The oldest beach in the city. Plenty of amenities. The bottom gets deep fast, so it's risky for kids and non-swimmers. Come here for fishing, shelling or canoeing.
Pets are not allowed on the beach. If you meet any animals, you can not feed them. Kayak rentals, tables, and grills are available. Clear water is good for snorkeling.
Dog-friendly place. Be careful not to leave your pet unattended in water because of strong tides and rip currents. Offers free doggie bags and garbage cans everywhere.
You can only access the park and beach by water transportation. Beach wheelchairs are available. Offers no lifeguard service. Known as an unofficial nudist destination.
The longest beach on the island. Free and spacious parking. Variety of facilities, as well as a beach cafe and a boat launch. Rocky bottom, so stay in your shoes.
Awesome for surfing in winter season. Lack of amenities. Toilets, shops and bars are within a walking distance. Chances to see dolphins, manatees, pelicans or turtles.
Family-friendly beach. Lots of amenities make vacations comfortable. Lifeguards on duty. Hard-packed sand is convenient for walking. Many stingrays, so be cautious.
Popular tourist spot, includes all kinds of facilities. Come here if you don't mind crowds. Offers paddleboard, umbrellas and chairs rentals, cafe with live music.
Wild place with no facilities except a free parking. Clear and beautiful waters, well-kept beach. Shelling may be rewarding because it's not much competition. No pets.
Hidden gem with a rich wildlife. Opportunity to see dolphins, starfish, stingrays, sand dollars, crabs, and various birds. Strong currents make it risky for kids.
Clothing-optional beach. Friendly atmosphere, lots of visitors are older people. Alcohol is prohibited, as well as any inappropriate behavior. Amenities are limited.