The most frequented beaches in Florida include Delray Beach, Clearwater Beach, Naples Beach, South Beach and Captiva Island. Siesta Key, Atlantic Beach, Key West, Palm Beach and Sanibel Beach are also highly popular.Continue Reading
Key West is one of the most popular beach areas in the Florida Keys, which is roughly 90 miles north of Cuba. The area is well-known for its coral reefs and destinations for snorkeling and diving.
Each year, nearly 1 million visitors flock to Delray Beach, a family-friendly, 2-mile beach ideal for sunbathing, swimming and sand-castle building. Clearwater Beach has a reputation as one of America's best beaches, with broad, sandy shores and beachfront hotels.
Palm Beach is a 14-mile island featuring some of Florida's finest hotels, restaurants and shops. Siesta Key is a family vacation venue, with beachside picnic areas and playgrounds. Atlantic Beach is an ideal place to relax, with its white sand and pedestrian-friendly cobblestone streets.
Sanibel Beach is a unique barrier island with an east-west orientation that differs from the typical north-south layout. This east-west designation has helped Sanibel earn its reputation as one of the Shell Islands, a prime spot for gathering perfectly intact sea shells in every shape and size. Along with Sanibel Beach, Captiva Island shares the distinction of being one of Florida’s Shell Islands and is generally the spot to find the largest intact shells.
South Beach is a long man-made beach that offers an active nightlife, sandy shores and unique architecture. Naples Beach is a good camping spot, as there are bathhouses and food stands on-site.Learn more about Geography