If you drive from Bradenton on the 64 over the bridge on Anna Maria Island you are tempted to turn right and head towards Bean Point. At the northern end of the island it is also breathtakingly beautiful, but the parking lots are unfortunately lackware. The Coquina Beach at the southern tip is in its size at least in Florida hard to beat.
The white powdery sand trickles softly through the fingers. The waves adapt and dabble a bit in front of him. To fall asleep beautiful the Fort Myers beach is about a mile north of Lynn Hall Memorial Park. It is decorated with grasses and broad, very flat and therefore well suited for small children. Those looking for the rough sea, is out of place here. Especially at low tide you have to walk very far out to be completely under water. The romantics, however, is right here.
At Sanibel there are two Public Beaches that are beautiful no doubt both and thus the assessment should ultimately be the sense of the viewer: the beautiful Lighthouse Beach in the south of the island versus the more famous Bowman's Beach in the north. To get to the island, you have but only a "Wegzoll" when crossing the bridge of 6 pay USD and also the parking is not free. For compensate 2 USD per hour for the white sand, the turquoise sea and the most - when you run a little further is willing - even relative emptiness.
Cape Coral has even a beach, even to lie without the Gulf of Mexico. Even if the water from the Caloosahatchee River is not always suitable for swimming, you can spend a nice time here. For the little ones there is a playground for the big barbecue area, the sand is fine and inviting. Next door is just a pier, fishing on especially on the weekends the locals vigorously.