Florida 10 best beaches



Cold already? Look out the window… if it’s anything other than sunny and 80 degrees, you probably wish you were in Florida right now.  Rent a car with Bakho’s and  take advantage of the Sunshine State at these top 10 beaches. Florida promises a beach for every visitor!






  • Delray Beach, FL 33444

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Delray Beach has become the “Best small town in America”. Enjoy this family-friendly 2 miles long beach and when the Sun goes down just take a walk on Atlantic Avenues and enjoy the city upscale shops, fine restaurants, nighttime entertainment, the cool architecture and the Pineapple Grove Arts District.






  • Key West, FL 33040

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Paradise is located just off the coast of mainland Florida — and it’s called Key West. Beaches are on the south side of the island. From the very busy Smathers Beach with its volleyball games and watersport concessions to the much quieter beach at Fort Zachary Taylor, you’ll want to sample them all. There are also several parks on the island even a public, 18-hole, 200-acre golf course that winds its way through beautiful tropical scenery. Facilities include a driving range, clubhouse and restaurant, and a pro shop. So your choice will depend on what you want to do. Just embrace the ultimate sub-tropical beach town!






  • South Beach, FL 33139

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It’s Miami Beach! This statement should be enough to convince you to go. But, in case you need more of an incentive, this might do it: South Beach is an International playground offering nonstop nightlife, smooth sand, gorgeous weather, all-night parties, celebrity sightings, unique architecture and plenty of eye candy. Is more like two cities — a family-friendly vacation when the sun is shining and a super-chic hotspot once the evening arrives. Is like Baywatch with an architectural twist … even the lifeguard stands are art deco masterpieces. What’s not to love?







  • Daytona Beach, FL 33114

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Daytona Beach’s 23 miles of soft, sandy shoreline is enough to satisfy any beachgoer. If you are in search of speed, spring break, great surfing and an unusual drive-along-beach Daytona is the place! “Festival Capital of Florida” is an easy title to defend, when you host more than 50 festivals and events every year.  Their auto-related events alone are quite impressive. From the many races at Daytona International Speedway to the Spring and Fall Turkey Run Car Show & Swap Meet events, to the increasingly popular Daytona Dream Cruise and Art of the Automobile car festivals – there are many reasons to visit, and many seasons from which to choose!






  • Naples Beach, Fl. 34102

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Naples beaches are the number one attraction for visitors, comprise seven miles of pure white “sugar” sand that edge the turquoise waters offering spectacular Gulf views and fantastic sunsets. Naples area beaches stretch over 30 miles from the Ft. Myers Beach to the City of Naples beaches. The beaches range from thriving mid-city beaches with full facilities and water sports rentals galore to quiet natural preserves and a state park, where observing wildlife and chilling take precedence.







  • Siesta Key, FL 34242

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Siesta Key Beach is central Sarasota’s gateway to the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico, an island with luxurious amenities and a relaxed vibe. Blessed with the world’s finest, whitest sand, Siesta Key is an eight mile barrier island graced with two more beaches, Crescent Beach and Turtle Beach.

Siesta Key is only a bridge away from the “epicenter” of Florida’s Culture, Sarasota, and is perfect for strolling, shell-collecting or more active pursuits, such as renting a catamaran or kayak from one of the many beach concessionaires. This perfect family vacation venue,  offers something for everyone. It’s a romantic getaway for lovers, a family vacation destination and a playground for active sports enthusiasts. With so much to see and do, it’s almost impossible to lie idle on Siesta Key. And don’t forget: Wherever you stay, the beach and bay are always nearby!





  • Clearwater Beach, FL 33767

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Clearwater Beach’s rated and voted as one of America’s finest beaches. It’s powdery sand and turquoise waters are just the beginning of what makes Clearwater so special.  This narrow, 3-mile stretch of the Pinellas Peninsula on the Gulf Coast, Clearwater Beach straddles the blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico to the west and tranquil Tampa Bay to the east. The proximity to Tampa offer visitors ample activities, such as sunbathing on white-sand beaches, diving into a game of beach volleyball, renting fishing boats, taking a dolphin-watching cruise, parasailing or heading to the nearby Clearwater Marine Aquarium (home to Winter the Dolphin from Dolphin Tale), and Caladesi Island (an unspoiled gulf beach that’s only accessible by boat). Clearwater offers a seemingly endless supply of entertainment, natural beauty, and outdoor activities both on land and at sea.




Vero Beach, FL. 32960

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An elegant city located along Florida’s Atlantic Coast, Vero Beach is a haven for golf, watersports and fishing. The location’s beaches are a prominent destination, drawing hundreds of visitors to the city yearly, yet Vero Beach is likewise known for its social providing, including real-time movie theater, shows, lecture collection as well as museums. The city also offers a fine selection of shops – both downtown and in large shopping malls – and delectable cuisine for all budgets.





Cocoa Beach, Fl 32931

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Cocoa Beach is a one-hour drive to the east of Orlando, Florida and makes for an out-of-this-world family vacation. You can ride some waves, check out the world-famous pier,  It’s Not Just a Fishing Pier – It’s an Adventure! A historic landmark on Florida’s Space Coast. Cocoa Beach Pier stretches 800 feet over the Atlantic Ocean and is home to restaurants, bars, gift shops and live musical entertainment. In addition to great fishing, the Cocoa Beach Pier offers fishing equipment rentals, beach rentals, fresh water showers, regulation beach volleyball courts, lifeguards year round and some of the absolute best surfing on the East Coast!marvel at Ron Jon’s, the world’s largest surf shop, hike through nature preserves, and explore mankind’s greatest journey at the nearby Kennedy Space Center. NASA’s launch headquarters is the only place on Earth where you can tour launch-pad areas, meet a veteran astronaut, see giant rockets, train in spaceflight simulators.




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