Popular Florida Beaches

A Look At Four Popular Florida Beaches

Cocoa Beach:

More laid back, perhaps because of its situation between what was once the Spring Break capitols of America, Cocoa Beach is one of many seaside communities that dot Florida’s tropical eastern seaboard. Attractions here are the boardwalk and pier (seen off in the distance), Cape Canaveral and the main location of the Ron Jon Surf Shop located right on the beach.
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South Beach:

South Beach is a city that needs no introduction. Besides being a mecca for models, movie stars and world famous nightlife, it’s also home to some of the most beautiful white, sandy beaches in the world.
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Daytona Beach:

“Welcome to Daytona Beach,” unless you’re a college student on Spring Break, that is. At one time (in the 20th century) the eastern coast of Florida could be considered the Spring Break capitol of the world. The trend started in Fort Lauderdale and lasted up to the early 1990s when the town enacted restrictive laws to discourage college students from going there during Spring Break. The party goers responded by moving to Daytona Beach. That lasted a few years until Daytona decided to follow the same poor example of Fort Lauderdale and enacted more restrictive laws forcing students to Panama City Beach which welcomed the Spring Breakers with open arms. Today, although a “few” students still come for Spring Break, Daytona is known more for its Bike Week and the Daytona 500.
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Panama City Beach:

Having been evicted from Ft. Lauderdale and Daytona Beach before it, college students made Panama City Beach their new home in the late 1990s and the new Spring Break mecca of America. Every year (especially during March & April) Panama City welcomes 500,000 college students to its tiny seaside community making it the unofficial “Spring Break capitol of the world.”
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