Florida features more comfy coastline than almost any other US state. Thus, finding a great hidden beach in a place with a lot of sunworshippers is a challenge. Fortunately for you readers, we’ve done our homework. So, without further ado, here are nine hidden beaches in Florida that the locals try to keep a secret.
9 Hidden Beaches In Florida That The Locals Try To Keep A Secret
1. Vilano Beach
When you’ve seen enough of historic downtown St. Augustine or are simply tired of the crowds, grab your towel and head to Vilano Beach in St Johns County. Nestled on the north side of memorable Matanzas Inlet, this beach is best known for its laid-back vibe and surf waves. You won’t find any super stylish accommodations here but if that’s your thing you can book a room right across the bridge back in St. Augustine at the popular Casa Monica Resort & Spa. Travel writers praise this place for its exceptional Old Town location, second-floor pool, and Spanish Revival architecture which harkens back to the 1800s.
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