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Snorkelling 100 feet (30.5 metres) off Cannon Beach, in the Florida Keys’ John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, to see barracuda around a Spanish shipwreck.


Florida's clean, white sands have much more to offer than a spot to put down a sunbed and soak up the rays


also a smokeless beach so very much environmentally friendly. Floridians are rightly


proud of being able to offer holidaymakers beaches where you can ‘get away from it all’ such as the four miles (6 km) of protected, undeveloped sands at Anastasia State Park in St. Augustine on the Atlantic coast.


If looking for livelier waters to surf, drive further south to the Space Coast with its 72 miles (115 km) of beaches including Cocoa, which boasts spectacular waves. It’s just as lively on the beaches of Miami, playground of the rich and famous, on Florida’s southern tip. Take a stroll on South


The famous Ron Jon Surf Shop in Cocoa Beach – open 24 hours a day – where you can rent everything from boards to beach bikes.


Shelling on Sanibel – known as one of the Shell Islands because of the perfect shells.


Horse riding on the beaches of Cape San Blas on North Florida’s Emerald Coast, Amelia Island or Fort Pierce on the east coast.





Flying by helicopter over Panama City Beach.


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