Florida Beaches!
Some of Florida's Most
Beautiful FL Beaches, including......

Anna Maria, Lido Beach,
Coquina Beach, Siesta Keus,
and Naples, FL

New! Venice FL area

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Coquina Beach
Coquina Beach
Forida Key
Coquina Beach
Lido Beach
Siesta Key
Coquina Beach
Siesta Key's long and beautiful beach
Siesta Key entrance to beach
Siesta Key
Wally sifting sand Siesta Key
Siesta Key
Turtle Beach
Bus on the way to the Southern Beaches
Gordon Pass
Crescent Beach, FL
aboard the Naples Princess Cruise
view from the Naples Princess Cruise
Coquina Beach
party boat near naples
another view from the Naples Princess Cruise
Beach Motel Turtle Beach

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Coquina Beach, Florida, is located on Anna Maria Island. Coquina Beach offers the longest stretch of beach on Anna Maria. You'll find the remains of an old pier that divides the various sections of the beach,
Winner of the "Worlds Fionest White Sand," Siesta Key Florida's Public Beach extends about a half mile where you'll view the most beautiful white sands in the world. Above:  Wally sifts the sand as if it were flour. The pure quartz is pulverized into powder. Siesta Keys was named the #2 of 25 Best USA beaches on the 2013 TripAdvisor website.  A boat launch is across the street, as well as Coquina BayWalk at Leffis Key where pathways lead visitors through the mangroves and lagoons. Keep an eye out at Leffis Key where you'll find a wide variety of birds.
Crescent Beach, Florida is also a little less crowded, and it features the same fine white sand you find in Siesta Key. Located just south of Siesta Key Public Beach, it stretches for over a mile to the Point of Rocks, where you'll find scuba diving. Palmer Point Beach begins at the southern tip of  Siesta Key and continues to the end of  Casey Key.
You'll see the Gordon Pass on the Naples Princess Cruise. Naples Beach, Florida, offers over 10 miles of sandy beach. Of all the natural attrctions that Naples has to offer, and the beaches that line the shores arfe the most popular, Naples Beach boasts some of the most beautiful beaches and homes you will find anywhere. And the sunsets are gorgeous in Naples!
1. Longboat Key viewed from Lido Beach, Fl. 2. "Party Boat" near Naples.
At the southern end of Siesta Key is Turtle Beach, Florida. The sand is not as white or fine, but due to that, the shelling is better. Turtle Beach is a fairly quiet beach shere a family can appreciate the solitude.  You'll find picnic tables, pavilions with grills, ample parking, and playground equipment.