Florida Friday - Do you know these places in Florida? Florida Beach Trilogy

Florida has the second longest coastline in the whole of the United States and stretches 8,436 miles from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico. The sunshine state is also known not just for the enormity of its beach real estate but also the excellence which attracts hundreds of millions of visitors each year. Listed below are three of the lesser known beach destinations with varying charms and qualities that could be attractive for your clients as they search for the 'real' Florida.

Daytona, the capital of US motor sport

A traditional seaside resort which is the capital of USA Motor racing. Daytona and most specifically its beach has been associated with car racing and land speed records since the late 1920's when Sir Henry Segrave became the first person to travel at over 200mph in his Sunbeam. The sand has certain qualities that provide a firm, smooth surface that is conducive to motor sport. Motor sport and the beginning of what is known today as NASCAR raced on the sand until 1958, when it transferred to the International Speedway venue.

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Uncovering hidden Florida

Well it does what it says on the tin. The beach or beaches at PCB (as Panama City Beach is referred to) are sublime. There is one that will suit everybody, and the quality of the sand is so high you could quite easily sell a truck load to Arabs. It screeches when you walk on it in a fresh snow fashion and such is the vast array of choice even at the busiest times the likelihood is that you will be able to squeak away in solitude.

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Stay cool in this chilled Florida hang out

It's all about the chill out factor in New Smyrna Beach. Go and renew your energy, revitalise your spirit and decompress from the hurly burly of modern life. Everything is at a slower pace, relaxed and no trouble. The surroundings help given that the destination is surrounded by water, sand, wildlife and when I was there gorgeous temperatures tempered by a sea breeze. The downtown area of NSB (as its known locally) has the Indian river, the intracoastal waterway and links to the barrier island via two causeways. It would be difficult to design something better than what nature has already created.

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