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I would like to rent a condo for a month in Florida in March or April.

Where is a good beach to go to to avoid spring breakers? Gulf or beachfront preferred.
  • susan
     asked this on January 24, 2012 at 11:25 AM
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Grayton Beach on Florida's Gulf Coast panhandle (also called the Emerald Coast) is a wonderful, low-key destination. You won't encounter hordes of spring-breakers on the beach (a few might come to Grayton at night to eat at the Red Bar, but not too many, and it closes down fairly early). Grayton is sandwiched between protected lands, so it is wild and beautiful. That also means there are no big condo buildings here (a good hting I think), so rentals are usually in the form of a beach house. If you can't find something in Grayton, look at the other beach communities along highway 30-A (dune allen, santa rosa, seagrove, etc.). It all has the same relaxed vibe. Have agreat trip!
  • Kate
     answered this on January 26, 2012 at 02:07 PM
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I would recommend the Naples Florida area, if your main goal is to avoid the 'spring-breakers'! That's one of the many things I love best about Naples!
If you travel 40 minutes north of Naples to Ft Myers Beach, Spring Breakers galore, but not Naples.
Naples has the beautiful, soft white sand beaches that many of the Florida west coast beaches are known for, there's a wide range of choice of hotels and restaurants in price ranges to please everyone, lots of things to see and do, the weather is great esp. in March and April, hot, sunny and dry, lots of natural attractions in the area, great shopping, golf if that is your game and spectacular sunsets!
For greater detail for things to do in Naples, visit http://www.naples-florida-sun.com/things-to-do-in-naples.html
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