Florida lies in the southeastern region of the United States. A large portion of this state is peninsular, with the Atlantic Ocean to its east and Gulf of Mexico to its west. Florida has a warm, subtropical climate and is covered with large stretches of sand and ocean. Due to its climatic conditions, the state is nicknamed the 'Sunshine State'. It also has the longest coastline in the contiguous United States. With such a long coastline, the number of beaches is certainly not humble. What is scarce, however, are beaches that are nearly untouched as compared to others. And the best part is that they're scarce but not impossible to find.
Unlike beaches that remain crowded throughout the year, secluded beaches are isolated and calm. If you wish to spend some time on the beach sans the crowds, these beaches are the ideal spots. If you want solitude, the encompassing emptiness shall give you solace. If you want to travel only for a languid vacation, the beauty of these beaches shall offer you the much-needed respite. Secluded beaches of Florida are destinations for people in search of peace. The vacuum is enchanting, the sand and the soil is soothing, and the view of the ocean merging with the sky won't allow you to take your gaze away from the horizon.