The 8 Most Romantic Getaways In Florida

New Smyrna Beach

If a day on the beach with absolutely no agenda sounds like a dream, then you'll want to get your beach bag packed for New Smyrna Beach. Consider this the ultimate sunny destination for rest, relaxation, sunbathing, and surfing.


Located on Florida's Paradise Coast, this town is a must-visit for its happy hours, gorgeous sunsets, and adventure-filled excursions such as boating, fishing, and golfing. The crystal blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico are stunning, and nature lovers can explore the Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge

Amelia Island

Come for the miles of picturesque beaches, and stay for the chill, laid-back vibes. Plan to visit the state parks, salt marshes, and maritime forests to discover the incredible wildlife of the area. For a more pampered experience, book a stay at the Amelia Island Resort and enjoy tennis


If your partner is a movie buff, or at least a fan of "The Truman Show," this destination might just rise to the top of your must-visit list. The cult classic was shot here, and you'll want to soak up all of the character of this charming beach town.

Rosemary Beach

This coastal town on 30A offers more than gorgeous white sand beaches. Known as a tennis lover's paradise, you can play a match at the Racquet Club or take a lesson or two. If you'd rather take things slow, rent bikes and cruise through the charming streets before hitting the sand.

Key West

If you want to wake up on island time, Key West is the ultimate destination. Head to the beach for some fun in the sun, stroll along Duvall Street, and take a tour on a trolley to learn the history of this pastel-hued paradise. Don t forget to take in one of the area's incredible sunsets.

Vero Beach

This laid-back tropical destination offers fabulous shopping, dining, and, of course, plenty of beach activities and excursions. On your visit, don't miss all of the natural beauty that Vero Beach has to offer, such as the McKee Botanical Garden and the Indian River Lagoon.


While the riverfront city has a flourishing food, shopping, and arts scene, it has managed to stay under the radar for quite some time. Learn to surf, stroll along the Cocoa Beach Pier, or go kayaking in this fun, laid-back town. Cocoa's blend of adventure and tranquility