The magic of the coast that have the ability to capture the souls of men.
These coast possess a mystical ability to capture the souls of men.
On these shores want to build a small house and in the evenings to admire the raging waves. I want to stay and never leave this place, but just your whole life to spend there.
Causeway Coastal Route Northern Ireland
Thousands of hexagonal basalt columns are considered to be bridge trolls that have passed here from the wrath of Odin and the other gods. In fact, these bizarre rock formations is the result of a volcanic eruption.
South island, New Zealand
All this natural beauty was shown to Peter Jackson’s trilogy “the Lord of the rings”, so much so that even the local wonder — what happened to Gandalf, dwarves and orcs?
The journey South along the famous highway RN-3 takes you past colonies of penguins and picturesque settlements. The road goes down to Tierra del Fuego, which is itself worthy of a separate adventure.
Cape Point, South Africa
This trip will suit the most intrepid tourists: the South-Western tip of Cape point is famous for hurricane-force winds and huge waves that are ready to wash off in the ocean unwary traveler. Local lighthouse is officially the strongest in the world.
Big Sur, CA
Big Sur looks best from the car window: a long descent on one of the rocky coasts of California, overlooking the Pacific ocean, and is able to impress the most seasoned traveler.
Halong Bay, Vietnam
Emerald pool, located in the North-Eastern coast of Vietnam, has acquired a huge number of legends. Local residents believe that the Bay was created by a dying dragon’s tail broke the surrounding rock.
Why do we need to travel the world, when you can just go to Iceland? Dramatically beautiful snæfellsnes Peninsula has all kinds of beauty — from the black pebble beaches and rocky cliffs, to the vast glacier.
12 apostles, Australia
Great Ocean Road received the unofficial title of the “12 apostles” due to the high limestone stacks that weigh on the entire coast. The view from here is simply stunning.
The uninhabited island of Staffa from the late eighteenth century, but there is still something to look at. The most impressive will certainly be the trip to the cave of Fingal, where the hexagonal basalt columns are a continuation of the famous Troll Road.
Lofoten Islands, Norway
The archipelago consists of six large and a hundred small Islands, precious stones shimmering under the flashes of the Northern lights. The Lofoten Islands have become a Muse to many artists — is painfully transparent, blue waters flowing along the rocky shores, worthy to remain in eternity.
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