The Clearwater Beach is a picturesque 3 mile long sandy stretch on the Pinellas Peninsula on the Gulf Coast, Florida. Tourists enjoy luxury sun bathing, and water sports such as diving, beach volleyball, parasailing, dolphin-watch cruises and more. The giant aquarium on the Clearwater beach is a major tourist attraction, especially with children. The aquarium management organizes special guided ‘sea life safari’ boat rides that introduce tourist to the wonderful world of underwater existence.
Located in the Palm Beach County, Delray Beach is actually a little beach village. Ideal for tourists interested in sunbathing, water sports and beach picnics, Delray beach is famous for the Atlantic Avenue. The Pineapple Grove Arts District is a very popular tour attraction. Delray Beach has everything from great seafood joints to shopping haunts.
Siesta Key Beach
Siesta Key is a happening beach. Very popular with the local crowd and tourists the beach offers opportunities for water sports, kayaking, catamaran rides and more. There are private cottages on the beach that offer accommodation and candlelit beach dinners for the interested. The sandy stretch is strewn with pretty shells and is perfect for collectors.
A barrier island, Sanibel is a ‘shell island’. Tourists look forward to low tide when the sandy stretch is dotted with colorful conch and scallop shells of every conceivable shape and size. Great for romantic walks and family outings, the Sanibel Beach is a must visit.
The 14-mile long Palm beach is one of the most bustling beaches in Florida. It is known for the fancy seaside dwellings owned by the rich and famous. The John D. MacArthur State Park is a very popular tour attraction.