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2 years ago
There is almost no person who does not like to enjoy the beaches, sunbathing and swimming ...
Staying at sea works wonders for our physical and mental health. All of us who love the sea feel these blessings and that is why we keep coming back to it. But why do I personally love the sea? Because for me, being at sea is a real relaxation and enjoyment.
For me, the sea is an escape from everyday life, monotony, routine, but more than that because the sea has some magical power to cheer us up, make us happy, bring into our lives a little romance, hope, anticipation of something beautiful, new, exciting and unique.
Today I will show you a beautiful beach, a beach of shells
Shellfish beaches are beaches that are covered with various types of shells. Most beaches consist primarily of rock particles such as sand and gravel, but in rare cases the beach can be formed entirely of sea shells, broken and whole. The most famous examples of such beaches are: Shell Beach in Western Australia, and Sanibel Island Beach in Florida, USA.
You walked on sandy, pebble beaches, rocky, but these are completely different. Collecting shells while walking along the seashore on several beaches in the world has a completely different meaning and charm. It is common for the water to reach a few shells on the shore, but some beaches are made entirely of these shells of sea mollusks.
The beach of shells, which is located in Western Australia, stretches for over 120 kilometers, and its snow-white color is due to the millions of small shells that made the embankment 10 meters deep.
In the height of the season, between 20 and 30 thousand tourists visit for a week, eager to take a walk with colorful shells.
The layer of shells on this beach is as deep as 10 meters, and millions of shells were once used as material for the construction of the surrounding facilities - before the beach became part of the UNESCO World Heritage, carefully protected from any damage.
The entire bay is a popular tourist destination, and the crystal clear sea and unusual milky white beach of shells are often the hosts for various ceremonial ceremonies, the most common of which are weddings.
Would you like to spend a vacation on this beautiful beach? I would love to