Jacksonville’s beach communities are comprised of Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach, and Jacksonville Beach. Located within one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the country, beach residents enjoy all the amenities and modern infrastructure of a large city and all the hospitality of a small hometown. All three beaches offer a diversity of neighborhoods, each with a unique coastal Florida personality. Atlantic, Neptune and Jacksonville beaches are bordered by the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. Atlantic and Neptune beaches are made mainly residential with single-family homes and public beach access. Look for entertainment, shopping and dining along Atlantic Boulevard and A1A. Jacksonville Beach is further south and offers a mix of residential, commercial, retail and light industrial sites. With miles of white sandy beaches and a mild, breezy climate, residents and visitors enjoy year-round golfing, boating, fishing, tennis, and other outdoor sports. A variety of festivals offer music, food, and fun throughout the spring and summer. Although tourism is a major economic generator, there are no spring break crowds at Jacksonville’s beaches, only family-oriented tourism which includes events like Friday night Moonlight Movies and the Summer Jazz Concert Series.
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