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Top 5 Beaches in Florida

Posted by ecostinger on 14th Feb 2017

Florida is unique in many ways and having some of the best beaches in the world is only the start. If you are planning a beach vacation, there are innumerable beach vacation destinations in Florida from where you can make a selection. The beaches in Florida are one amongst the finest of beaches. Outstanding sandy beaches stretch as far as your eyes can see and the waterways, oceans and lakes attract anglers from different parts of the world. Starting from shelling, surfing to birding and hunting for treasure, Florida beaches have everything that will add to your vacationing glory. Below are some of the Florida top beaches that offer an abundance of family activities:

Clearwater Beach

The white sandy beaches, warm sunshine, and clear gulf waters along side of beautiful accommodations and Southern hospitality make Clearwater Florida a must see beach destination for the family. With dolphin shows at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium and the spring training ground for the Philadelphia Phillies there are extra curricular activities abound. Home of the Clearwater Jazz Festival, National Superboat Championships, and Ironman race there is always something exciting happening. This beach is located in Pinellas County, on the west central coast of Florida.

Cocoa Beach

Located in Brevard County, Florida, this quaint beach city offers a relaxing getaway alongside outdoor adventures like deep sea fishing and parasailing. With just six miles of beach there is not a lot around to distract your family and because of that this beach maintains it's charm and family friendly atmosphere. Other activities here include watching a space launch, swimming, kayaking, and exploring the pristine coastline.

Treasure Island

North of St. Pete Beach, Treasure Island offers some of the widest (and whitest!) beaches in all of Florida. This is a very family-friendly spot, and is typically less crowded than St. Pete Beach. The Beaches are more accessible to the public, and there's a mix of small hotels and vacation condos. The Treasure Island Boardwalk that circles Blind Pass is particularly scenic, and a great way to watch the sunset.

Coquina Beach

Located on Longboat Key just miles from the city of Sarasota FL lies Coquina Beach an area great for nature viewing, swimming, snorkeling, and fishing. With plenty of golf courses around, adults will be able to get away from the kids for some time on their own. Additionally you will have easy access to the Ringling Museum of Art, Florida Gulf Coast Railroad Museum, and the Crowley Museum & Nature Center in Sarasota.

Haulover Beach

Haulover Beach is renowned, best nude beach in Miami. Haulover Beach offers two sections - North end and South End. North end of the beach is designated nude beach area where you can avoid tan lines by taking nude sunbathing. Apart from the north end, overall beach is people friendly where you can enjoy swimming, surfing and other water activities. Beach lifeguards are always patrolling the beach for the security and safety of the people. Haulover beach is located at 10800 Collins Avenue, Miami


Of the thousands of beaches in Florida, the above list has some of the best beaches for families. When choosing a family beach destination it's important that there is access to activities for every age group in your party. Be sure to book early as some of these beach, while secluded, are in smaller communities hence have less accommodations. Make sure you are well protected on the beach, wear sun glasses, UV protection swimsuit, and apply sunscreen on exposed skin.