Underwater sites that are too magical to be real

As cold weather looms, you might be thinking of escaping to somewhere warm.

While the Bahamas and the Caribbean beaches are nice, check out some of the more spectacular travel destinations that are right under the water.

SEE ALSO: This massive underwater hole in the Bahamas is believed to have been 'dug by the devil'

Museo Subacuático De Arte, México
This underwater museum was created in 2010 to fight coral reef destruction because of climate change. It is known as one of largest underwater art attractions in the world.

Dos Ojos, México
Scuba divers flock to this underwater cave. It was created over 6,500 years ago and has over 300 miles of connected passageways.

Christ of the Abyss, Italy
The original bronze statue was submerged in the Mediterranean Sea in 1954. Now, there's many replicas out there, including the one in Key Largo, Florida.

Azure Window, Malta
The limestone arch is one of the most popular destinations for cliff divers. It was created after two sea caves collapsed.

The Manta Underwater Room Resort, Tanzania
The bedroom offers 360 degree views of underwater life. So you can stay dry while enjoying the sights of underwater life.

Still can't get enough about the world under the sea? Check out this amazing underwater Airbnb:

Underwater Airbnb
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Underwater Airbnb
Photo credit: Airbnb
Photo credit: Airbnb
Photo credit: Airbnb
Photo credit: Airbnb
Photo credit: Airbnb

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