Florida Beaches : In total, Florida has 1,700 kilometres of beaches and offers its visitors a perfect idyll. Here we present you with the ten best beaches in Florida.
Sun on bare skin and a breathtaking view of the immeasurable expanse of the blue ocean. But have you forgotten half of it? That would be pretty disastrous, right? To ensure that this doesn’t happen, we have also created a checklist for your beach vacation.
Island Beach on the Gulf of Mexico, 15 miles southwest of Pensacola on State Road 292.
St George Island State Park
Nine miles of open beach and dunes are at the end of the island, 10 miles southeast of Eastpoint, off US 98.
St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
Luxury cabins, camping, and swimming near Port St. Joe, off C30 and US 98.
Anastasia State Recreation Area
Hiking trails, camping, tidal marshes, good fishing, and surfing are at St. Augustine Beach, off A1A near State Road 3.
Little Talbot Island State Park
Five miles of sandy beach, salt marsh, fishing, hiking, camping, and surfing are 17 miles northeast of Jacksonville on State Road A1A.
The 50-mile stretch of beach from southern Fernandina to northern St. Augustine is commonly called “the beaches” on Florida’s northeast coast, east of Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra, and St. Augustine.
Caladesi Island State Park
Six mangrove and grassy islands west of Dunedin on the Gulf Coast
Ft. Desota Park
Hiking trails, fishing, camping, and a Spanish-American war fort in the southwest corner of Mullet Key at the entrance to Tampa Bay.
Siesta Key Beach
Eight miles of island coastline near Sarasota calls itself the whitest beach in the world.
Bill Bagg Cape Florida State Recreation Area
Fishing and swimming on the wide, sandy beach, the Cape Florida Lighthouse is the oldest building in South Florida. At Key Biscayne, from Miami, take Insterstate 95 to Rickenbacker Causeway to the end.
Southeast Florida (Florida Beaches)
- Bill Bagg Cape Florida State Recreation Area
- Fishing, and swimming on the wide, sandy beach, the Cape Florida Lighthouse is the oldest building in South Florida, at Key Biscayne, from Miami take Insterstate 95 to Rickenbacker Causeway to the end.