Birders, dune-walkers and anglers join swimmers and sunbathers on the powdery white sands of this barrier island in the Florida Panhandle, southwest of Tallahassee. And talk about clean: “Just rub your feet on the sand and hear it squeak,” says Dr. Beach. The one caveat: “Stingrays are sometimes resting in the shallow waters, so shuffle your feet when entering.”
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