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Comparing sandy stretches in the Sunshine State

26th Nov, 2012back

256 When people move to Florida, many people are interested in the beaches.  There are sandy stretches in almost all of the most popular property destinations in the Sunshine State, including Fort Myers Beach, Naples, Saint Pete Beach and Palm Beach County.  Which beach is best?


Fort Myers Beach is loved by anyone who cannot get enough of warm weather.  The unique climate in the area gives high temperatures all year round, including in December, which means that there is an appeal to its property market that extends a long way beyond the popular summer season.  Henry Ford and Thomas Edison had winter properties in the area.


Naples is situated directly on the Gulf of Mexico and is well known all around the world for its sandy shoreline, not only due to its spotless white quality but also because of how much of it there actually is.  The beaches stretch on for more than ten miles which, when combined with the overwhelming number of world class golf courses in the area, means that Naples is a very popular destination for both tourists and those looking to invest in a second home in Florida.


Saint Pete Beach is situated on the West Coast of the Sunshine State, in the very heart of the popular tourist hub known as Pinellas County.  As a consequence, Saint Pete Beach attracts thousands of people throughout the year and thousands more during the summer season.  Its attractive mix of bars, colorful coastline and restaurants has resulted in it gaining the nickname 'The Sunset Capital of Florida'.


Palm Beach County is, in terms of sheer size, the biggest county in Florida, and one of the wealthiest.  This is due to its range of affluent areas, such as investment hotspot Palm Beach Gardens.