Clearwater, Florida

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Revel in pristine white sands of Clearwater

Clearwater presents 28 miles of clean white sandy beaches that are designed for experiencing life’s pleasurable moments. But it’s not all fun in this famed Florida vacation spot. Clearwater takes inspiration from its name, keeping a clean sanctuary for marine wildlife. Its beaches are certified ‘clean and green’ under Blue Wave program, which recognizes eco-friendly beaches in America.

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Let’s Hit The Beach!

With the warm Florida sunshine and the clear Gulf waters, it’s hard to describe the beauty of nature in Clearwater. As a city, it is the smallest in the Tampa Bay area but it boasts an outstanding list of beaches. The fantastic Beach Walk takes the concept of the waterfront promenade to a different level. The landscaped path provides a convenient and scenic access to Clearwater Beach. Sand Key Park’s beaches are also lauded, ranking high among the best natural beaches in the country. Caladesi Island and Honeymoon Island are other popular beach venues in the city. Book your Clearwater Hotels with Reservations.com.

Loving Nature’s Gifts

Beyond the beaches of Clearwater, there are more sights in which raw nature takes the spotlight. Florida is blessed with exceptional wildlife preservation sites that would leave you captivated at the rich natural resources in the state. In Clearwater alone, you have access to natural parks such as Brooker Creek Preserve, Weedon Island Preserve and Honeymoon Island State Recreation Area. You can have more encounters with sea creatures at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, home to bottlenose dolphins and sea turtles, to name a few.

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Clearwater’s best outdoor attractions

The city’s attractions can offer a variety of recreational options for all kinds of visitors. Some of the most popular found in and around Clearwater are Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, Adventure Island, Dunedin Fine Art Center, Florida Botanical Gardens, Moccasin Lake Nature Park, Florida Aquarium, Lowry Park Zoo and Gulf Coast Museum of Art.

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