Itching To Get Away? Go For a Florida Beach Adventure!

Friday, 6 December 2013
When planning the ultimate getaway, most travelers envision a beach adventure. This is only natural of course, as nothing beats feeling the sand between one’s toes, breathing in the fresh sea breeze and getting a sun-kissed look. When choosing the perfect haven of sand and sea, there’s no better option than the best beaches Florida could offer.

The Florida Option

Being the Sunshine State of America, Florida features warm pleasant weather and miles upon miles of beaches. As a matter of fact, it serves as the home state of two national sea shores, the Canaveral National Seashore situated on the barrier island along the Atlantic Coast of the state, and the Gulf Island National Seashore, which is located in northwest region of Florida, near Mississippi. Attracting over 60 million visitors each year, it’s no surprise that Florida ranks among the top vacation destinations in the United States.

When it comes to naming the most idyllic beaches Florida could offer, Navarre Beach and Pensacola Beach instantly come to mind. These West Florida beaches boast of white-sand shores and pristine blue waters, two paradise destinations that await tourists who want to experience only the best beach vacation they could ever have.

Play with nature at Navarre Beach!

The great thing about touring Navarre Beach is that there are many diverse activities to do. Tourists could either grow butterflies at the Panhandle Butterfly House, or catch some big fish at the Navarre Pier. Spotting some sharks at the Souvenir City and Shark Museum is also a great option, especially for children.

This tourist destination is an ideal getaway not only for those who want a relaxing time away from a busy life, but also for families who want to make most out of their time together. Navarre Beach is located on Santa Rosa Island, and was the primary setting of the 1978 film, “Jaws 2.”

Attend a Music Party at Pensacola Beach!

Located near Navarre, Pensacola Beach is popular for having exceptionally white sand and an ideal climate. In the winter, the Pensacola temperature is comfortably warmer than most regions, while summers are breezy cool. The rich military history of the Pensacola area makes it a fun and educational tourist destination. Tourists may relive American history at Fort Barrancas and at the Veterans Memorial Park/Wall South. They may explore and learn about marine life at the Gulfarium, and afterwards head to The Pensacola Lighthouse for a good dose of ghost stories. Apart from these scenic and entertaining tours, Pensacola Beach offers great times at Chumuckla's Farmer's Opry House, where sumptuous American dinners are served with great country and gospel music. There’s nothing better to punctuate a day except for great company and the right combination of musical notes and delicious drinks, so that dropping by this laid-back Florida joint is definitely necessary for any tourist.

It’s hard to imagine a Florida vacation without Navarre Beach and Pensacola Beach topping the list, especially when these two tourist destinations are the best spots where to shake off stress gain newfound energy.

by Greg Schnoor


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