04. Shell Beach
The Shell Beach is located in Australia. It is a great way to spend some leisure time searching for seashells. On this beach, you can find something other than normal seashells. A 70 kilometers stretch of the coast is covered in a layer of cockle shells up to 10 meters depth. The tide will eventually break them down into fine, sandy particles, but for the moment, the shells remain intact. This beach has been declared as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This area is also rich in hypersaline water. The extra salt makes it easy for you to float on it.