Breakwater sinking the beauty of Unawatuna beach

Saturday, 18 April 2015 - 17:54

The Unawatuna Beach of Sri Lanka, named the World’s Best Beach in 2004, is rapidly disappearing today. The once unspoiled crescent of sand that swept along a palm-lined shore with turquoise waters, is now covered with sharp rocks.

To prevent the erosion that is currently taking place, large rocks have been piled along the shore, and this has become an annoyance for tourists. The plea of the locals of Unawatuna is that the Breakwater be destroyed.

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