Pink Sand Beach, Isla Harbour, Bahamas. Gut, pink sind die deutschen Strände nicht, aber sie haben tollen weißen Sand! Und näher sind sie allemal: http://www.gofeminin.de/reise/deutschlands-schonste-strande-s1461910.html
Elafonisi beach in Crete is maybe one of the so called ‘untouched’ or ‘virgin’ beaches that Greece is so proud of. This beach is very pretty and has colours that are very soft; pearl white, powder pink!
Pink Sand Beach (3 miles long), Harbour Island, The Bahamas. Red shelled marine organisms, Foraminifera, grow under the abundance of coral reefs and when they die (when fish knock them loose to feed on them) or they are washed up by the waves, the pink shell then mixes with the sand, causing the pink color.
We know, you’re so over hitting up the same beach, with the same view, surrounded by the same rowdy crowd. Like most Miami-dwellers, we'll never tire of our world-renowned waters, but we're always on the hunt for a hidden gem (where finding parking isn't akin to hunting for the Holy Grail). Miami
Bermuda - If winter has got you down, then perhaps a bright pink sand beach is just the thing you need to cheer you up. Go with the pink theme and lounge around the Princess Bermuda hotel, whose pink exterior is as iconic as the pink beaches themselves.