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5 beaches to enjoy in Florida

Florida is a state with many beaches and a tropical climate, which is why it is much loved by Latino immigrants. Many Americans also go to Florida during the vacation season to escape the harsh winter in many US states.

Like California, Florida has white sandy beaches, perfect for those who love living by the sea, or spending sunny vacations in a tropical climate. These are some beautiful beaches to enjoy in Florida with the whole family:

Clearwater Beach: One of the best American beaches

Clearwater Beach is located in the city of the same name and is often ranked among the best beaches in the United States, offering white sands and calm waters.

The area where Clearwater Beach is located was originally inhabited by indigenous peoples, such as the Tocobaga, before the first settlers arrived in 1841. The town's name was translated from the native "Pocotopaug", which also means "clear waters".

In the early decades of the 20th century, Clearwater Beach began to develop as a popular tourist destination, with the construction of hotels and seaside attractions.

Clearwater Beach's Beach Walk offers a lively atmosphere with a variety of seaside restaurants. Want to admire an incredible sunset? Spend an afternoon at Pier 60, Clearwater Beach's famous spot.

Siesta Key Beach: The finest white sand in the USA

Located in Sarasota, Siesta Key Beach is famous for its turquoise waters and fine white sand - composed almost entirely of quartz, and therefore always cool even in high temperatures.

Consistently voted the best beach in the United States and one of the best beaches in the world, Siesta Key offers a laid-back atmosphere, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the day in the shade of palm trees.

Like many areas in Florida, Siesta Key was initially inhabited by indigenous peoples, such as the Calusa, before the arrival of European settlers. The first hotel on Siesta Beach was founded in 1906, and the beach became incredibly popular from the 1920s and 1930s onwards, as the amenities and services available on the beach increased.

Siesta Key Beach is the perfect Florida paradise for tourists, residents, visitors, and anyone who loves to spend a sunny day by the sea.

South Beach - Miami: Incredible beach and art deco architecture

Miami's South Beach is more than a beach; it's a lifestyle! Known for its vibrant blue waters, golden sands and Art Deco architecture, South Beach offers a unique beach experience filled with nightlife, sophisticated restaurants and an electrifying energy.

The Art Deco district of South Beach is one of the largest architectural ensembles of this style in the world, famous for its colorful buildings and geometric designs. Originally founded as a farm in 1870, South Beach began to attract tourists in the 1920s, but it was after the 1980s that the area experienced a real estate boom and became one of the most expensive and prized areas in the United States.

South Beach regularly hosts fashion events, electronic music festivals and exotic car shows, making it a meeting point for fashion lovers and luxury lifestyle enthusiasts.

To enjoy South Beach beyond the beach, take a stroll along Lincoln Road, which offers plenty of stores, cafés, galleries and attractions; or visit Española Way, a street modeled after Mediterranean architecture and lined with Latin and Italian restaurants.

Naples Beach: Elegance by the Sea

Naples Beach is one of Florida's most expensive and luxurious beach destinations. A region loved by retirees and millionaire residents, it is also the destination of many tourists who come to Naples to enjoy its luxury hotels and resorts.

Naples was also originally inhabited by the native Calusa population, who resisted Juan Ponce de León's attempts to establish a Spanish colony in Florida in 1513. It wasn't until 1886 that a company to establish the city of Naples was founded by John Stuart Williams and his partner Walter Newman Haldeman.

The boom in Naples' tourist development came in the 1920s with the construction of the famous Naples Hotel, which began to welcome many tourists fleeing the freezing American winter climate.

Naples Beach is a tropical paradise all year round: there are more than 300 days a year of sunny weather on the beach and in the city of Naples. 

In addition to enjoying its beautiful beach with turquoise waters and white sand, you can also visit the Naples Pier and enjoy a sunny afternoon watching fish and dolphins in this beautiful paradise located on the Gulf of Mexico.

Pensacola Beach: Preserved Natural Beauty

Pensacola Beach, located on Florida's Gulf Coast, is a seaside gem known for its crystal-clear waters, super-white sands and laid-back atmosphere.

A significant part of Pensacola Beach is part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore, a protected area that offers pristine beaches and unspoiled natural environments. The turquoise waters of Pensacola Beach attract tens of thousands of tourists all year round.

Want to enjoy Pensacola Beach after a swim? Visit the Pensacola Beach Pier, which offers panoramic views of the Gulf of Mexico and is a meeting place for dolphin watchers and fishing and nature enthusiasts.

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