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Five top Florida spring break destinations

Florida is one of the top spring break destinations in the country. The state offers spring breakers with hundreds of miles of white sandy beaches and places to choose from.

Vacationers relaxing on Navarre Beach, Florida
Anthony Dezenzio

Panama City

Panama City has become the number one destination for spring breakers. More than 200,000 people flock to the area each year. In recent years, the area has become a favorite destination among college students. Plan early if you decide to visit Panama City during spring break season. Expect hotel rooms to fill up fast.

Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach is known as the “world’s most famous beach”. With over 20 miles of white sandy beaches, it has become a favorite spring break destination for families with children. Certain areas on the beach allow cars to park from sunrise to sunset. Some of the favorite activities include kayaking, parasailing and offshore cruising.

Marco Island

Marco Island offers a number of beach activities for the outdoor enthusiast. Visitors can enjoy a round of golf at one of the area golf courses, do some fishing, go on a boat ride or take in a beautiful sunset. More than 37 miles of barrier island coastline extends from Naples to Marco Island.


Miami is world renowned for its Latin flavor and the colorful neighborhoods that make up Little Havana. The city offers visitors to an entertaining nightlife and culture. South Beach is almost certainly the most recognizable location in Miami, made up of decorated Art Deco buildings with white sandy beaches and clear blue water. Visitors have access to the city's shopping areas, attractions and restaurants.

Key Largo

Key Largo offers outstanding diving, snorkeling and fishing in the region's subtropical waters abounding in a variety of fish. Key Largo is an outdoor lover’s paradise providing year-round activities sure to please everyone. A must-see attraction is the Key Largo Hammocks State Botanical Site. The area is made up of 2,000 acres of rare hardwood hammock and is the largest hammock track in the United States. Visitors can hike or bike the nature trail and explore some of the keys jungle.

For more information, visit Florida beaches.

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