Six Florida Islands You Must Visit
Known for sugar white sandy beaches and a quaint Key West vibe. Anna Maria Island is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. Fishing, boating, kayaking, fishing and yoga on the beach are the main staples of island enjoyment. Don’t be surprised to find an abundance of golf carts zipping around the island as it’s the preferred mode of transportation.
Sanibel Island is known for being one of Florida’s perfect shelling beaches. The 19th-century lighthouse and untouched beaches are a great getaway for snowbirds, families and nature lovers. With an average temperature of 82 degrees, it’s an ideal vacation destination.
Beach to Bay living is the essence of this quiet island. Enjoy boating and fishing on the Bayside and walk a few steps to the Gulf beaches for some tanning and swimming. Nearby Stump Pass State Park boasts 2-miles of nature trails to enjoy. Perfect for off the beaten path vacation goers.
Marco Island has an abundance of condos perfect for snowbirds and mobility restricted travelers. Highlights of the area are the pristine beaches, marinas and golf courses, as well as a network of inland waterways to explore.
A string of tropical islands on Florida’s southern tip, the Florida Keys are a destination for fishing, boating, snorkeling and scuba diving. Great for adventure seekers.
America’s “Number 1 Pet-Friendly Beach” is found on Cape San Blas, including horses! Escape the crowds, kick back and relax on this natural island along the Forgotten Coast. Don’t forget to bring your furry family member!
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