The 75 Most Epic Places to Know (Part 3)

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Tamolitch Blue Pool, Oregon, United States

There is a wonderfully uncommon outdoor locale in the state of Oregon that has been christened the Tamolitch Blue Pool.

This natural lagoon was created by the McKenzie River when it was once a waterfall.

At some point, the river changed its course and went underground. As a result, the falls it once helped create run completely dry for a good portion of the year.

Surrounded with high green forest and nine meters (30 feet) of clear topaz blue river water makes this unusual waterfall lagoon a perfect getaway destination.

The dried waterfall also offers those brave enough to make the attempt an opportunity to make a heart-pumping leap into the lagoon below.

Callosa d’en Sarrià, Spain

Callosa d’En Sarrià is a vivid Valencian town with abundant beauty and endless charm.

It is situated in a rich and flourishing nature-packed region thanks to the life-giving Algar river that runs through it.

This river is also known as the “river of health” so it’s no wonder it attracts visitors from all over the world who often come to enjoy swimming near its magnificent waterfalls, commonly called the “Fountains of Algar.”

In addition to that, stunning sierras surround not just the river but the whole region, transforming this little town and its surrounding countryside into one of the most exciting destinations in Spain.