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Uncrowded beaches on Florida’s Forgotten Coast

by The 100 Companies

I looked up and down the wide beach and saw a few houses, old dock pilings festooned with painted palm fronds, a skittering sea gull and an endless vista of stark white beach. No people.

If an uncrowded beach with access to an array of restaurants, a cute downtown area, water recreation activities and huge sand dunes in a state park are your idea of an ideal vacation, head to Gulf County, Florida.

We loved the combination of the white sand beaches of Cape San Blas, the amenities of Port St. Joe and the Old Florida feel of Indian Pass.

Read our story for amazing things to do on these beautiful beaches. 

– Jan Schroder, The Travel 100

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