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Florida Beaches

Beach Towns and Resorts


Amelia Island
- One of America's few remaining unspoiled island paradises.  Enjoy 13 miles of uncrowded beaches, lush, natural setting, moss-covered oaks, unparalleled golf, boating, and fishing, stunning sunrises and sunsets.

Boca Raton  - Boca Raton offers a wide range of ways to have fun as you bask in the South Florida outdoor experience. From teeing off for a great game of golf, to in-line skating along A1A, to taking in a round of tennis or relax at the beach.

Boynton Beach - Boynton Beach offers beautiful weather, magnificent beaches, pleasure boating and other recreational activities.

Clearwater - Clearwater Beach is known for its beautiful beaches, picturesque sunsets and mystical evenings.

Cocoa Beach - Cocoa Beach offers beautiful beaches, the Indian River Lagoon, shopping and entertainment of all kinds!

Coral Gables - Coral Gables offers beautiful beaches, nighttime entertainment, live music, casual and fine dining, and a variety of shopping options.

Daytona Beach - Daytona beach offers both leisure and recreational activities designed to meet the interests and preferences of all ages. Whether itís sandcastle building, fishing, walking or jogging, surfing, sailboarding, water or jet-skiing, kite-flying, beach driving, or just lying out and soaking up the sun -- you can do it all here.

Deerfield Beach  - The ocean-front town of Deerfield Beach is situated along southeastern Florida in Broward County.

Delray Beach - Delray Beach is located in southern Palm Beach County, directly on the Atlantic Ocean. Delray Beach offers the visitor a full range of amenities and nearly two miles of well-groomed, easily accessible beach.

Destin - Famous sugar white sands stretch like miles of white satin. Emerald-jeweled waters. Endless strings of fishing fleets. Links and links of golf. Seaside celebrations. Dancing dolphins. Undeniably fresh seafood.

Englewood - Known as the "Gem of the Suncoast", Englewood offers wonderful climate, tropical beaches and a beautiful bay.


Fort Myers Beach - Visit Fort Myers Beach and enjoy the relaxed lifestyle of the Gulf of Mexico.

Key West - Key West is a three by five mile Island which offers beautiful beaches, diving, snorkeling, fishing, boating and lots more.

Marco Island - Marco Island is the largest of Florida's Ten Thousand Islands, located on the Gulf of Mexico in Southwest Florida.

Naples - Naples is the crown jewel of Southwest Florida -- nestled on the sun drenched beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. Naples is known for world class shopping, dining and abundant challenging golf courses. 

Palm BeachChoose from more than 145 golf courses and over 1,100 tennis courts. Discover the 47 miles of white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and swaying palm trees. For fun in the deep blue sea, there is scuba diving, surfing , sailing and plenty of world-class sport fishing.

Panama City Beach - With over 27 miles of sugary white sand along the Emerald Green Waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Panama City Beach is the ultimate vacation destination. Swimming, sunning, parasailing, jetskiing, sailing, fishing, boating....the list is never-ending.

Pensacola Beach - Sun seekers on Pensacola Beach have an array of entertainment to choose from, including sailing, jet skiing, sailboarding, parasailing, swimming, skating, biking, or just relaxing on the beach building sand castles.

Sanibel and Captiva Islands

Sebastian - Relax on its Beaches, play a round of Golf and explore the state and county Parks plus Much More.

Gulf Beaches of Tampa BayThe beaches of Tampa Bay are Florida's finest, and rank consistently among the top ten in  the world.

Surfside - The Town of Surfside is a beautiful oceanfront community located in the tropical paradise of South Florida. The Town offers a number of resorts, hotels and motels which host tourists and other visitors all year round.

Fort Lauderdale - With seven miles of beautiful beaches and 185 miles of local waterways.