Why not head down to Florida this summer? The Sunshine state is home to some of the world’s top beaches. No matter what your personality, there is a beach here for you. Pack your beach hats and sunscreen because we are going on a tour of Florida’s top ten beaches.
One of the most popular vacation spots in Florida, it is also one of the best places to unload your beach bags and enjoy the day. This beach also boasts a boardwalk, kid friendly activities, and a water park. Don’t forget about the famous Daytona 500 and Daytona’s International Speedway.
Surf’s up! Located an hour from Orlando this tourist hotspot is known as the “Surfing Capital of the World” and home to the famous Ron John Surf Shop. Not only is it hip and happening, but it is also a great getaway for families and people of all ages.
South Beach <3
What’s a beach blog without talking about famous South Beach? SoBe is a universal playground offering non-stop dining, high end shopping and nightlife. Not to mention it’s walking distance to our beautiful store!
Panama City Beach
I hope you are ready for Spring Break. This beach is famous for college kids especially during the holiday break months. There are plenty beach-side activities to do along the shores and plenty of nightlife. Whatever happens in Panama City stays in Panama City… Get ready to partay.
It’s proximity to South Beach makes this beach too often overlooked considering how UN-crowded it is. In the past, this beach was known as a crazy spring break destination, but it is now known to be both family and budget oriented. The hotels offer much lower rates than it’s South Beach neighbor. Fort Lauderdale also has great beachfront dining, clear waters, and great nightlife.
My favorite thing about Naples is the long pier. It has a cute country feel on one side, and on the other, there are beachfront mansions on Millionaires’ Row that are always awesome to look at. I have never felt softer sand than on Naples beach and it’s one of the top most romantic beaches I have ever been too…. Ooh La La.
Located at our nation’s most southern tip, the beaches on Key West are absolutely breath taking. It is the ideal place to go swimming, fishing and snorkeling. Added bonus: you can do these activities alongside the famous Fort Zachary Taylor historical landmark. Don’t miss out on the scenic road trip on bridges sitting in crystal blue waters on your way to Key West.
A 3-mile white sandy stretch of the Pinellas Peninsula on the Gulf Coast this beach had almost every water and sand activity imaginable including beach volleyball, parasailing, a dolphin-watching cruise and a fun fishing excursion. But if you’re looking for a true once in a lifetime activity, you may want to head about 60 miles north and go diving with the manatees…. (no big deal). Whatever you decide, this beach definitely lives up to its reputation of being one of America’s best beaches.
Cape Florida State Park
Located right at the very bottom tip of Key Biscayne off Florida’s coast line, this image looks like the desktop background on my computer. You can see it for yourself and snap a picture of the lighthouse on this tranquil beach where you can watch the sunrise and sunset.
Sanibel Island Beach
It’s hard to find calmer waters than on Sanibel Island. It’s true claim to fame is the abundance of shells on its shores. Spend an afternoon collecting them in an activity that the locals call “shelling.”