Florida Beaches Beckon Especially
When On A Florida Keys Vacation
With so much ocean front, top Florida beaches are everywhere.
They dot the landscape from Pensacola to Apalachicola, Tampa to Marco Island, Miami Beach to Jacksonville.
They can be endless and beautiful, with absolutely amazing shelling. They can also be small, intimate and lined with mangroves such as Anne's Beach near Islamorada FL.
No matter where you go though, you'll find it hard to narrow it down to the best or most favorite spot.
But, and that's a big word, the Florida Keys are in a niche all of their own, when it comes to Florida beaches. Factor in the amazing blue and green hues of the water, the tropical breezes, the graceful, dancing palm trees, and you have the perfect Florida Keys vacation formula.
Coconut Palms, Spectacular Sunsets and Beautiful Florida Keys Beaches
State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory, Dale M. McDonald Collection
In fact, there's a reason why the
Florida Keys beaches are different,
and that reason, the coral reefs, is what adds to the enchantment of the region, while boosting the economy.
So go ahead, peruse the following list of beaches in the Florida Keys. You're sure to find a favorite Florida beach within easy reach no matter where you are, and don't forget your bathing suit!
Beaches aren't nearly as much fun if you can't play in the water or lounge on the sand, and these activities are synonymous with a Florida Keys vacation.
If you don't already have a stylish, new bathing suit, you'll want to grab one. It will be one part of your apparel you'll wear the most often, and when you're not at the beach you can just thrown on a wrap and you're good to go just about any place else in the Florida Keys.
When it comes to discovering Florida Keys beaches, my suggestion is that if you have the time, start at the north end of the Keys in the
and Islamorada area. Your Florida Keys travel plans should then include a drive to Key West but only after you've made a stop in Marathon Florida.
You won't want to miss playing on some of the best Florida Keys beaches which happen to be found in
and the Middle Florida Keys.
When you're doing exploring the Marathon Key area, and have experienced the 5 great beaches in
Key West FL,
spend some time prowling Duval Street.
Once your thirst is quenched from time on Duval Street you can then continue down by ferry or sea plant on to the Dry Tortugas National Park
and experience a whole other world.
To read more about the beaches in the different beaches in Florida Keys, click on any of the following pictures or category headings below.
UPPER FLORIDA KEYS BEACHES
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
. Cannon Beach
. Far Beach
Harry Harris Park (Tavernier)
Anne's Beach (Islamorada)
Founder's Park (Islamorada)
MIDDLE FLORIDA KEYS BEACHES
Long Key State Park (Long Key)
Beach Under Water (Grassy Key)
Curry Hammock State Park (Marathon)
Coco Plum Beach (Marathon)
Sombrero Beach (Marathon)
LOWER FLORIDA KEYS BEACHES
Veterans Memorial Park (Little Duck Key)
Bahia Honda State Park (Big Pine Key)
. Sandspur Beach
. Loggerhead Beach
. Calusa Beach
. Garden Key
BEACHES IN KEY WEST FLORIDA
Smathers Beach Key West
Fort Zachary Taylor Beach
In a class all their own, Florida Beaches - BeachHunter's photos and reviews of Florida's best beaches proves just that. Of course, we just kick it up a notch when it comes to Florida Keys beaches!