Welcome to Sands of Florida.

This is a showcase of Florida's beautiful beaches.  This is just one of a grain of sand in the number of beaches that can be shown. Our earth holds uncountable beaches in places so remote, they are waiting to be discovered.

Florida in the United States, and has beaches.   Florida is also the home to some of the world's best beaches. Come and view a sample of it's beaches and sands. Close up and in color..

Sand collecting,and those who love beaches for unique sands bring people together. Sand collecting is fun and always has been non-profit hobby.

Wish to know more about sandcollecting?-You may wish to visit: http://www.sandcollecting.org/equipment/overview.htman  an awesome and wonderful answer all site by Gary Buckham.
You may also visit The International Sand Collectors Society::http://www.sandcollectors.org/SANDMAN/The_Hobby_of_x.html

This site is dedicated to Steve B who researched, identified and collected all the beaches of Florida and worked diligently to make Sands of Florida a success. We thank him for his hard work and endless effort. Website design by C.J.Maslon.  Sands of Florida also wishes to thank Peter Spagnuolo for starting the connections of friendship. His courage and desire made Sands of Florida come to life.

Sands of Florida is a non profit website. Solely Information purposes only. 

Sources are provided when possible. Any questions comments or problems please contact web master at cmaslon1@yahoo.com

Alligator Point
Alys Beach
Amelia Island
Atlantic Dunes Park
Delray Beach
Atlantic Beach
Anna Maria Island
Barefoot Beach
Bonita Springs
Beacon Hill
Belleair Beach
Blue Mountain Beach
Boca Raton
Bowditch Point Beach Estero Island
Bonita Beach
Boynton Beach
Bradenton Beach
Cannon Island
Cape Romano 
Caxambas Pass Island
Cayo Costa
Cape Canaveral National Seashore
Cape San Blas
Captiva Island
Caladesi Island State Park
Carabelle Beach
Caxambas Pass Island
Choctaw Beach
Clearwater Beach
Cocoa Beach
Coconut Island
Collins Park South Beach Miami
Coquina Beach
Crescent Beach
Daytona Beach
Deerfield Beach
Delnor Wiggins State Park
Delray Beach
Escape Island, In the middle of Biscayne Bay Miami Beach
Englewood Beach
Fernandina Beach
Flagler Beach
Floridana Beach
Fort Desoto
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Pickens
Fort Walton Beach
Ft. Myers Beach
Gasparilla Island
Gulfstream Park, Hallandale Beach
Grayton Beach
Gulf Breeze
Gulf Islands National Seashore/Okaloosa Island
Hallandale Beach
Halloway Island
Haulover Park Beach
Helen Key
Hobi Sound, Jupiter Island
Honeymoon Island
Horrs Island
House of Refuge Hutchinson Island Stuart  27° 11′ 57″ N, 80° 9′ 56″ W
Hutchinson Island
Indian Harbor Beach Brevard County
Indian Rocks Beach
Inlet Beach
Jacksonville Beach
Jensen Beach
Johnson Beach
John D MacArthur Beach State Park North Palm Beach
John U Lloyd State Park
Johnson Island
Keewayden Island
Kice Island
Lake Placid
Laguna Beach
Lake Worth Beach lake Worth
Lido Key
Little Marco Island
Longboat Key
Lovers Key
Lummus Park Beach
Lowdermilk Beach
Madeira Beach
Magnolia Bluff
Manasota Beach
Melbourne Beach
Mexico Beach
Miami Beach
Miramar Beach
Morgan Island
Navarre Beach
Neptune Beach
New River Sound Ft Lauderdale
New Smyrna Beach
Nokomis Beach
Ocean Ridge Hammock Park, Ocean Ridge
Ocean Reef Park, Palm Beach
Ocean Inlet Park, Boynton Beach
Ormand Beach
Palm Beach
Panama City Beach
Peanut Island, West Palm Beach
Pensecola Beach
Perdido Key
Pompano Beach
Ponce Inlet
Port St Lucie
Ramsey Key
Redington Beach
Sanibel Island Bowman's Beach
Sanibel Island Turner Beach, Blind Pass
Sanibel Island Lighthouse Beach
Sanibel Island Gulf City Park
Sanibel Island Causeway Beach along the Bridge
Sanibel Island Tarpon Bay Beach
Santa Rosa Beach
Santa Rosa Island
Satellite Beach
Seagrove Beach
Sebastian Inlet
Shell Island
Siesta Key
South Ponte Vedra Beach
South Beach-Miami
Suwannee River
St Andrews St Park
St Augustine Beach
St George Island
St Joseph Peninsula State Park
St Pete Beach
Summer Haven
Sunny Isles Beach
Tiger Tail Beach-Marco Island
Treasure Island
Umbrella Island
Vanderbilt Beach
Venice Beach
Vero Beach
Vilano Beach
Villa Tasso
Wabasso- Indian River Vero
WindMark Beach
Molassas Reef French Reef Area
Florida keys
Anna's Beach Islamorada Upper Matecumbe Key
Virginia Key
Ft Zachery Taylor State Park Key West
Geiger Beach
Boca Chica Key
Key Biscayne
Key Largo
Little Duck Key
Duck Key
Pigeon Key
No Name Key
Long Key
Bahia Honda Key
Plantation Key Islamorada
Smathers Beach Key West
Sombrero Beach Boot Key Marathon
Sugarloaf Key
Sunset Key Key West
Tavernier Key
Key Largo
Wisteria Island Key West

