Top Beaches in Orlando

Orlando is one of the most well-known cities in all of Florida. One of the major reasons this is the case is because it is home to Walt Disney World, SeaWorld Orlando, Universal Studios Orlando, and many other entertainment venues.

 

However, people traveling to Orlando who are not keen on visiting amusement parks can still find fun things to do and experience.

 

Florida is home to several unique beaches. It is possible to enjoy the powder white sand, beautiful blue waters, and amazing Gulf seafood at these beaches. For those who want to spend their time in Orlando at the beach, keep reading. Here are some top options to visit: Cocoa, Vero, and New Smyrna Beach. 

 

Cocoa Beach - One of the most famous beaches in Orlando and the entire state of Florida, Cocoa Beach is also a popular tourist destination. I find it on route and features a pier that is 300 meters long and home to live shows, shops, bars, and restaurants. It is possible to go to the world-famous Ron Jon Surf Shop here, which features over 52 thousand square feet of retail space. Cocoa Beach is also a great option for various water sports, including windsurfing, surfing, skim-boarding, para-gliding, and paddling. Visitors will find plenty of instructors for these activities in the area, too.

 

Vero Beach - Just two hours to the southeast of Orlando, visitors can experience the Vero Beach complex. This is an extremely popular area, featuring an array of nature reserves in the Indian River Lagoon area and access to the Atlantic Ocean. Because of its popularity, Disney World opened a Florida Treasure Coast beach resort nearby. This means it is possible to enjoy this amazing beach and enjoy the House of the Mouse.

 

New Smyrna Beach - If someone is ready to visit a true Florida treasure, New Smyrna Beach should be on their list. This beautiful area is well known for all the surf sports and related activities. Here, visitors can find an array of restaurants and shops, and it is possible to drive a vehicle over the sandy beach to locate the perfect wave-watching location. There are also rental shops dotted across the beach to access paddle and surfing equipment to enjoy the water and all it offers visitors.