South Florida Beaches and State Parks
The beaches in South Florida extend more than 200 miles from Palm Beach to the Florida Keys.
Every county has world class public beaches and they all offer basic amenities, including safe parking areas, some offer sports facilities, equipment rentals,beach shack restaurants and all have what matters most: surf, sand and sun all year round.
We are including here a list of the closest beaches to the Palacio Inn that certainly will make your stay with us a memorable one:
Well known for its sandy beaches, busy boardwalk and multiple attractions including shops and restaurants, it starts around 47th St. and ends in South Beach. A Must for every visitor to the area.
South Beach (8Miles)
Home to the most famous clubs, bars and restaurants in Florida. South Beach is well worth spending time. Celebrities, socialites and common folks all mingle here, and the variety of visitors is incredible. Don’t miss South Beach, it is well worth it.
Home to South Floridas’ only Nude Beach, it is located inside Haulover Park, which also includes a golf course, and boating facilities. Haulover cut at the southern end of the beach connecting the intracoastal waterway and the open sea. This is a great place to watch boats come and go.
Nested between Hollywood and Bal Harbour, this beach is the favorite among Aventura’s residents. White sandy beaches, and the closeness to Aventura Mall, its restaurants and attractions, make it a popular destination well worth visiting.
A beautiful sandy beach with many amenities including a large broad walk and many fine beach front restaurants, equipment rental booths and live music on the evenings.
Fort Lauderdale has long been known for its long stretch of beautiful beaches along the Atlantic, numerous restaurants, sidewalk cafes, live music and shopping make it a perfect place to spend a full day on the beach.