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Pensacola's beach atmosphere ranges from lively crowds with lifeguards to desolate beaches bordered by wispy sea grass. No matter what the season, beachgoers can relax on the sunny, peaceful shores of Pensacola's award-winning, emerald-green coastline. Pensacola Beach occupies nearly eight miles of the 40-mile-long Santa Rosa barrier island. It is surrounded by the Santa Rosa Sound to the north, the Gulf of Mexico to the south and on either side by the federally protected Gulf Islands National Seashore. An array of shopping, lodging, restaurants, beach bars and entertainment compliments the natural beaches.
Destin/FT. Walton Beach Area
Destin/FT. Walton Beach Area-Set in northwestern Florida's Panhandle, this area is the land of beach fun. Family activities abound on the white-sand shores, as do volleyball tournaments, windsurfing races, beachfront concerts and more.
Seaside/Beaches of South Walton Area
Seaside/Beaches of South Walton Area-This 26-mile stretch of sugary white sand and emerald blue waters offers the ideal refuge from a hectic world.
Apalachicola/Port St. Joe
Apalachicola/Port St. Joe-You'll find truly magnificent windswept beaches here, where the land juts into the Gulf of Mexico. Silent and serene, Apalachicola and Port St. Joe boast some of the best beaches not only in the state, but the #1 Beach in the Country - St. Joe Peninsula State Park.
Tallahassee AreaThis is the beautiful and wild coast of Florida's "Big Bend." Small islands with tiny private beaches are waiting to be explored, and the quaint towns dotting the coastline welcome you with old-fashioned Southern hospitality
Cedar Key/Steinhatchee Area
Cedar Key/Steinhatchee Area-On this remote coast of northwest Florida, visitors are invited to travel through old fishing villages and pristine waters, to experience the Florida of time past.
Jacksonville Area-Jacksonville area beaches range from rustic and untouched to bustling ports complete with boardwalks. Take your pick from serene to stimulating and enjoy.
Flagler Beach/Palm Coast Area
Flagler Beach/Palm Coast Area-This nearly forgotten swatch of beaches is the place to run and play on the shore like it was your own private beach. Discover coastal forests by foot and underwater sea life with a snorkel and fins.
Crystal River Area
rystal River Area-Known as Florida's Nature Coast, Crystal River and the surrounding area are light on beaches, but heavy on adventure. The waters offer some of the best fishing in the state, and you can even grab a snorkel and dive for scallops during the summer months.
The waters of Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico make the Tampa region a recreational paradise within a metropolitan area. Beach preserves and parks line the miles of shoreline for picnics, swimming, boating and more.
Sarasota/Bradenton Area-Overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, Sarasota/Bradenton area beaches are privy to some of the state's most beautiful sunsets. Soft sand and wide expanses perfect for walking and shelling define the area.
Fort Myers Area
Fort Myers Area-This is the area to island hop from beautiful tropical beach to beautiful tropical beach. You'll experience soft sand, azure waters and exotic wildlife, like playful dolphins and mysterious manatees.
Naples/Marco Island-The quiet corner of Southwest Florida provides some of the most striking beaches in the state, with fine white sand laced with palms on the shore of the deep blue Gulf of Mexico
Miami Area-Miami is where the Atlantic Ocean merges with the Caribbean Sea; where sands turn soft and white and the waters merge from light blue to nearly-clear aqua.
Palm Beach Area
Palm Beach Area-The name says it all about the Palm Beach area. The shoreline is highlighted by swaying palms, crystal-white sand and the shimmering blue ocean. White flat beaches are the norm where you'll find plenty to do and plenty to see.
Stuart/Ft. Pierce Area
Stuart/Ft. Pierce Area-This area offers an outstanding number of golden Florida beaches, including four federally protected parks. Local county beaches have plenty of onshore activities, and the area is known for several offshore shipwrecks that are perfect for scuba diving.
Cocoa Beach Area
Cocoa Beach Area-These 72-miles of sun-bronzed Atlantic shoreline are perfect for family day trips, sunning, surfing and more. Beaches ranges from popular and lively to private and hidden.
St. Augustine Area
St. Augustine Area-In St. Augustine you can walk the shores where Spanish explorers first set foot in the "New World" hundreds of years ago. Clean, simple beauty abounds as do a variety of beach activities for young and old.
Orlando Area-Fun, Fun and more Fun. Disneyworld, among many other theme parks, is the main attraction here. A city that caters to fantasy escapes.
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