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This has been a favorite beach of people traveling to Florida on Spring Break for years. It has a beautiful beachfront of white sand and includes the town of Ocean Walk Village, where you can swim, surf or even fish from the pier. The community has done wonders in cleaning up both the image of Daytona as well as the beach itself.
Fort Myers Beach
Looking for the perfect beach? Visit this one and find crystal blue waters, jaw-dropping sunsets and even a few dolphins. It is loved by romantics for the beauty it holds and by families for the array of activities offered. Go kayaking, parasailing, water skiing, jet skiing, wind surfing, swimming or just collect some of the one-of-a-kind shells found here.
Panama City Beach
Yet another favorite for Spring Break visitors, with exceptionally warm emerald colored waters that travel in from the Gulf. Diving and snorkeling are a daily occurrence here, as there is an area of this beach known as the 'ship wreck capital of the South'. Families will like it here because of Zoo World, where you can find hundreds of animals to view.
Infamous Key West
This area of Florida has been called many things, from a boater's paradise to one of the snorkeling heavens of the world. Key West is actually a string of islands that you do not want to pass up visiting. There is no other place like it in the United States. It's best known for its amazing sunsets, warm turquoise hued waters, the living coral reef to snorkel and scuba dive through and a beautiful white sand and shell beachfront. It's also home to the historical Fort Zachary Taylor state park, an amazing area to explore.
South Beach Miami
One of the most populated beaches in all of Florida; you'll see everything here from locals in barely-there bikinis as well as celebrities who can't seem to stay away from its beautiful landscape and clear waters. Like to people watch? You'll be able to do it for hours on end here. Or maybe you're looking for the ultimate beach experience, with trails to hike on surrounded by palm trees. You'll find that here, too.