10 Beaches in Florida 

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South Beach - There is a lot to see in South Beach. From historic art, glistening waters and Florida's famous sunshine to nightlife, Miami's South Beach has a lot to offer.

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Lauderdale-by-the-Sea - Call me biased, but Lauderdale-by-the-Sea is my favorite beach in South Florida. This Fort Lauderdale beach is right down the street from my apartment.

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Jupiter Island - The beaches on the island don't offer a lot of parking or access points, but that's what makes these beaches special.

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Hollywood Beach - Of all the beautiful beaches spread along Florida's east coast, Hollywood Beach is one of the more interesting.

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Lover's Key State Park - The narrow barrier island is a respite from the busy public beaches of nearby Fort Myers, while serving as a haven for outdoor adventures of all kinds.

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Bowman Beach - Bowman Beach is a picturesque, isolated beach on Sanibel Island. From the parking lot to the beach is a 5-minute walk.

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Naples Beach – The most popular is Naples Beach. Beach goers have all the amenities they need for a quiet and relaxing beach day.

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Marco Beach - Marco Beach is the main stretch of sand on Marco Island and one of Florida's most pristine beaches.

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Smathers Beach - Key West's largest beach is perfect for an afternoon of fishing, snorkeling or paddling.

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Henderson Beach State Park - Henderson Beach State Park is located in the heart of popular tourist destination Destin. However, in recent years the surrounding city has grown significantly.

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