Spring break means wet T-shirt contests, Jell-O shots and beaches so overrun that you can hardly take a selfie without being photobombed. But it doesn't have to. This year, skip the usual spring break cliches by heading for one of these less-crowded American spring break beaches. Beach" Leatherman christened this Dunedin, Florida, beach America's best.
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Chief among them is the peril that comes with uninhibited spring break celebrations getting on the Internet and doing long-term damage. Well known for its tolerance, ocean breezes and an atmosphere in some parts of town that allows strolling with beer, Key West has been a spring break hot spot for two decades. But spring break here — a city that tends to attract slightly more moneyed students who can afford the relatively steep hotel prices — has been Facebooked into greater respectability. It is a trend that veteran spring breakers here say is true of spring break in general. Wildness will always prevail in some places and among some students; there are plenty of commemorative examples of excess floating around the Web. In fact, under-age students eager to skirt the and-over drinking law travel out of the country to Cancun, the Bahamas or Punta Cana, in the Dominican Republic, just so they can drink with impunity.
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Greg Allen. Santa Rosa Beach, in Florida's Walton County, is a quiet place with sugar-white sand, a pleasant surf and signs warning visitors to stay out. The largely rural county on Florida's Panhandle is at the center of a battle over one of the state's most precious resources: its beaches. Most of the 26 miles of beaches are already privately owned.
Beaches are becoming increasingly littered with wet wipes that people flush down the lavatory, conservationists have warned. The survey also found a 6. More than beaches were cleaned and surveyed by 5, volunteers over a weekend last September, with 2, pieces of litter collected for every kilometre of coastline cleaned — up from an average of 2, in The most common type of rubbish was pieces of plastic, while 10 per cent of the litter collected was plastic drinks bottles and aluminium drinks cans, and 11 per cent was related to fishing.