Believe it or not, Georgia's coast is covered in some seriously beautiful beaches. While some may be more touristy than others, it doesn't take away from your tropical experience. Some of these spots are great places to go seashell hunting in Georgia and whatever you find, you get to keep and add to your growing collection.\nWhile the beaches might not be as pristine and white as those in Florida, almost nothing beats sinking your toes into the sand. A beach is a beach after all, and the ones in The Peach State are filled with unique shells and treasures.\nThe best time to go hunting for shells is right when the tide is low. All the shells and sea glass will be exposed and it'll be easier for you to find additions for your collection.\nEditor's Choice: This 7-Acre Psychedelic Paradise In Georgia Is One Of The State's Best Kept Secrets\nThese seven spots in Georgia are going to be your best bet when on the hunt for shark's teeth, sand dollars, and one-of-a-kind seashells.\nCumberland Island \nPrice: $10 admission for a full weeks access, $30 round trip ferry fee\nAddress: 113 St. Marys St., St. Marys, GA to board the ferry\nWhy You Need To Go: While this island is filled with ancient ruins and wild horses, the untouched beach is filled with unique shells and shark's teeth. \n View this post on Instagram Am I a mermaid yet? A post shared by Allie Castro (@alliecast1) on Jul 7, 2017 at 4:16pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nLittle Tybee Island \nPrice: Free to visit, charter fees for a boat or kayak rental and tour fees may apply\nAddress: Little Tybee Island Visitor's Center — 802 1st St., Tybee Island, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: This island that's twice the size of Tybee Island is only accessible by kayak or boat and great spots for camping. During the day you can explore the secluded beach to add to your shell collection.\n View this post on Instagram #seashells A post shared by Gwen Gunn (@gwengunn) on Jul 8, 2020 at 3:06pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\n\n\nEast Beach — St. Simon's Island \nPrice: Free parking unless otherwise listed by local businesses\nAddress: 4202 1st St., St. Simons Island, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: This is the huge stretch of beach on the island that has many free access points. The perfect time to explore for shells is when the tide, and the population on the beach, is low.\n View this post on Instagram Can we talk about the sky tonite over the @georgia_coast? 😍 (@brantdavis_ssi ) #georgiacoast #stsimonsisland #georgiasunset #colorsofthecoast #georgiaonmymind A post shared by Georgia Coast (@georgia_coast) on Aug 5, 2020 at 6:22pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\n\n\nSt. Andrews Beach — Jekyll Island \nPrice: $8 to get onto the island \nAddress: St. Andrews Beach, Jekyll Island, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: This part of the island is great for bird watching and dolphin watching because of the wildlife viewing tower. While you're searching for sea life, you might just find some sea glass or unique shells. The island also has a breathtaking bike trail that's super cheap to peddle through.\n View this post on Instagram If only hermit crabs were food we would be feasting tonight. A post shared by Aaron Skinner (@t_a_skinner) on Jul 17, 2020 at 12:12pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\n\n\nDriftwood Beach — Jekyll Island \nPrice: $8 to get onto the island\nAddress: Driftwood Beach, Jekyll Island, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: Many people come to look at the sun-bleached driftwood that's exposed on this beach, but if you really get to explore, you'll find more than just driftwood. Want to explore all the island has to offer? Check out their resort that feels like a modern-day fairytale castle fit for a Disney Princess.\n View this post on Instagram The coolest beach ever 🌊 #driftwoodbeach #jekyllisland #happy A post shared by madeline 🌞 (@madrebro) on Aug 21, 2020 at 1:58pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\n\n\nLittle St. Simons Island \nPrice: Various trip prices\nAddress: 1000 Hampton River Club Marina Dr., Saint Simons Island, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: With 7 miles of untouched beaches and 11,000 acres of forest and wilderness, you're sure to find some goodies on this island's shores.\n View this post on Instagram Revealed #lssi #littlesaintsimonsisland #seashore #shore #beach #shell #shells #moody #phoneography #saintsimonsisland #georgia A post shared by Lyndon (@loon160t) on Nov 26, 2018 at 12:36pm PST\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\n\n\nOssabaw Island \nPrice: Varies depending on which day trip you take and how you get to the island. Multiple charters are available.\nAddress: Ossabaw Island, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: This secluded island is inhabited by free-roaming donkeys and has plenty of undeveloped beaches to explore. You can spend the day digging for seashells and shark's teeth.\n View this post on Instagram shell yeah😎💓🐚 A post shared by Isabellll (@isabeltorrres_) on Aug 7, 2016 at 7:20am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\nWhether you're going on a solo trip or escaping with bae to these shorelines, each is uniquely beautiful with plenty of seashells and hidden treasures for you to find.\n\n\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.