The Chronicle

Coast pro­to­col

We can’t wait un­til we can lie on a beach again. NIGEL THOMP­SON and CHRISTINA PULLAM seek out some shore things

- Recreation · Good News

BEACHES are good for the soul... happy places with a breeze waft­ing in fresh salty air, the feel of sand or shin­gle un­der your feet, the sound of waves hiss­ing on to the shore.

Bri­tish beaches of­ten mean deckchairs, candy floss and kids play­ing, or an in­vig­o­rat­ing winter walk to work up an ap­petite for a hearty pub lunch.

And we day­dream about those idyl­lic far-flung trop­i­cal coasts, snooz­ing un­der sway­ing palm trees by the warm, azure sea. But th­ese un­usual beaches are a world away from all that.

Here is our pick of the planet’s strangest shores...

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