The Best Florida Beaches in Winter
Right after the holidays is when so many northerners or people from cold areas of the country are looking for someplace warm to travel to. Florida is the perfect location to beat the winter blues. beaches
that offer not only beauty but activities as well, are the most sought after Florida beaches in the winter months.
One of the hottest and sexiest beaches on the gulf coast is Clearwater beach. This beach is a hot spot throughout the winter months. The beach offers pristine views of the sparkling Gulf of Mexico and is the perfect beach for showing off that bikini body---even in January. Clearwater Beach has full service amenities, including restrooms, a food kiosk and showers. There are inflatable toys and rides directly adjacent from the beach---which makes for a great getaway for the kids. There is a boardwalk that offers dock fishing located within walking distance of the beach. This beach is close to popular area hot spots such as Captain Memos Pirate Cruise, Frenchy's Rockaway Cafe, Crabby Bills and sunsets at Pier 60.
Captain Memos Pirate Cruise
Clearwater Beach, FL 33767
Tel: (727) 446-2587
Frenchy's Rockaway Grill
7 Rockaway St
Clearwater Beach, Florida 33767
37 Causeway Blvd
Clearwater Beach, Florida 33767
Sunsets at Pier 60
10 Pier 60 Dr.
Clearwater, FL 33767
Miami is one of the most premier adult beach destinations in the state of Florida. Here, Miami's rich and famous populate this trendy beach throughout the winter months. The area is home to some of the best beach bodies on the planet. For those who have it, they can flaunt it either topless, or with a micro-mini bikini. South Beach Kayak offers kayak rides throughout the week. The Nikki Beach Restaurant and Bar is a place to enjoy some of the hottest entertainment in the area.
South Beach Kayak
1771 Purdy Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Tel: (305) 332-2853
Nikki Beach Restaurant and Bar
One Ocean Drive
Miami, FL 33139
Tel: (305) 538-1111
Caladesi seems to be one of Florida's most unspoiled and natural beaches. Here, there are plenty of things to do on the island, especially during the winter months. There are plenty of natural trails throughout the island. There are also hidden mangroves tucked throughout this barrier island, making it the perfect place to explore via a rented kayak. See wildlife such as osprey, rattlesnakes and tortoises. Shells can be found along the shoreline of Caladesi. Relaxing on the beach is welcome anytime of the year and the views are pristine as there is an unspoiled open view of the Gulf of Mexico.
Daytona Beach is known for being a hot spot for teens, college students and spring breakers. Along the beach, surfing, para-sailing and water-skiing are popular sports. Just a short walking distance away from the beach is the Ponce Inlet Walking Tour is a great way to explore the lighthouse and historic homes that abound in the area. Cars are allowed in some areas of Daytona and is perfect for large group parties or get togethers. Sunrises are a must see on Daytona Beach---rise up early to catch a beautiful glimpse of this natural beauty.
Bahia Honda Beach
Tucked down in the Florida Keys, Bahia Honda Beach is a little piece of paradise in southern Florida. Located in Big Pine Key---Bahia Honda is approximately 34 miles north of Key West off Highway 1. There is more to do here than just relax---although relaxing is encouraged. Camp right on the ocean among the endangered Key Deer and Geckos of the area. Enjoy kayaking, snorkeling, bicycling and some of the best fishing in the state.
Bahia Honda State Park
36850 Overseas Hwy
Big Pine Key, FL 33043
Tel: (305) 872-2353
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