Forget the Bahamas; Florida's Islands Have It All (and More Shells!)

Florida has over 4,500 islands, offering idyllic vibes and pristine beaches.

Marco Island: soft sand, delicious food, unique shells, cruises, and deep-sea fishing.

Amelia Island: luxurious resorts, Victorian architecture, 13 miles of beaches, swimming, paddling, shopping, and dining.

Key West: vibrant nightlife, arts scene, Great Florida Reef, Mallory Square sunsets

Sanibel Island: family-friendly, quiet beaches, abundant seashells, National Seashell Day, Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum, JN Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge

 Budget-friendly compared to Bahamas and other popular island destinations

Reachable by car or short flights, there is no need for passports or international currency.

Diverse experiences include swimming, shelling, wildlife watching, shopping, dining, and more.

 Perfect for families, couples, and solo travelers seeking relaxation or adventure.

Consider Marco, Sanibel, Amelia, and Key West, and explore many others like Gasparilla, Anna Maria, and Islamorada.