When we talk about Miami or South Florida, we imagine the sun, palm trees and a beautiful beach. And yes, the area has beautiful places and hundreds of spots to explore, but it is always good to have a guide handy and go further.
In this article you will know the best beaches in the state, which are not all in sunny Miami 😉
Florida Keys: Not only the beaches are beautiful. This paradise on the Florida peninsula offers delicious desserts, good music, culture, romantic hotels and spectacular architecture. Beaches in Islamorada, Marathon, Key West and in the Bahia Honda park that is always included among the best beaches in the country. On a trip from Key Largo to Key West, you can visit several points with beautiful beaches, white sand and crystal clear water, a perfect trip during any time of the year.
Dania Beach: Comfortable parking spaces, excellent gastronomic options and calm waters and fine sand. A great option to spend an incredible afternoon and finish watching the sunset from the shore. Located south of Ft. Lauderdale it is a good option if you do not want to be among many tourists who always accompany Miami South Beach.
Clearwater Beach: it extends to the Gulf of Mexico, in the west of the state. Very close to Tampa, this area offers its visitors various activities such as volleyball fields, fishing boat rentals, dolphin watching cruises, paragliding and even an aquarium to learn about marine fauna. In few minutes, you can get to Honeymoon Island State Park where you can take a ferry and visit Caladesi Island which is beautiful and you can even find yourself alone in the place. You can even see dolphins on the way!. You can also spend the afternoon on Honeymoon Island, in one way or another, they are incredible places. (Clearwater Beach and Caladesi Island were considered, by Forbes, among the 10 best beaches in the United States, Caladesi Island was # 1 in 2008)
Ft. Lauderdale Beach: A few meters from Las Olas Boulevard, this beach falls into the category of party and fun. Wide sand, oceanic and full of tourists who can enjoy a gigantic margarita, while watching the seagulls.
Daytona Beach: More parties regardless of whether it’s vacation or not. Wide sand where you can ride a bike or even a car, yes this is one of the few beaches where cars are perfectly allowed, paying an entrance fee of course. Hotels bordering the beach that, although it contains a lot of waves, is always a good place to enjoy a sunny day.
Written by Ana Belmonte, Acceso Total 29.
Photos by WandererYoss + Acceso Total 29