A beach made of years of drop litter appears like a region however, at Glass beach, on the Mendocino coast in California, the result’s quite stunning.
From 1906 to 1967, glass, appliances and even vehicles were chucked into the ocean. A clean-up programme removed all the metal and non-biodegradable waste, and also the waves ruined down the glass and pottery, that washed up as jewel-like, clear stones. Nowadays, the beach is a component of MacKerricher state park, and tourists area unit verboten for removing the sea-glass baubles.
From route one, flip west on Elm Street (Denny’s is on the corner) and drive some blocks to Glass Beach Drive. You can park at the intersection and walk all the way down to the beach.