Best Beach Towns in Florida[2023]

Sanibel Island

Known for its abundance of oysters, Sanibel is one of Florida's prettiest beach towns—with miles of pastel-colored, oyster-filled beaches just waiting to be collected.


From expansive beaches to chef-driven cuisine to the most gorgeous sunsets we've ever seen, forget what anyone told you about Naples being just another retirement city in Florida.

Captiva Island

Nearly 15 miles of beaches ? check. Bizarre, tropical environment? double check. wildlife Reserve? Yes, Captiva has that too. less than a 20-minute drive to Sanibel.

Amelia Island

Minutes from the Florida-Georgia line, Amelia Island is one of the Sunshine State's northernmost beach towns. If you are interested in playing golf.

Sunny Isles

Just less than two miles long, Sunny Isles is one of our favorite beach towns in South Florida for one simple reason: It's home to the Aqualina Resort & Spa.

Key Largo

Fishing, jet ski riding, sailing, swimming: Key Largo is the place where you'll want to spend every waking minute on the water. photo-worthy sunset.

Bal Harbour

Don't let its size fool you: Although Bal Harbor is barely a mile long, this neighborhood is packed with some of the best restaurants, shops, and hotels in the entire state.


At 875 square miles, Jacksonville is the largest city in the continental U.S. is the largest city of. It is one of the largest cities. With 22 miles of stunning coastline.

St. Pete

If you're looking for a beach town with diversity, St. Pete is the place for you. Feeling adventurous? Enjoy the watersports of your choice at St. Pete Beach. want to relax.

Key West

Brightly colored beach houses, fresh seafood, the Ernest Hemingway Home and Duval Street's bustling nightlife - we love everything about Key West.

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