Florida has more than 2,000 kilometers of coastline — more than any other state in the continental United States. Florida’s beaches are regularly featured on Top 10 lists of the world’s best beaches.
The Fort Myers/Sanibel stretch of coastline is a hot spot for shell collectors and nature enthusiasts who marvel at the wildlife of J. N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge. Captiva, Sanibel’s sister island, is proud of its small village atmosphere. Award-winning white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, amazing sunsets and an abundance of water sports attract visitors to the beaches of St. Pete/Clearwater every year. With its 26 diverse communities offering historic and cultural surprises, eclectic eateries, rooftop lounges and an ever-growing craft beer scene, you’ll be sure to find your picture perfect spot.
Once a spring break mecca and site of the 1960 movie Where The Boys Are, the beaches of Greater Fort Lauderdale have evolved into a sophisticated stretch of coastline surrounded by shops, restaurants, quaint inns, luxury condos and family friendly beachfront. Best of all, highway A1A offers unobstructed views of Fort Lauderdale’s sandy beaches and sparkling blue Atlantic Ocean. Steeped in rich history and luxurious beginnings, The Palm Beaches (Palm Beach County) in Florida is a one-of-a-kind destination that offers a bounty of experiences for travellers of all ages and generations. Here, visitors can enjoy discovering history and culture, as well as a vibrant diversity of things to do.
From quiet dune-lined stretches of sand to sun-and-fun gathering spots, Florida beaches offer something for everyone. The Sunshine State’s temperate climate means sun-bathing, picnics, shelling, fishing, water sports, boating and sailing take place year-round. Your dream vacation is waiting!
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