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Best Florida beaches for a relaxing getaway?
Sometimes when you head out for a Florida beach vacation you want to relax. It can be hard to get any
relaxing done if you’re at a beach with a lot of noise with swimming, fishing, and other water activities.
You’ll be able to find a calming vacation at any of these beaches:
Delray Beach –
Delray offers many attractions from art to parks and recreation. There is also a historical society
if you’re interested in the history of the beach. Delray Beach is a walkable beach front with shopping,
nature parks, and museums.
Caladesi Island –
offering a smooth ferry ride to the beach that is well worth it, you’ll see birds and possibly dolphins
along your ride. The captions on of the ferry tell about the history along the 15 minute ride.
You can take travel along the kayak in Mangroves or search for seashells.
Palm Beach –
Palm beach has a variety of activities to keep you busy without being too fast paced.
You can do a little golfing, play tennis, or just enjoy the quiet beach and soft sand. Grab
a seat at the door and reflexology spa then sit beach-side with a good book.
Atlantic Beach –
the laid back beaches of the Atlantic are no strangers to favorite past times. The big city
is Jacksonville is close by if you decide to visit the city, if you’d rather not then Atlantic beach
has everything you’ll need.
Pass A Grille Beach –
with their ferry service you can enjoy dolphin watching, see the beautiful sunsets,
rides to Anna Maria island, and snorkeling. If you need a break, you can treat yourself
to a facial at Spa Oceana. You can travel all over the beach with a free beach ride!
South Beach –
located within miles of Miami Beach South Beach has anything you’d need to relax.
Whether you want to recline in the sun on the sandy white beaches or see the colorful buildings
it is all available to you. There is also a spa located at the beach in case you’d like to take an extra load off.
St. George Island –
this island offers a lot to do so it appeals to everyone. The golf cart rentals are great for a cruise around
the beach and nearby attractions. Journey’s of St. George Island offers dolphin and whale watching,
charter fishing, if you get hungry you can visit the Raw Bar.
Pensacola Beach –
this beach offers two strips of beaches. You can enjoy the Gulf side or you can find serenity in the
sound part of the beach. Pensacola is like the best of both world as far as beaches go.
Shops and restaurants back into the Santa Rosa Sound. The waves are gentle, the water is clear
and famous white sound make it a great place to lounge the days away.
If you like to sit in peace and quiet, golf, walk nature trails, or swim with the dolphins you’ll find
something you love with these top Florida beaches.