If you’re looking to escape the cold weather climate, it’s not too late to book a vacation to Florida’s beaches. Over 1,000 miles of shoreline awaits vacationers to Florida’s pristine beaches. No other state offers as much diversity.
In the northeastern part of Florida are Amelia Island and the beaches of Ponte Vedra and St. Augustine offering visitors a luxurious blend of hotels situated among dunes and white sand. Visitors looking for a little more excitement can head to Daytona Beach famous for its nightlife, complete with live music, beach vendors and muscle cars.
Further to the south are Cocoa Beach, Titusville and Melbourne. It’s the perfect spot for relaxation. Vero Beach and Port St. Lucie are part of the Treasure Coast providing visitors with a beautiful setting. Visitors can enjoy horseback riding on the beach.
A strip of small islands connected by the Overseas Highway make up the world-renowned Florida Keys. The drive over the highway provides visitors with a magnificent view. A visit to the Keys would not be complete without a trip to Key West, the southernmost point of the continental United States. The area is best known for Ernest Hemingway’s legendary retreat. Each year, the city holds a Hemingway look-a-like contest.
The Gulf of Mexico on the western side of Florida, welcomes visitors to Pensacola Beach, Destin, Panama City and Perdido Key. The area offers more than 40 miles of sugar-white sand beaches with a wide variety of outdoor activities in a laid-back atmosphere.
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