The Sands of Florida.

Above is an A-Z  collection of sands from every beach and port in Florida.






Belleair Beach sand

This is a close up view of the sands of Belleair Beach.


Belleair Beach, Florida 

 Belleair Beach is located at 27°55′29″N 82°50′22″W / 27.92472°N 82.83944°W / 27.92472; -82.83944 (27.924748, -82.839377).[3]

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 4.5 km² (1.7 mi²). 1.5 km² (0.6 mi²) of it is land and 3.0 km² (1.1 mi²) of it (66.47%) is water.

picture source: http://www.city-data.com/picfilesv/picv8181.php

Source: wikipedia- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belleair_Beach,_Florida

Belleair Beach, where is that in Florida?

Source of map: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d4/Map_of_Florida_highlighting_Belleair_Beach.svg/450px-Map_of_Florida_highlighting_Belleair_Beach.svg.png

Bradenton Beach sand

Bradenton Beach, Florida

Source of picture: http://www.awesomeflorida.com/images/bradenton_beach3_big.jpg

Bradenton Beach, where in Florida is that?

source of map: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:FLMap-doton-BradentonBeach.PNG

Cape Romano


A close up of Cape Romano's soft and fine grain sand.

Cape Romano Beach

Cape Romano is a cape at the southern end of Caxambas Island, just south of Marco Island and northwest of the Ten Thousand Islands in Collier County, Florida.

Calusa Indians founded the settlement and called it Manataca. Juan Ponce de León briefly stopped at Manataca on his first trip from Puerto Rico to Florida, but the Indians tried to fight him off.

Cape Romano was the spot where Hurricane Wilma made its first U.S. landfall in October 2005. Tropical Storm Fay also made landfall here in 2008.


source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cape_Romano

Photo source: Chekika/Hobie Community.com http://i239.photobucket.com/albums/ff57/Chekika/a2cc8a3f.jpg


Where in Florida is Cape Romano Beach?

Source: en.wikipedia.org

Crescent Beach

 Crescent Beach is located at 29°45′56″N 81°15′11″W / 29.76556°N 81.25306°W / 29.76556; -81.25306 (29.765550, -81.253023)[3].

According to the United States Census Bureau, the community has a total area of 1.5 square miles (3.9 km²). 1.5 square miles (3.9 km²) of it is land and none of it is covered by water

Coquina Beach

A close up of Coquina Beach sand. Coquina is mainly composed of mineral calcite, often including some phosphate, in the form of seashells or coral. It is found in surface exposures along the east coast of Florida from St. Johns County to Palm Beach County. It may occur up to 20 miles inland from the coast in the sub-surface. It has also been formed in the South Island of New Zealand, where it outcrops in a disused quarry near Oamaru. The Oligocene deposits here are composed primarily of very well preserved brachiopod shells, in a matrix of brachiopod, echinoid, and bryozoan detritus and foraminifera.

Deerfeild Beach

A close up of Deerfeild Beach sand

Englewood Beach

A close up of Englewood Beach sand.

Sand. A simple thing. And yet somehow complex. Sand. A world onto itself, where collectors and sand lovers cling. Sand.

Flagler Beach


Lido Key


Manasota Beach



New Smyra Beach

New Smyra Beach sand- very fine, very soft.

Nokomis Beach

Nokomis Beach sand close up.

Ponce Inlet


Sebastian Inlet

Close up of Sebastian Inlet..

South Ponte Vedra Beach

Close up of South Ponte Vedra Beach.

Treasure Island

Close up of Treasure Island sand.

Villano Beach

Close up of Villano Beach sand.