Florida’s Best Beaches Minus The Crowds

Cornell Museum Delray BeachFlorida is more than just a summer destination. The state has a warm, sunny weather throughout the year which is why you can go there for its beaches, even when it’s not summer. Because Florida’s beaches are year round tourist spots, they’re always filled with crowds of people. Travelers who can’t tolerate Florida’s crowd filled beaches shouldn’t be disappointed though because the state has less popular beaches that are just as beautiful.

St. Pete Beach (Pass a Grille, Pinellas County)

Situated on the beach town of Pass a Grille, Pinellas County is the St. Pete Beach. It is a hidden treasure that only locals and a few tourists know about. It is situated on the northern part of the town and covers a barren stretch of white sand beaches, all the way to the tip of the peninsula. South of Pass a Grille you’ll see boutiques and cafés lined up.

Pass a Grille is also known as a historical town with its humble collection of historical houses lined up along its sandy lanes. People keep coming back to this town because of its historical and yet relaxing atmosphere.

Sebastian Inlet (Sebastian Inlet State Park)

The inlet of the Sebastian Inlet State Park is another less popular beach for Florida tourists who don’t like crowds. It’s caught in between Brevard County and the Indian River County, at the country’s east coast. The area is best known for fishing opportunities but beach lovers will also find its 3 mile stretch of beaches irresistible. The strong waves of Sebastian Inlet are also big enough to surf on.

Delray Beach (Palm Beach County)

Delray Beach isn’t a beach but a town located in south Florida. The town’s beaches have a true, South Florida beach vibe to them only, there are no crowds. The white sand beaches of Delray Beach are very pristine. Its town area is lined up with a few nice boutiques and European style sidewalks.


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