From the Keys to the Panhandle, the Sunshine State has a beach for everyone – and we’ll help you find it in the new issue of Explore Florida & the Caribbean, now available in convenient, waterproof digital.
With 1,350 miles of coastline, Florida certainly has a stretch of sandy shores suited for every beach passion, whether it’s hanging ten on a surfboard, peering at underwater wonders while snorkeling, searching the low tide for the perfect seashell or enjoying a day of tranquil peace on a patch of secluded sand. Look for recommendations from South Florida to the panhandle, and from Marco Island to the Matanzas River.
Our 72-page issue, a joint publication of the South Florida Sun Sentinel and Orlando Sentinel, also explores the many pleasures of Coral Way in Miami, finds natural wonders in Ocala National Forest, sees how Disney World is adding extra pixie dust to vacations, kayaks the Suwannee River, spends a day in Tarpon Springs, enters the black-and-white world of Clyde Butcher’s gallery in Ochopee and finds a Cancún like nobody’s seen in a generation – or maybe ever – with so few visitors now traveling overseas.
All of this – plus complete calendars of events throughout Florida and the Caribbean – in the February issue of Explore Florida & the Caribbean, now available on the Sun Sentinel’s Travel site, https://www.sun-sentinel.com/travel/; and the City & Shore magazine website, https://www.qgdigitalpublishing.com/publication/?i=693114