154 Best Beaches of Florida (Page 2 of 7)
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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.
The beach near a small lake provides just a few activities such as sunbathing, swimming, camping, playing volleyball. It's private, membership fees are reasonable.
Remote and quiet island with a white-sand beach and a park. It's accessible by ferry or private boat. No pets allowed. Follow regulations while fishing. Big parking.
Spectacularly scenic getaway in the Gulf of Mexico. Offers awesome designated areas for swimming as well as a pet beach. Chairs and umbrellas rentals are available.
The beach has 13 parts with 13 paid parking areas. Clothes optional. Facilities are limited, no businesses around. Features rockets launches. Beautiful and clean water.
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.