I haven't been to Clearwater Beach, but it reminds me some other beaches in Florida. The nature is really wonderful - sandy beach, all these small islands... But I think it would look better without all those houses. Well, I know that many people like such "civilised" places at the seaside :) I prefer "wild" beaches, without any buildings and with not so many people. But of course, I wouldn't complain if I could go to Clearwater Beach, especially during the winter :))
Clearwater Beach is located on the Gulf of Mexico in Pinellas County on the west central coast of Florida in the United States. The geographic latitude is 27.57 N and longitude 82.48 W. The slogan, "The White Sand Paradise that is Clearwater Beach, Florida" has been used to describe the beach. It is characterized by its white sand beach which stretches for 2.5 miles along the Gulf. This subtropical beach is visited by many tourists annually. Clearwater Beach is approximately 20 miles from Tampa International Airport, Clearwater Beach offers entertainment such as parasailing, jet skiing, boat tours (with a common site of seeing dolphins in the Gulf waters), restaurants and bars within walking distance of the beach, fishing charter boats and pirate ship cruise tours.