There are many reasons to visit South Florida, including the nightlife and the culture, but chief among them are the beautiful beaches that attracts tourists from around the world. South Florida has highly regarded and secluded beaches that increase property values and are perfect for vacation. While most of South Florida’s shoreline is accessible to the public, some of the beaches on South Florida really stand out as great spots for relaxation and entertainment. With that in mind, here are three of the best beaches in South Florida; you can’t go wrong visiting.
Bahia Honda State Park
Bahia Honda State Park is a state park with an open public beach and features kayak rentals and snorkeling tours for the public. The beach also offers a camping ground that many tourists take advantage of during the hotter month of summers. Cabins are also available for rent and the water is generally considered warm for the climate and great for surfing.
Lummus Park Beach (South Beach)
Although South Beach was a crime ridden area in the past, today it is considered the nicest area of Miami Beach. Now it is a major entertainment destination, with hundreds of nightclubs, hotels and restaurants permeating its streets. The beach area is also beautiful and has clear blue water and rich sand, much of which has been imported from the Bahamas.
Virginia Key Beach
If you’re looking for a secluded area, Virginia Key Beach may be your best bet. It offers one of the nicest views of any beach in South Florida: the intersection between the Miami River and Biscayne Bay, The beach has recently been restored to its former glory, and now features a pavilion, a dance floor, a huge meadow, a carousel, a miniature railroad, among other amenities.
Having access to all of these beaches and other great aspects of South Florida is one of the major reasons why real estate property values have increased in recent years. If you are looking to take advantage of beautiful beaches with great amenities, there is no greater place to start looking at real estate than in South Florida.