Why should you visit Florida? Well... why not? Tropical climate all year round, crystal blue skies, fun nightlife and affordable vacation rentals. But most of all, Florida boasts some of the best beaches in the country.
The beaches along Florida’s Coast are some of the best in the U.S., offering palm-tree lined shores and easygoing vibes that are perfect for a tropical getaway. You’ll discover soft white-sand, sparkling waters, and access to exciting restaurants and many memorable outdoor adctivites. For unspoiled landscapes and stunning sunset views, head to one of these top beaches.
Fort Lauderdale Beach
Greater Fort Lauderdale's 23 miles of sun-kissed beaches and eight distinctive beach towns vary in vibe and personality — as well as their variety of hotels, shops and restaurants — but they each offer exactly what you came for. It’s the sensation of soft sand between your toes and warm, tropical waves on your skin. It’s the feeling of escape. Coral reefs, shipwrecks, high visibility and pleasant water temperatures make Greater Fort Lauderdale a spectacular snorkeling and diving destination. And with several shore diving spots, certified divers can literally walk in and hang out with sea turtles, nurse sharks, angelfish and other sea life. Visit a lighthouse. Go fishing from a pier. Watch the sunrise over the blue horizon. Whatever you do, you’ll discover beach bliss in Greater Fort Lauderdale.
Singer Island, Riviera Beach
Big and beautiful with spectacular vistas of the Atlantic Ocean. You can sit by the promenade and simply take in the fantastic views or enjoy a nice walk along the stretch of pristine sand. This beach is a great choice for those looking to take home souvenir shells, just make sure to go after high tide.
Juno Beach, Jupiter
Sitting pretty between Jupiter and West Palm Beach, Juno Beach is home to unspoiled coastline, blissfully laid-back vibes and some of The Palm Beaches’ most beloved residents (that would be our scores of nesting sea turtles). Located on a barrier island flanked by the Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean, much of Juno Beach daily life revolves around these two bodies of water—from fishing to recreation to conservation. The Juno Beach Pier is the main hub of activity in town. On any given day, you’ll see salty fishermen, selfie-snapping sightseers and sunrise aficionados angling for the perfect viewing spot (believe the locals when they say the sunrises here are second to none). There’s even a Pier House with a bait shop, snack bar and pole rentals. With its excellent waves, Juno Beach Park is a popular spot for surfers and kiteboarders as well as swimmers.
Dubois Park, Jupiter
This gem is a large park right at the mouth of Jupiter Inlet with fantastic views of the Jupiter Lighthouse. Jet skiers and boaters can start their trip through the Intracoastal Waterway or out to sea, right from the marina slips. Canoe and kayak adventurers can paddle to the Loxahatchee River, one of only two national Wild & Scenic Rivers in Florida.
South Beach, Miami
The South Beach neighborhood of Miami Beach glitters with nightlife – all day long. It is trendy and quirky and – hey, watch out for that guy on roller skates – and just a fun place to be. Yes, South Beach attracts the rich and famous and youthful, but it now is recognized around the world as worthy of a stay or a visit by everyone. Enjoy the beach or South Beach's historic Art Deco architecture or the fine Oceanside dining – or all of it in a single day. And don't miss Haulover Park for fishing, tennis, golf and bicycle rides. Miami Beach's South Beach – you have to experience it for yourself.
Whether you are the sports extremist or just looking to bask in the sun, these beaches are all just a stones throw away from most of our luxury homes. Book your perfect vacation home and let your beach vacation begin!
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