This fun-filled barrier island off the coast of Sarasota in the Gulf of Mexico is popular with couples and kids alike (and was featured in the MTV programme "Siesta Key").
Marco Island, Florida, is accessible through two bridges from Naples, Florida, and attracts travellers with its unique blend of luxurious resorts and untouched ecosystems.
Palm Beach offers plenty to offer every sort of tourist, whether you're window shopping down Worth Avenue.
Delray Beach, sometimes known as "Florida's Seaside Village," is a popular destination for vacationers seeking both a small-town ambiance and a city's entertainment possibilities.
Santa Rosa Beach, which stretches for 26 miles along the northwest coast of Florida, is the place to go for white sand.
Families are drawn to Destin because of its white dunes, beautiful Gulf seas, and abundant sunlight.
It would be difficult to locate a location in Florida with quieter and more tranquil coastlines than Sanibel Island.
Visit Fort Walton Beach on the Florida Gulf Coast for its laid-back beaches, deep-sea fishing, golf, and family-friendly activities ranging from aquariums to parks.
Located about 75 miles southwest of Tallahassee, St. George Island is a popular destination for those seeking leisure.
With its abundance of golf courses, gourmet restaurants, and shops, Naples provides visitors with an upmarket Florida escape.