Places That Disappear Under Water At High Tide

Yes, sometimes nature likes playing hide and seek too! These places actually disappear under water whenever there is a high tide.

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Can we think of living in a place that is just surrounded by water from all sides, sounds beautiful, right? There are many places out there where this dream can come true. But, what happens if the entire beach or place disappears during the high tides?

There are places on earth, which actually disappear during the high tides, and this is something that has been going on since years!!

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All thanks to the climatic changes that have been happening around us, the possibilities of high tides is more common and the places that have been discussed in the article might soon vanish due to the overexposure of tides that have been happening around these areas.

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So, check out some of these interesting places that will leave you astounded, as they actually do exist and do even disappear under water when a high tide hits these!

A Road In France

This road in France disappears twice in a day. This road, known as "Passage du Gois", connects Gulf of Burnёf with the island of Noirmoutier. When the high tide rises, the 2.58-mile long road disappears 13 ft under water! People use the road 2 times in a day.

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The Shivling

This Shivling is visible only during low tides. It is located in Kavi Kamboi, Gujarat, India. This temple is known as "Stambheshwar Mahadev Temple", and it is located very close to the sea. People only worship this Shivling when it rises above during a low tide.

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The Island Castle

This castle is in Mont Saint-Michel, France. It is located about one kilometre (0.6 miles) off the country's northwestern coast. This castle is only accessible during low tide.

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The Sea-Parting Festival

Thousands of people flock to the southern tip of the Korean Peninsula every year for the Jindo Sea-Parting Festival. There is a natural phenomenon in which the Jindo Sea and the northern part of the East China Sea open up and reveal a pathway connecting South Korea's Jindo Island to the nearby island of Modo.

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The Airport On Barra

A 23-square mile island named Barra is on the western coasts of Scotland. The airport present on this island has 3 marked runways. What makes this place interesting is that the runway gets submerged during high tides.

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The Dream-like White Sandbar

This dream-like white sandbar disappears during a high tide. This is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Negros Oriental. When there is a high tide, people enjoy the crystal blue ocean water and during low tides, tourists enjoy the white sand!

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The Romantic Path In Japan

This romantic path appears during a low tide and brings luck to couples. This place is known as the "Angel Road". It is located in Shodoshima, Kagawa. The path is approximately 500 meters long and couples walk here holding hands, hence it is named as the romantic path!

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