There are some pretty amazing beaches out there, but this one in Western Australia might take the cake. Located in the Shark Bay region of the country, Shell Beach is covered in, well, shells — for a stretch of 37 miles.
The types of shells are mostly of the cockle species (better known as saltwater clams) and they are able to pile up on the beach because the seawater has a really high salinity. This high salinity isn't well-suited for any predators that would normally keep the shells from washing up undamaged. Pretty cool, huh?
This looks like the ultimate vacation spot. Take a look at all of the incredible photos of this beautiful beach! Who's ready to book a flight?