Southern Beaches For Avid Sheller

Pawley's Island, South Carolina

he beautiful, undeveloped beaches of Pawleys Island are an idyllic spot to hunt for jingle shells, lettered olive, or perfectly striped banded tulip shells.

Cumberland Island, Georgia

Georgia's largest barrier island is one of the best places to rent bikes, walk the beach, and find sand dollars.

Ocracoke Island, North Carolina

Just a ferry ride from Hatteras sits the wild expanse of Ocracoke Island, a shell-seekers paradise where you'll find giant cowries.

Dauphin Island, Alabama

Bird lovers have long known about the delights of Dauphin Island, since it is a designated bird sanctuary.

Creole Nature Trail, Louisiana

The secluded beaches of the Creole Nature Trail are a fantastic spot to find natural treasures.

Padre Island National Seashore, Corpus Christi

In Texas, the Padre Island National Seashore stretches for 70 miles along the Gulf Coast.

Shell Island, Near Panama City Beach, Florida

The pickings have to be good to earn a name like Shell Island. And this beach, which is part of St. Andrews State Park, does not disappoint.

Sanibel Island, Florida

It's nearly impossible to walk on Sanibel Island's beaches without stepping on a shell.

The Ten Thousand Islands, Florida

The Ten Thousand Islands are a group of mangrove islands off the Florida coast, just south of Marco Island.

Tigertail Beach, Marco Island, Florida

Marco Island is a shell-hunter's paradise, but Tigertail Beach is the most well-known spot.

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