Secret Beaches In Florida You Should Visit
Available accommodations in the area include a campground inside the park and the great Long Point Park nearby with over 100 waterfront sites.
Delray Beach. In South Florida lies another clandestine beach that is promising a genuine South Florida beach vibe without the associated dose of attitude. This is the Delray Beach with largely preserved dunes, embedded with beautiful extensive sand beaches reachable via intertwined arches of sea grapes luring in.
Delray Beach is located in-between the elusive riches of Palm Beach to the north and Fort Lauderdale’s flamboyant yacht culture to the south. Here you will be offered with a unique cuisine which you may call a Cuban food at first but actually a Nuevo Latino dish with killer seafood and a tapas-heavy menu.
Accessible accommodation is Delray’s oldest residence, the Sundy House, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Fort DeSoto State Park. Situated in West Coast Florida, Fort DeSoto Park is deemed by the bay area locals as the best beach around with its stunning swath of sand near Tampa. Recreational boaters usually come during weekends within swimming distance of the sugary sands.
While North Beach in Fort DeSoto is one of American best beaches, only a few tourists come to visit the State Park. The place is promising with 900 acres of bike trails to explore as you arrive by car, plus beaches and nature walks. Surface onto an entirely natural beach key for strolling, shelling or swimming in warm shallow waters, as you leave the parking area at North Beach. A short stroll by the water’s edge can lead you to a clandestine piece of paradise.