By Shannon Lane @shannonroselane

FALLING from a 600-foot cliff above a beach could be the best way to experience paradise

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Surrounded by 600-foot cliffs, the beach is incredibly remote

Tucked away on the coast of Zakynthos, Greece, is Navagio Beach, also known as Shipwreck Beach, a popular destination for adrenaline junkies.

The beach is known for its abandoned shipwreck

Known for its shipwreck, white sand, and crystal clear waters, the beach is only accessed by boat due to it being surrounded by 600 foot limestone cliffs.

The steep cliffs aren't for the faint of heart

On these cliffs French photographer, Fred Marie, captured thrill seekers falling for fun, luckily safely attached by a rope.

Daredevils launch themselves off the limestone cliffs

He said: "There is no risk if the installation is safe, and it's always the case, so anybody can jump here."

The beach is the vision of paradise with white sand and blue sea

Taken in October 2015, the willing participants are safely attached to the top of the cliff with numerous ropes and a harness.

Many safety ropes ensure the jumpers come to no harm

The daredevils then leap off a platform, and receive the best views of the beach as it comes rushing toward them.

A special platform has been created for thrill-seekers

The location and steep cliffs are also popular with wingsuit flying and parachute jumps; and some even dress up in costume for the experience.

The fall is the best way to experience the beach