Guide to Best Beach Days in South Florida

Florida is famous worldwide in large part due to its bountiful and beautiful beaches. For many people, the first places that come to mind when thinking about the sunny south of Florida are Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and the Keys.We are lucky to call this area of the world our home! For locals, we know all the popular spots like South Beach and Fort Lauderdale Beach is in our backyard, so often we desire something different and not over-crowded when planning a beach day. So this guide is for you!

Grab your cooler, pack your car and check out these beach spots for your next ultimate beach day!


This one will take more planning than the others, but well worth a visit. Located 70 miles west of Key West across open water, this very-remote national park is a true escape from day to day life. It is accessible only by ferry or seaplane. But you won’t miss civilization. The Dry Tortugas are like something from your dreams about paradise.. The park is dominated by Fort Jeferson, the largest brick building in the western hemisphere. Surrounded by impossibly crystalline, turquoise-hued waters, its beaches are lush with sugary sand that begs you to ditch your sandals.You can kick back on the beach, snorkel the beautiful living reef or explore the island. You can even camp here, which is on my Bucket List, with reservations.