"Walk" the Florida Beaches

Take a virtual stroll with Street View in Google Maps,

You can now “walk” the Florida beaches you love with immersive Street View imagery in Google Maps.

In one of the first partnerships of the Street View Trekker Loan Program, VISIT FLORIDA and Google collaborated on a four-month trek to photograph Florida’s beaches and make the imagery available to the world. The same technology that lets viewers mouse around their neighborhoods, view city streets and tour monuments now empowers Florida beach lovers to view the sand, sky and shorelines of the beaches they choose to explore – all in 360-degree panorama.

To view Florida Beaches through Google Maps, go to https://maps.google.com

1. Click on the Pegman in the bottom right corner (see image below).


2. Areas with Street View imagery available will be highlighted in blue. Drag the Pegman to a beach area on the Florida map. 


3. Unclick to drop the Pegman on the blue highlighted areas along Florida's coast. Your map will then zoom down to the beach level.


Sponsored listings by VISIT FLORIDA Partners


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Beatrice August 7, 2014 2:11 PM
I would like you to love you recomend me a really nice beach in miami
Hi Beatrice,
Miami has a lot of lovely beaches, but one of the finest is Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park on Key Biscayne. Dr. Beach named it as one of the Top 10 Beaches in America in 2014. Its beach is protected so itâs great for children. While there, make sure to take a guided tour of Lighthouse. The views of the beach, Miami and Biscayne Bay are amazing!
Also, hereâs a link to info about all of the Miami areaâs beaches with a little info about each (from its visitorsâ services) http://www.miamiandbeaches.com/things-to-do/beaches .
Have fun.
Lauren Tjaden
VISIT FLORIDA Beaches and Adventure Insider
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i would love to live in st Augustine near the ocean and and close to the historic district, what beach would you recommend area?