Inside California's Pfeiffer Beach, only beach with purple sand
By True Scoop

Pfeiffer Beach is found on the Californian coastline the Big Sur.

Pfeiffer Beach draws visitors from all over the world due to its bizarre colouring.

The reason for Pfeiffer Beach's purple colour is still a bit of a geological mystery.

It's believed to come from manganese garnet particles washed down from the hills and cliffs that surround the shoreline.

Pfeiffer Beach is a must-visit spot for those exploring the breathtaking California coastline.

However, it isn't just famous for its purple sands.

It also offers a secluded and relaxing experience that's hard to find on more touristy beaches in California.

It's particular popular among photographers and selfie-lovers when the sun sets, as the light filters through the hole.

The closest international airport to Pfeiffer Beach is San Francisco International Airport (SFO).

You can travel to Big Sur on a domestic flight to Monterey Regional Airport (MRY), which is around 37 miles from Pfeiffer Beach

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