Florida's Atlantic Coast Beaches
This African-American beach lies along Florida's East Coast between Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island Plantation.
Atlantic Beach is one of three that comprise Jacksonville's oceanfront.
A stretch of sand along the south end of New Smyrna Beach on Florida's East Coast that provides a mixed bag of beach experiences.
Just an hour east of Orlando and the attractions is the closest beach, and it's the hippest, happening, all-around place that has surf!
Daytona Beach is not just the spring break capital of Florida - it is a great destination for families where you can drive right on the beach and activities are plentiful.
Daytona Beach: Big Beach... Big Fun!
Daytona Beach, Florida is a big beach with big fun for all ages!
This well-preserved city at the northern end of Amelia Island, Florida's northern-most barrier island, marks the beginning of Florida's "First Coast."
Often called the "Peaceful Beach," because of lack of interest from the outside world, Flagler's beach is a well-kept secret.
Fort Lauderdale: Venice of America
It is the Intracoastal Waterway – stretching south to Miami – and the waterfront homes which dot it, that have earned Greater Fort Lauderdale its reputation as the "Venice of America."
Miami's South Beach: America's Riviera
The Art Deco District at Miami's South Beach is the world's most in-vogue neighborhood. If you want to see celebs, this is the place to be!
Playalinda Beach is one of the few areas in Florida where nude sunbathing is still a practice.
This upscale resort development is located at the south end of Fernandina Beach on Florida's East Coast.