From the panhandle to the Florida Keys, here’s a look at some of the best beaches to visit while traveling down the Florida coastline.
Amelia IslandSource: Google
Located along Florida’s Atlantic coast, Amelia Island stretches from South Carolina to Florida offering 13 miles of pristine beach ideal for family sand castle building and shell hunting. The beach is known for its natural Appalachian quartz beaches and laid-back atmosphere.
Siesta KeySource: Google
Siesta Key Beach, located in Sarasota, sits along the Gulf of Mexico and is known for its fine, powdery white sand made up of 99% quartz. Even on the hottest of days, your feet remains cool while strolling on the sand. It’s ideal for snorkeling, fishing and sailing.
South BeachSource: Google
Visit South Beach, Miami for people watching at its finest. Known for its Art Deco Architecture and premium hotels and nightlife, the beach is a focal point for residents and tourists.
Panama City BeachSource: Google
Known as one of the Spring Break capitals during peak season, Panama City Beach is located in the Florida panhandle. The beach encompasses 17-miles of powdery, white sands and turquoise water.
Clearwater BeachSource: Google
Located along the west coast of Florida, Clearwater beach offers beautiful beaches and plenty of sunshine. It’s a hot spot for families as well as the younger crowd looking to meet new people in the area. It offers plenty of bars and restaurants, perfect for getting your eat and drink on.