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Fuerteventura, the second largest of Spain’s Canary Islands is mostly known for its white sandy beaches, but few people know that this island also hosts one of the world’s most stunning attractions, a beach that has popcorn for sand.
Photo: Fuerteventura Beach
There are plenty of tourist spots named after things they resemble, even if just vaguely, but that’s not the case of Popcorn Beach. This amazing place genuinely looks like it’s covered with million of white, puffy popcorn, but don’t go putting them in your mouth, as they are actually stony pieces of coral shaped like popcorn by the elements.
Photo: Popcorn Beach
Located at the end of a dirt track north west of Corralejo, Popcorn Beach isn’t really known as one of Fuerteventura’s must-visit places for swimming and sunbathing – stone popcorn isn’t as comfortable as sand – but no one can deny that it’s a must-see. Popcorn Beach has been around for as long as locals can remember, but its popularity has surged in recent years thanks to a thing called Instagram, you may have heard of it.