Black Sand Beaches Montserrat

Montserrat Island’s Beautiful Black Sand Beaches

Having the temperamental and destructive Soufriere Hills Volcano to thank for Montserrat island’s distinctive black sand beaches (actually made of teeny-tiny pieces of lava) only makes them that much more beautiful, wouldn’t you say?

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