Risin og Kellingin, Eysturoy island, Faroe Islands: Risin og Kellingin, meaning Giant and the Witch, are two sea stacks off the coast of Eysturoy island.
Old Man of Hoy, Hoy island, Scotland: A 137 m (449 ft) sea stack on the island of Hoy, north of Scotland.
Ball’s Pyramid, near Lord Howe Island, Australia: Ball’s Pyramid is the tallest volcanic stack in the world, at a whooping 562 meters (1,844 ft)! .
Koh Poda Rock, Krabi, Thailand: Another beautiful islet in Thailand – the small island (or huge rock) is located off the Koh Poda island in Krabi Province.
The Twelve Apostles, Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia: The Twelve Apostles is a collection of limestone stacks off the shore of the Port Campbell National Park.
Sea stack at Torre Sant’Andrea, Torre Sant’Andrea, Italy: These beautiful sea stacks in south-east Italy create beautiful coves
Sail Rock, The Black Sea, Russia: Sail Rock, also known as Parus Rock is a huge sandstone monolith on the shore of the Black Sea.
Hvítserkur, Vatnsnes peninsula, Iceland: A 15 m (49 ft) high stack off the shore of the Vatnsnes peninsula, northwest Iceland.