Jun 15

How to Have a Perfect Beach Day

Perfect Beach Day


We may be a bit biased, but we think Tampa, Florida has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Now that summer is here, the local beaches will become more and more crowded. If you have some sun bathing in your future, here is what you need to do to have the perfect beach day.

  • Choose the right day. Since vacation season is here, weekends at the beach might be more crowded than you might like. Choose a weekday for fewer tourists and a better piece of sand.
  • Choose the right beach. Don’t visit the most popular beach in the area or you won’t find a place to sit. Find one that is more out of the way and you’ll have a much calmer, more enjoyable experience.
  • Bring some food. While many beaches may offer on-site concessions or nearby restaurants, it is nice to be able to eat right there on the sand without giving up your prime spot and it will save you some money. A simple picnic lunch with sandwiches, fresh fruit, and lots of water is the perfect way to fill you up. The smaller your cooler, the easier it will be for you to maneuver.
  • Pack a bag. When heading to the beach, there are a few things you don’t want to forget: sunscreen, extra towels, sunscreen, reading materials, sunscreen, sunglasses, sunscreen, a hat, oh, and an extra bottle of sunscreen.
  • Go light on the gear. While you might be tempted to bring a sun umbrella, beach chairs, snorkel gear, buckets and shovels, body boards, and all the beach toys you own, keep in mind, that the more you bring, the more you are likely to lose.

Follow these simple steps and you’ll be well on your way to enjoyable the perfect day on the white sandy shores of Tampa.

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