84 Best Beaches of Florida (Page 4 of 4)

Show beaches from:
Key West, Florida

Premium-class resort with a mansion-style hotel featuring a private beach. Two tropical pools, indoor and outdoor spa services will make your stay unforgettable.

Close to Key West city center
Key West, Florida

A really small stretch of sand is good enough to bring your dog. It is not for people swimming. No facilities. Features a dog-friendly eatery with a great view.

Close to Key West city center
Key West, Florida

Located on the only natural sand beach in Key West. It's rocky, so bring your water shoes. No self-parking. Features swimming pool with cabanas and a signature restaurant.

Close to Key West city center
Key West, Florida

Smaller than some other popular beaches but pretty popular. Close to the shops and restaurants. The beach tends to have much seaweed. Rocky bottom of the ocean.

Close to Key West city center
Key West, Florida

A great destination for relaxing and learning history. Offers beautiful gardens and nature trails. Good for various watersports. Water shoes are recommended.

Close to Key West city center
Key West, Florida

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.

69 mi from Key West city center
Jekyll Island, Georgia

A nice little beach for outdoor enthusiasts, offering seclusion, quiet, and plenty of wildlife. Restrooms, rinse showers, and picnic areas.

3 mi from Jekyll Island city center
Jekyll Island, Georgia

Calm and clean. Lots of access points. Paid parking. Limited amenities, no toilet, so make sure you took everything needed. Hard-packed sand is good for strolling.

3 mi from Jekyll Island city center
St. Simon's Island, Georgia

Small cozy but never overcrowded. Eateries are down the road. Shelling, birdwatching, picnicking are refreshing options for a "daycation". Pet-friendly. Free parking.

5 mi from St. Simon's Island city center