Playalinda Beach

Playalinda means "beautiful beach" in spanish and it lives up to its name. Beautiful white sandy beaches and plenty of great fishing, bird watching and wildlife to enjoy.

Playalinda Beach is on the Canaveral National Seashore and is the longest stretch of undeveloped public beach on the east coast of Florida. It is one of very few areas in Florida where you can still practice nude sunbathing.

Situated adjacent to the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge which covers 140,000 acres and provides habitat to more than 1.500 species of plants and animals. Many activities can be enjoyed here such as boating, fishing, hunting, and opportunities to see manatee from the manatee observation deck.