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Florida's Atlantic Coast Beaches

Great beaches on the east coast of Florida and the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

American Beach
This African-American beach lies along Florida's East Coast between Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island Plantation.

Atlantic Beach
Atlantic Beach is one of three that comprise Jacksonville's oceanfront.

Bethune Beach
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.

Cocoa Beach
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
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!

Fernandina Beach
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."

Flagler Beach
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
Playalinda Beach is one of the few areas in Florida where nude sunbathing is still a practice.

Summer Beach
This upscale resort development is located at the south end of Fernandina Beach on Florida's East Coast.

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