There is nothing more enjoyable than enjoying the warm and calm shores of a beach during a vacation by the shores. It may sound insane, but it is true that the sea offers many small and big things by its shores that develop great curiosity among the human being. The rise in levels of water pollution is one of the factors that hinder the process as some of the sea shores across the world are filled with man-made wastes like plastics and cans.
However, there are many things that you can look for while you are beachcombing, some of which include shark egg cases, bones, seaweed, shells, corals and lots more. Here are some of the best beaches in Britain that are perfect for beachcombing:
Herne Bay, Kent
The muddy conditions in this beach, creates an ideal condition that is good for fossils. Some of the previous findings include shark teeth fossils.
The Jurassic Coast, Dorset
This coast stretches for about 95-miles along the English Channel and it is also among one of the World Heritage Sites, it is known to be covered with fossils.
The Amber Coast, Suffolk
The fossils from this coast are almost similar to the mosquito fossil shown in the movie Jurassic Park. It stretches between Felixstowe and Southwold.
Cardigan Bay, Wales
The Beaches located near the villages of Ynyslas and Borth are already archaeologically important sites. The beach also carries the historic tale of the buried forest of Broth for more than4500 years.
Tower Beach, London
This lucrative stretch of beach is opened once a year for Public by the City of London Archaeological society, you can find bones, and coins wielded pots and many more things.
Beachcombing provides a perfect opportunity to explore the nearby beaches. It is an activity loved by both adults and children.