137 Best Beaches of Georgia (Page 6 of 6)

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Bradenton Beach, Florida

The longest beach on the island. Free and spacious parking. Variety of facilities, as well as a beach cafe and a boat launch. Rocky bottom, so stay in your shoes.

Close to Bradenton Beach city center
Santa Rosa Beach, Florida

Crystal-clear emerald water and a clean sand, perfect for Instagram photoshooting or snorkeling. Ample parking, located quite far from the beach. Well-kept facilities.

4 mi from Santa Rosa Beach city center
Miramar Beach, Florida
Close to Miramar Beach city center
Sarasota, Florida
3 mi from Sarasota city center
Destin, Florida

Popular tourist destination. Gets crowdy easily, so come early to grab a spot. Features a restaurant, bike racks, pavilions, playground and others. Wheelchair accessible.

5 mi from Destin city center
Destin, Florida

Clear water makes it awesome for snorkeling and paddling. Provides all needed amenities. If you want to stay longer, you can book a condo nearby. Dogs aren't allowed.

4 mi from Destin city center
Siesta Key, Florida
Close to Siesta Key city center
Destin, Florida

A spectacularly beautiful quiet beach with sugar-white sand and emerald water, not crowded, plenty of parking, and all the necessary amenities in good condition.

3 mi from Destin city center
Nudist beach
Fort Pierce, Florida

Clothing-optional beach. Friendly atmosphere, lots of visitors are older people. Alcohol is prohibited, as well as any inappropriate behavior. Amenities are limited.

7 mi from Fort Pierce city center
Nokomis, Florida
3 mi from Nokomis city center
Nokomis, Florida

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.

Close to Nokomis city center
Casey Key, Florida
3 mi from Casey Key city center