Florida is a world of magnificent beaches, spectacular fishing, great diving, and diverse wildlife both above and below water. More sun, sea, and sand can be had in the south.
Panama City Beach offers 27 miles (43 km) of white sand beaches on the Emerald Coast. The beach is a popular destination for residents of the southern US.
A beautiful city beach, the nearby wildlife refuges make it a popular tourist destination, such as Everglades National Park, Florida Panther National Wildlife Reserve, and Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary.
Aside from beachcombing and looking for wildlife, attractions on Sanibel Island include a highly-rated historical museum, a botanical garden, a lighthouse and an arts center.
Located on the Atlantic Ocean about 23 miles (37 km) north of Miami Beach, Fort Lauderdale is also known as the “Venice of America” due to its expansive canal system.
There are numerous activities available, including fishing, sailing, kayaking, and dolphin tours, in addition to lounging in the white sand and swimming in the clear water.
Pensacola has a lovely Santa Rosa Island separating it from the Gulf of Mexico, creating calm, kid-friendly sandy beaches.
Fort Myers is a modern commercial center, a gateway to sunny southwest Florida and a place that attracts thousands of tourists to its lovely beaches.
Anywhere on the Keys you can charter a boat and go fishing, snorkeling or diving, rent a kayak and explore the mysterious mangroves, sample unique local cuisine, etc