Shells, sand, turquoise water and…you. Where though?
1930; the number in kilometres of the beaches in Florida, but be careful; they are not all worth it. To expand the photo album and continue to enjoy of the grandiose beauty of Florida, here is an overview of the 5 most beautiful beaches of the Sunshine State; but Shhh, only you know about this.
Siesta Key, on the West coast of Florida, is famous for its pure, white and 99% quartz composed sand; its beaches have won several prizes for its fine powdered crystals. Moreover, even on the days of extreme heat, the reflection of the rays on the sand is such that you can walk barefoot.
Crescent Beach is known for its pure water and Point of Rocks, which is a scuba diving spot ExploringSiestaKey.com/Snorkeling-Scuba.html; at Turtle Beach, the sand is thicker but will induce the same happiness with its shellfish.
Sarasota, FL 3424
A Small Paradise
Deserted beaches, fine sand, natural environment and transparent water; these set the scene of St Georges Island. The State Park beach is a true little corner of paradise, away from tourists and urban constructions. Spend peaceful and beautiful days in the company of dolphins… (and mosquitoes in the summer).
1900 E. Gulf Beach Drive
St. George Island, Florida 32328
850 927 2111
A county that has it all
[article_sponsor sponsor_id=5269] Pinellas County has a coastline of 35 miles of white sand. The public beaches of Fort De Soto Park, Sand Key and Howard are an ideal place for families and hyperactive people because they are packed with activities for the kids and adults.
In landscapes of Caladesi and Honeymoon Island parks are postcard worth and numerous County beaches have won awards ranging from the most beautiful beaches of Florida to the United States.
Back in time
Grayton Beach is not only a paradise beach found in the Panhandle, it is also a city removed from reality, as if it were suspended in time. You can rent cabins on the beach; live like Robinson Crusoe for a few hours and listen to the silence.
Shellfish and crustaceans
For marine life researchers and those interersted in shells, fossils and enthusiasts fond of underwater life, the most beautiful beaches of Florida are around Sanibel and Captiva Islands. Connected by a bridge, these two islands are the “barrier islands” for the coral reefs and are known for their collections of shellfish and seafood.