One would think they've seen it all when they quiet places in florida gulf coast. It's truly the tranquility and diversity within these small beach towns that exude a true Florida vibe.
Located on the west coast of Florida, Captiva Island is the beautiful little sister of Sanibel Island, known for its starfish- and shelled beaches, sandwiching groups of RC Otters that enjoy under the ‘shaded curtain, as well as South Seas Island. The resort is spread over 300 acres. There, one can relax in peace on one of the beaches, see the sights and take photos around the harbor, the beauty of the boats, enjoy the nine-hole golf course or take advantage of the three outdoor pools with running water.
In the center of the “keys,” Islamorada is a charming village community spread over the six islands of the Florida Keys. Known as a way to relax and pass the time, it is also one of the beach lifestyles, where coral reefs, stunning beaches and the natural beauty born by the Keys make it a must for Carpe Diem throughout their lives. The city is filled with amazing buildings and beautiful places and the perfect weather to enjoy exploring, the addiction is real, with many returning time and time again. There are unique restaurants to enjoy an unforgettable date night, atmospheric cafes for afternoon coffee, and several wineries to explore.
Jensen Beach is a quaint and relaxing beach town located between the Atlantic and Indian River Lagoons on Hutchinson Island in southeast Florida. It has been named the “Pineapple Capital of the World” since 1895. More than one million boxes of the prickly fruit are shipped from its shores in June and July every year. The town's golden sand beaches boast Caribbean-colored houses with picket fences. Art galleries, one-of-a-kind shops, and unusual sidewalk cafes give Jensen beach a well-rounded atmosphere, including the must-have restaurant, 11 Maple The Street Restaurant, set in an old house, serving creative cuisine. It is one of our favorite small towns in Florida by the sea.
Sitting on the southeast coast of Florida with the Loxahatchee River running through Jupiter, it is a city with unique water views for nearly 360 degrees and endless beach time to enjoy. This landmark Jupiter Inlet lighthouse from 1860 offers an unobstructed view of the sight itself, a wonderful piece of history. The hot and windy downtown area provides access to many parks, beaches, and trails, such as the Jupiter Waterway Trail, which covers 60 miles of rivers, beaches, and access points for other activities here are fun.