz, the white sand is found next to the green hills and clear blue waters of the Great Barrier Reef.
Shell Beach, Australia
Another beautiful beach found in Australia is home to one of only two shell beaches in the world.
Found in the UNESCO World Heritage Shark Bay, the small shells reflect the sun and appear to shine bright white.
Ramla Bay, Malta
Despite other beaches showing off white, black, pink and white sand, Ramla Bay in Malta has another colour of its own with its deep gold sand.