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Exploring the Gulf Coast

Clearwater beach

Clearwater is located in Pinellas County on the west coast of Florida in the US We are on the Pinellas Peninsula between the Gulf of Mexico to the west and Tampa Bay to the east.
This beach is popular with the younger crowd and is the perfect base for day trips to Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Orlando.
Clearwater has an average of 361 days of sunshine per year.

Sand Key Park

Sand Key Park has a large, beautiful beach that is popular with families.
Sand Key Park was opened in August 1984. Ninety-five acres are located on Sand Key, which is a barrier island between the Gulf of Mexico and the mainland of Florida. Clearwater Pass (which runs from the gulf to the Intracoastal Waterway) separates the park from the Clearwater Beach resort area.

Indian Rocks Beach

This beautiful beach offers a rare opportunity to surf the gentle waves of the Gulf.
Indian Rocks Beach is located on a barrier island off the west coast of Florida, 30 minutes from Tampa International Airport.

Madeira beach

Madeira Beach is located midway between St. Pete Beach and Clearwater Beach offering a quieter alternative to these more populated beaches, making it an ideal vacation spot for the whole family.
You can watch fishing boats unload their catch at nearby Johns Pass.

St. Pete Beach

St. Pete Beach is located directly on the Gulf of Mexico at the western end of the Tampa Bay area, St. Pete Beach is only 45 minutes from Busch Gardens in Tampa and 90 minutes from Walt Disney World and Universal Studios in Orlando .
This beach has excellent facilities for water sports.


Pass-a-Grille Beach offers visitors a glimpse of ‘Old Florida’.
Visit for great views of the sunsets and dolphins.

Do not miss …

– Boat trips around Biscayne Bay

Take a relaxing cruise between downtown Miami and Miami Beach.
Cruise through Biscayne Bay covering the skyline of Downtown Miami, the Port of Miami, Brickell Key, Fisher Island and the famous Miami Beach islands known as ‘Millionaire’s Row’.

– Cedar key

This remote island off the northwest coast of Florida is a delightful getaway.
Cedar Key is a quiet island community nestled among many tiny keys on Florida’s Gulf Coast. This area is admired for its natural beauty and abundant seafood offerings. It is a quiet town, rich in the almost forgotten history of ‘Old Florida’.

– Snorkel in Key Largo.

Considered by locals as the diving capital of the world, the island is almost as famous as a sport fishing destination.

– Canaveral National Seashore and Merritt Island

The area near the CaƱaveral launch site has an astonishing variety of wildlife and a wide range of habitats – watch out for alligators!
Canaveral National Seashore – This national shoreline features 24 miles of undeveloped beach on Barite Island off the coast of central Florida. The climate is semi-tropical with an average air temperature throughout the year of 79 degrees and 295 days of sunshine. There are three beaches: Playalinda, Klondike (for hikers) and Apollo.

– Jackson Beaches

This beach is 12 miles east of downtown Jacksonville. There are about 6 beaches stretching 28 miles north and south along the Atlantic coast.

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