207 Best Beaches of Florida (Page 7 of 9)
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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.
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.
Uncrowded spot full of history about African Americans. Well-kept. Features restaurants, hotels, nightclubs, some businesses, and homes in the district. Pet-friendly.
Sandy drive-on beach. A good place for tranquility and seclusion. Sunbathing, swimming, picnicking, flying a kite, fishing are options to choose from. Pet-friendly.
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.
Popular family-friendly park with volleyball courts, a multipurpose court, a skate park, a children’s playground. During your swimming be cautious of riptides signs.
Temporarily closed for restoration. closed for restoration. Otherwise, there are two award-winning beaches with free 24-hour Wi-Fi at the concession building.
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.
Secluded resort with private cottages on a tropical island. There are no shops and only one restaurant. Features an in-house spa with exotic treatments and massages.
A large and equipped beach with well-maintained amenities. No entrance fee. Ample parking. Cine here for snorkeling, parasailing, kayaking, and beach volleyball.
Little sandy beach with palm trees. Mostly uncrowded. There are many homeless in the area, so watch your staff. Features yoga classes. Good spot for fishing.
Sand and rocks are mixed together, so be careful. Shallow and warm water but no lifeguard on duty. Snorkeling equipment and paddleboard rentals are available. No dogs.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A great destination for relaxing and learning history. Offers beautiful gardens and nature trails. Good for various watersports. Water shoes are recommended.
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.