Florida Photos: Beach Scenes

 
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Dial it on Islamorada halfway between Miami and Key West. There you'll kick back to island time as you fish, snorkel, and lounge your workaday woes away.  
Credit: Courtesy, Florida Tourism 
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Let GORP.com take you far from the dizzying Disney crowds to the Sunshine State's wildest, most remote beaches.  
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Miami may be Florida's flagship metropolis, but its fame doesn't assure that you'll necessarily be on familiar ground. Allow the experts at GORP.com to show you around.  
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The water-borne environs of the Sunshine State make Florida a no-brainer for fishermen. The real question is: Where to go? We've got you covered.  
Credit: Corbis 
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Head to Citrus County between November and March and frolic with these loveable and large sea creatures, where over 300 manatees congregate in the region's warm waters.  
Credit: James Gritz/PhotoDisc 
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To reach the Florida Keys, get on Highway One, thread the chain of islands, and don't turn around until you reach mile marker zero.  
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Treasure Island: Outside profiles a diving platform 27 miles west off Key West that brings Spanish shipwreck spoils to intrepid divers in the Florida Keys.  
Credit: Illustration by Olivier Kluger 
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Florida's freshwater springs offer a sane alternative for the regulator-weary coastal scuba and snorkeling enthusiast: crystal-clear waters, limestone caves, and many a manatee.  
Credit: Courtesy, Florida Tourism 
 
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