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Florida Beaches Guide - Caladesi Island State Park

Caladesi Island State ParkCaladesi Island State ParkA short ferry ride from Honeymoon Island State Park you'll find the secluded Caladesi Island. We think it's perfect, and apparently so do a lot of other people. It's a consistent winner...

Florida Beaches Guide - Ponte Vedra Beach

Get out your clubs and get ready for the most amazing golf you'll ever play. With 135 professional caliber holes, Ponte Vedra is a golfer's paradise. Home to the PGA Tour and the World Golf Hall of Ponte Vedra BeachPonte Vedra BeachFame, named this hot spot "the seventh best resort course in America." The beauty of the beach, the breathtaking views and the never ending excitement - it's no wonder so many visitors...

Florida Beaches Guide - Fernandina Beach

Mission: get yourself to the beach for some serious face time with the dolphins. Plan of action: harness your inner bond girl and jump on the first flight to Fernandina BeachFernandina BeachFernandina Beach. The snowy white beach has remained untouched by commercialism, which makes it a haven for anyone who wants to exchange the fast track for some sand between your toes.

Florida Beaches Guide - St. Joseph Peninsula National Park

St. Joseph Peninsula National ParkSt. Joseph Peninsula National ParkPrepare yourself. You're going to get lost in all the beauty St. Joseph has to offer. With miles of white sand and translucent waters, it's no surprise this beach ranks as one of the top beaches in the United States.

Florida Beaches Guide - St. Vincent Wildlife Refuge

St. Vincent Wildlife RefugeSt. Vincent Wildlife RefugeAdmit it. You booked a tour of Thailand after Leonardo stole your heart in The Beach. Still having DiCaprio dreams? Get your nature-loving self to the sandy shores, St. Vincent and continue on.

Florida Beaches Guide - Shell Island

Looking for a place to hang out with the dolphins? You're in luck. Shell Island is home to one of Shell IslandShell Islandhighest populations of bottle-nosed dolphins. It's on the secluded northern end of Wrightsville beach and only accessible by boat. It's the island to relax and get away from the stress of city life.

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