FL Wins 3 of 5 Spots for TripAdvisor’s Underrated Beach Towns

by | Friday, June 27, 2014

TripAdvisor recently polled their users about their summer beach going habits, their favorite underrated American beach towns and what they look for in a beach town to get a sense of where they’ll be sunning themselves this season. Understandably many answered that the beach is the biggest draw when choosing a destination.

We always knew that Florida beaches are the most beautiful, but 3 out of 5 is not bad at all.

Here they are:

  • Anna Maria Island is a seven-mile- long slice of paradise located on the Gulf of Mexico, just south of Tampa Bay. Users liked that it’s less developed as well as its “Old Florida” feel and its laidback vibe.
  • Siesta Key, a barrier island sited in Sarasota, was chosen because of its pure white sugar-sand, its emerald hued waters, and its charming village.
  • Sanibel Island, found due west of Fort Myers Beach, was beloved for being swanky-but-not-in-your-face-swanky. Shelling, biking, and the JN ‘Ding’ Darling National Wildlife Refuge were also big draws.

If you don´t believe it, come down to Florida to check them out…

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