84 Best Beaches of Florida (Page 2 of 4)
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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.
They call it the best beach in the USA. Great for a long stay, packed with amenities, restaurants and hotels. Dedicated dog area. Lifeguards on duty. Gear rentals.
Hardly-known it's a proper destination for tranquility and a peaceful atmosphere. Beach access is easy and comfortable. Entrance and parking are free. Fishing is allowed.
Popular destination for a short or long stay. Offers all amenities, restaurants of any level. Beach wheelchairs rental and many others. Book condos in advance.
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.
Famous as a place hiding lots of shark teeth. Very close to the city center with all eateries and facilities. Features free morning yoga classes. Free angle parking.
One of the best destinations in Key West. The trip includes two meals, snorkeling equipment, and a tour. Overnight camping is permitted but should be booked ahead.
A must-visit place in Miami. Close to numerous shops, restaurants, and bars. The entrance is free. Closed from midnight to 5 a.m. Offers two outdoor fitness gyms.
Beautiful, quite popular destination for tourists of all ages. Especially those who like nudism recreation. Parking is limited and can be closed if it's full.
This beautiful place suits people of all ages and swimming abilities. Parking is limited and you have to wait sometimes. Features walking paths for wildlife watching.
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.
The only state park in Florida riding a horse on the beach is allowed. Scenic views of the ocean will add memories to your vacations. No dogs permitted. No lifeguard.
Hard-packed sand, lots of shells. No lifeguards on duty, so exercise caution and wear shoes. Overnight camping is available. Features numerous hiking and biking trails.