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.
Because of the large parking lot, you do not know where to stay. But it does not matter, there is an infinite amount of space. Once you are out, the mouth of the sea is open at first sight. Emerald green, crystal clear water ripples gently on powdery white sand.
Even a spontaneously emerging manatee can ever enchant the bathers. Punguine also and sanddollars are abundant among clouds, which are enchanting. In front of the beach there is everything that can be sanitary at all. Toilets, showers, changing rooms and plenty of picnic areas with barbecue facilities under old pine trees. Parking is free of charge. At the beach, a small bar for extinguishing the great thirst and breastfeeding of the small hunger at reasonable prices invites.
For water sports is also offered up to parachute flying. This beach leaves nothing to be desired except the one, not wanting to go away.