Half Water Destinations
As you recall. We once wrote about Top 5 Underwater Restaurants, 5 Best Underground Attractions, Top 5 Rooftop Bars or Restaurants Located in Places You Would Never Imagine. Either on top or at the bottom, those destinations mentioned are naturally wonderful. Today, have you thought of a half water destination? Not yet? Then you definitely should see the Half Water Destinations!
DANISH COAST’S INFINITE BRIDGE
In 2015, the sea festival in Aarhus, Denmark. Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter, a sculpture by Danish architect studio have added an infinity bridge to a picturesque coastal landscape over the Danish coast.
The infinite bridge has a diameter of 60 meters and is positioned half on the beach and half in the sea. It consists of 60 identical wooden elements placed on steel pillars housed about two meters into the sea floor.The deck of the bridge rises between one and two meters above the water surface depending on the tide. The curvature of the bridge follows the contours of the landscape as it sits at the mouth of a small river valley extending into the forest from the beach.
In addition to unfolding the seaside panorama, The Infinite Bridge establishes a connection between the present and the history of the specific site, as it reconnects the beach to a long forgotten viewpoint at sea.
The sun-soaked island is perfect for any time of year. You can walk hand in hand on the soft white sand and splash around on the shore while feeling the tropical warm Indian Ocean between your toes, maybe get a little adventurous and going scuba diving to witness all the beauty the ocean has to offer.
And if you are wondering if topless sunbathing is allowed in Maldives, please be reminded that Maldives is a Muslim country, so there are various restrictions imposed on clothing.
GRÜNER SEE SUNK PARK
But if you look more carefully you will see a tree, a bridge and even a park bench. In fact these incredible images show a diver traversing an Austrian lake that floods every year, covering everything in the surrounding area. This is an underwater park created every year when snow melts from surrounding mountains. Amazing!
Set among the snowy Karst mountains, the Green Lake in Tragoess, Austria is normally only one meter deep.
For most of the year, visitors to the beauty spot can leisurely stroll around the picturesque lagoon, enjoying the stunning landscape from one of the benches set near the water’s edge.
Pro Tip: If you’re planning to visit these Half Water Destinations, make sure to do your research first; also try looking to book your flights using online travel agencies as they tend to, on average, reduce airfare costs by about 43%, a few good ones being Flighthub.com, Travelocity.com, JustFly.com or Expedia.com.