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Florida's economy relies heavily on tourism and Florida's Great Beaches. About 60-million visitors visit the state each and every year. Warm weather and hundreds of miles of beachfront attract vacationers from around the world. Walt Disney World, a mega-resort consisting of four theme parks, more than twenty hotels, water parks, shopping centers, and other attractions, is an important tourist attraction located in Lake Buena Vista. Together, Walt Disney World and other theme park resorts such as Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld, are an important driver of the Central Florida economy.

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Bradenton Beach Florida

Bradenton is located on US 41 between Tampa and Sarasota. The area is surrounded by miles of waterways, both fresh and saltwater. Along the blue-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico and into Tampa Bay are over 20 miles of fine Florida beaches - many which are shaded by tall Australian Pines. The swimming, boating and fishing activities available in Bradenton and the surrounding locations make this a great recreational area.
Bradenton Beach
Clearwater Beach Florida

Clearwater is a city located in central Pinellas County, Florida, USA, nearly due west of Tampa. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 108,787; however, according to the 2005 U.S. Census Bureau's estimates, the city's population fell slightly to 108,687. It is the county seat of Pinellas County. It is one of the three large cities that constitute the Tampa Bay area.
Clearwater Beach
Daytona Beach Florida

The city and its beaches, lined with hotels, motels, condominiums and houses, attract over 8,000,000 tourists each year.While the city is often associated with Spring Break, the efforts of the local government to discourage rowdiness, combined with the rise of other Spring Break destinations, have nearly ended Daytona's former preeminence as a Spring Break destination. Indeed, so few students (relative to past years) have come since 2002 that officials stopped estimating their numbers.
Daytona Beach
Fort Lauderdale Beach Florida

Fort Lauderdale is known for its extensive network of canals and is an especially popular destination for fishing and yachting. The city of Fort Lauderdale is adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean and includes several miles of beachfront. Fort Lauderdale beach, once notoriously crowded during Spring Break, still attracts a large number of seasonal tourists.
Ft. Lauderdale Beach
Ft. Myers Beach Florida

Estero Island and its sister island, San Carlos, make up the community of Fort Myers Beach. It is a tiny bit of an Island, seven miles long and in no place as much as a mile wide. From the northwest point to the southeast tip, a gleaming white sand beach fronts the Gulf of Mexico. Shrieking gulls and terns ride the winds, sandpipers twinkle-toe after the receding wavelets seeking tiny bits of luscious sea foods; stately herons, roseate spoonbill and a dozen other shore and water birds abound in the mangroves of Estero Bay.
Ft. Myers Beach
Jacksonville Beach Florida

Jacksonville Beaches, known in the area as "The Beaches" or simply "The Beach", is the collective name for the towns and communities on the northern half of San Pablo Island island between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean on Florida's First Coast. The Jacksonville Beaches are located in Duval and northern St. Johns Counties, and make up part of Jacksonville's metropolitan area.
Jacksonville Beach
South Beach Miami Florida

(also known as SoBe) is one of the more popular areas of Miami Beach. Topless sunbathing is tolerated on the beaches in this area. Before the TV show Miami Vice helped make the area popular, SoBe was rundown with vacant buildings and a high crime rate. Today, it is considered one of the richest commercial areas on the beach, yet poverty and crime still remain in some places near the area.
South Beach Miami Florida
Panama City Beach Florida

 is a popular destination for Americans from the northern states as well as Canadians, or "Snowbirds." In the spring season, Panama City Beach turns into a spring break mecca, drawing high school and college students from all over the country, often in numbers that outstrip all other spring break destinations combined.
Panama City Beach
Pensacola Beach Florida

 is an unincorporated community located on Santa Rosa Island, south of Pensacola, in Escambia County, Florida, United States. As of the 2000 census, the community had a total population of 2,738. Pensacola Beach is home to several "novelty houses", including a house with a UFO-shaped Futuro attached as a second story, as well as the "Dome of a Home", a home in the form of a large concrete dome, designed to structurally withstand hurricane-force winds and storm surge.
Pensacola Beach
St. Pete Beach Florida

City in Pinellas County, Florida, United States. Originally called City of St. Petersburg Beach, since everyone affectionately called St. Petersburg 'St. Pete', people called St. Petersburg Beach 'St. Pete Beach'. Unlike the city of St. Petersburg, the St. Pete Beach city council took a vote to officially rename the city to its present name in the very late '90s.
St. Petersburg Beach
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