Map Of Every Florida Beach

Looking at a map of Florida beaches makes you realize just how beautiful Florida’s coastline is. From the famous South Beach to Daytona, to Panama City Beach, Florida has a monopoly on white sand, beautiful skies and crystal clear water.

The state of Florida has 360 miles of coastline where (at least) 189 official beaches are located. Florida is a state where many people who deal with the annoyance of snow go to have fun during the winter, making Florida a state very dependent on tourism and making people happy. To learn about Florida’s beaches, and where the top beaches are, check out this guide.

I grew up down in Florida, and in the Keys, there’s this place called Sea Camp which was not unlike Space Camp, except you explored the sea. And so that kind of whetted my appetite for that. But then I ended up swimming in a lagoon full of Cassiopeia jellyfish, and that quickly quashed that desire to be a marine biologist. – Joe Lo Truglio

Every Florida Beach

The state of Florida is highlighted in red and the darker red outline (along with the water) are all the beaches Florida has to offer.

As you can see from the map above, Florida has a lot of beaches to offer. Down near the Everglade National Park is where the division between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean meet up. What that means is that within the same day you can play in the water in the Gulf of Mexico, then drive down and play in the water in the Atlantic Ocean within a short amount of time.

We made a list of every single beach Florida has so that you know all the names of every Florida beach. This list is in alphabetical order.

Every Single Beach in Florida In Alphabetical Order
CountBeach Name
1Alligator Point
2Amelia City
3Amelia Island
4American Beach
5Anna Maria Island
6Anne’s Beach
7Atlantic Beach
8Bahia Honda Key
9Bal Harbour
10Ballast Key
11Belleair Beach
12Belleair Shore
13Bethune Beach
14Beverly Beach
15Big Lagoon State Park
16Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
17Boca Chica Key
18Boca Grande
19Boca Raton
20Boneyard Beach
21Bonita Springs
22Boynton Beach
23Bradenton Beach
24Briny Breezes
25Butler Beach
26Caladesi Island
27Canaveral National Seashore
28Cape Canaveral
29Cape Canaveral
30Cape St. George Island
31Captiva Island
32Captiva
33Carrabelle
34Cedar Keys
35City of Anna Maria
36Clearwater Beach Island
37Cocoa Beach
38Crandon Park
39Crescent Beach, St. Johns County
40Dania Beach
41Daytona Beach Shores
42Daytona Beach
43Deerfield Beach
44Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park
45Delray Beach
46Destin
47Dog Island
48Don Pedro Island
49Don Pedro Island State Park
50Dry Tortugas
51Dry Tortugas National Park
52Dunedin
53Eastpoint
54Egmont Key
55Estero Island
56Flagler Beach
57Fort De Soto Park
58Fort Island Gulf Beach
59Fort Lauderdale
60Fort Myers Beach
61Fort Walton Beach
62Gasparilla Island State Park
63Golden Beach
64Grayton Beach State Park
65Grayton Beach
66Gulf Islands National Seashore
67Hallandale Beach
68Haulover Park
69Henderson Beach State Park
70Highland Beach
71Hillsboro Beach
72Hollywood
73Holmes Beach
74Honeymoon Island
75Hugh Taylor Birch State Park
76Hutchinson Island
77Hutchinson Island South
78Indialantic
79Indian Harbour Beach
80Indian River Shores
81Indian Rocks Beach
82Indian Shores
83Inlet Beach
84Jacksonville Beach
85Jacksonville Beaches
86Jensen Beach
87John D. MacArthur Beach State Park
88John U. Lloyd Beach State Park
89Juno Beach
90Juno Dunes Natural Area
91Jupiter Inlet Colony
92Jupiter Island
93Jupiter Island
94Jupiter
95Key Biscayne
96Key Colony Beach
97Key West
98Laguna Beach
99Lake Worth
100Lanark Village
101Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
102Lido Key
103Little Duck Key
104Little Gasparilla Island
105Little Talbot Island
106Loggerhead Park
107Long Key
108Long Key State Park
109Lovers Key State Park
110Lower Matecumbe Key
111Madeira Beach
112Manalapan
113Manasota Key
114Marathon
115Marco Island
116Marquesas Keys
117Mashes Sands
118Matanzas Inlet
119Matheson Hammock Park
120Melbourne Beach
121Mexico Beach
122Miami Beach
123Miramar Beach
124Money Key
125Mule Keys
126Naples
127Neptune Beach
128New Smyrna Beach
129Nokomis
130North Captiva Island
131North Redington Beach
132Oleta River State Park
133Orchid Island
134Orchid
135Oriole Beach
136Ormond Beach
137Ormond-by-the-Sea
138Oscar Scherer State Park
139Osprey
140Palm Beach Island
141Palm Beach Shores
142Palm Key
143Panama City Beach
144Pensacola Beach
145Perdido Key
146Pine Island, Hernando County
147Playalinda Beach
148Pompano Beach
149Ponce de León Island
150Ponce Inlet
151Ponte Vedra Beach
152Redington Beach
153Redington Shores
154St. Augustine Beach
155St. Pete Beach
156Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort
157Santa Rosa Island
158Satellite Beach
159Scout Key
160Sea Ranch Lakes
161Seaside
162Sebastian Inlet State Park
163Siesta Beach
164Siesta Key
165Smathers Beach
166South Beach
167South Beaches
168South Palm Beach
169South Patrick Shores
170South Venice
171St. Andrews State Park
172St. George Island
173St. George Island State Park
174St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park
175St. Teresa
176St. Vincent Island
177Sunny Isles Beach
178Sunset Beach (Treasure Island)
179Surfside
180T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
181Tea Table Key
182Treasure Island
183Venice
184Vilano Beach
185Virginia Key
186Wabasso Beach
187Wilbur-By-The-Sea
188Woman Key
189Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park
Miami, Florida looking out towards the horizon. Image source: Good Free Photos

Now that you know all of the Florida beaches you can visit we would like to provide you with a list of the best beaches you can visit while you are in Florida. This list is based on different reviews and recommendations so you can make your Florida trip one that you will absolutely remember.

Top 10 Florida Beaches to Visit
NumberBeach NameWhy
1Sanibel IslandClose to the city but has a feel of being isolated
2Key WestVery laid back on the barrier islands, good place to chill. Referred to as “paradise”
3South BeachGreat party destination, lots of nightclubs and parties to go to.
4Delray BeachTown has a village feel, long beach to relax on, great seafood restaurants
5Palm BeachThis island has over 14 miles of beach, home to famous folks’ vacation homes
6Naples BeachBeautiful white sands, lots of great food stands and a great place to bring the kids
7Amelia IslandVery quiet and quaint beach, away from the hustle and bustle of the cities. Great place for fishing and relaxing
8JupiterThis beach is a great winter getaway with its warm sands and sunny beaches. Great location to go horseback riding. (also fun place to visit if your favorite planet is Jupiter so you can tell your friends you’ve been to Jupiter)
9Mexico BeachThis beach is largely unknown and very secluded if you want to escape the crowds. About 30 minutes drive from Panama City
10Port St. JoeAnother quiet and secluded beach, great southern food and hospitality. Town offers lots of quaint antique stores and good seafood restaurants
Kate Broome

Kate Broome is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s degree in English and is currently working on getting her Masters of Arts in English at Southern New Hampshire University. She currently lives in Texas with her two pit bulls, Lennox and Bentley.

Cite this article as:
Kate Broome. Map Of Every Florida Beach, Science Trends, 2018.
DOI: 10.31988/SciTrends.19062
*Note, DOIs are registered Friday weekly and therefore may not work until then.

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