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The - World's Most Famous Beach - is Daytona Beach. Its 23 miles of beautiful white sand beaches are famous the world over dating back from the very early 1900's when automobiles were first raced on the beach.
The Town of Palm Beach (called Palm Beach Island or the Island of Palm Beach to differentiate between the town and the county) is an upscale incorporated town in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States.
St. Pete Beach
St. Pete Beach is the perfect location for your Florida vacation! Located directly on the Gulf of Mexico on the western edge of the Tampa Bay area, St. Pete Beach is only 45 minutes from Busch Gardens in Tampa and 90 minutes from Disney World, Epcot and Universal Studios in Orlando.
Cocoa Beach is a city in Brevard County, Florida, United States.
Kure Beach is a town in New Hanover County, North Carolina about 15 miles south of Wilmington, North Carolina. It is found on Pleasure Island directly south of the Wilmington Beach annex of Carolina Beach and just north of Fort Fisher.
Ocean Isle Beach
cvOcean Isle Beach is a town located in Brunswick County, North Carolina, United States. Located at the southern end of North Carolina's Atlantic Ocean coastline, with access to the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, Ocean Isle Beach has many beach houses and second homes, and is a tourist attraction because of its beauty, atmosphere, and proximity to other major beach towns.
Coolum Beach is a must to visit with fantastic white beaches and incredibly blue waters. Despite being quiet and relaxed with a inviting village atmosphere Coolum has all the facilities of a resort town. From 5 star resorts to budget accommodation, up-market beach-side restaurants to cheap take-aways...Coolum has it all!
Sebastian is a city in Indian River County, State of Florida, United States, in an area known as treasure coast, and is home to the Pelican Island wildlife refuge.
Mission Beach is a community on a stretch of sandbar along the Pacific Ocean to the west and Mission Bay to the east in San Diego. The main artery through Mission Beach is Mission Boulevard, which is divided into South Mission, a peninsula, and North Mission.
Wrightsville Beach is a special place for both the resident and the visitor and is quite unlike the commercial beaches that often come to mind when one thinks of the coast. There is no carnival atmosphere -- no Ferris wheels or gaudy displays of beach merchandise (well, maybe just one that locals try hard to overlook), no bumper boats, no arcade. Instead, Wrightsville Beach is primarily an affluent residential community that has its roots in Wilmington.