57 Best Beaches of Florida (Page 2 of 3)
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Spacious clean beach with scenic views. Many facilities are enough to spend here a whole day. Features covered boardwalks for strolling in the shade. Friendly staff.
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.
Huge white-sand beach are highly popular, and therefore crowded. All necessary facilities and eateries. Free but limited parking. Requires some walking to the beach.
Small beach area, easily gets crowded because of the close location to the condos. Free parking, easily accessible. Features a wooden walking zone and a pier. No pets.
Popular tourist recreation within a city limits. Well-kept, patrolled by officials, it's a perfect place to come with kids. Animals-free. Covered areas for rainy days.
Eye-pleasing sandy beach. Paved parking lot filled with flowers and has a fountain. Paved road along the shore. Limited amenities and not very clean. Fishing pier.
Awesome destination for a long stay. All needed amenities. 3 public beach access points. Offers a welcome center, restaurants, condos for rent and a sea food market.
Rocky beach with limited amenities. Free parking. Never crowded. You'll love to see an aquarium and bird sanctuary nearby. There's only one cafe, so take care of food.
Large and quiet relaxing destination. Sand is soft and inconvenient for driving on. Offers many nice cabins and condos to rent. Features car ferries. Paid parking.
Beach with a white sand and palm trees - perfect for taking Instagram pictures. Waters are shallow but murky and smelly. Variety of restaurants and casinos nearby.
Uncrowded spot, well-kept. Except basic beach activities, you can watch dolphins, crabs, jellyfish. There's no shade, bring or rent an umbrella. Popular among nudists.
Beautiful gem on the Gulf coast. Lots of regulations help to keep this beach clean, safe and nice as much as possible. Uncrowded and calm. No animals are allowed.
Relatively close to the city, has lots of new eateries and hotels. Sand is soft and clean. Umbrella rentals are on site. Free and spacious parking. Shallow waters.
Perfect recreational spot for families or arranging parties. Shallow waters are great for kids. No pet allowed. There are no cars, loud music or drunks, so feels safe.
Good for a day-trip, it's rather for fishing and boating more than for swimming. However, some visitors do swim. Close to Bayou Park with its playground and wave pool.
Interesting place for families and couples. Visitors can rent comfortable beach-houses and have romantic evenings with a scenic sunset. Facilities aren't clean enough.
Family-friendly atmosphere. All necessary facilities. The beach has a list of rules, and you'll need to pay cash for some things. No animals. No lifeguards provided.