Florida Beaches

Florida has hundreds of miles of beaches from the Emerald Coast along the panhandle all the way down to the Keys. You can find beaches from the trendy South Beach area with it's Art Deco architecture and oceanfront dining to the secluded tucked away tropical jungle of Little Palm Island and everything in between.


Before you grab the suntan lotion and head to the beach, check out our reviews and find the perfect spot to work on that goldan tan.

Clearwater Beach

Pristine sugar white sand and turquoise blue water are just a couple of reasons, Clearwater Beach is recognized as one of the best beaches in the U.S. and possibly the world. Learn more...

Destin Beach

Sugar white sand and emerald green waters are a trademark for America's Luckiest Fishing Village. An excellent family vacation destination for building sand castles and taking long walks on the beach. Learn more...

Key West

Old Florida charm, azure blue water, tropical landscapes and revelry can all be found on this tiny island in the Florida Keys. Learn more...

Little Palm Island

A South Pacific island adventure! Little Palm Island offers unsurpassed luxury just off the coast of the Florida Keys on the island of Little Torch Key.

Stroll through paths of palm trees and tropical flowers, kayak or snorkel in crystal clear water or relax in your own chase lounge by the pool while you work on that golden tan. Learn more...


Marco Island, Florida

Naples, Florida

Naples is a collection of beautiful white sand beaches framed by coconut palm trees, sparkling clear emerald water and plenty of Florida sunshine.

Naples is definitely the jewel of Southwest Florida. Learn more...


Siesta Beach

Consistently voted #1 U.S beach. Nearly pure quartz sand that never gets hot to the touch. Located just off the coast of Sarasota, on Florida's west coast. Learn more...

St. Pete Beach

Postcard perfect beach with sugar-white sand, crystal clear turquoise water, and gentle waves from the Gulf of Mexico is the backdrop for this world-class beach destination.


St. Pete Beach is the perfect balance for families, those looking to relax and get away from it all to the younger active crowd seeking adventure. Learn more...

The Florida Keys

Over 100 miles of turquoise waters and seascapes that appear to be pulled directly from an artist's palette. 
From Key Largo to the laid back party town of Key West, you will enjoy miles and miles of tropical islands as you cross over 42 bridges to reach the tip of the Keys. Learn more...

“The traveler sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see.”

– G.K. Chesterton


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