Jacksonville Beach


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Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, and Atlantic Beach are contiguous communities bordered to the west by the Intracoastal Waterway and to the east by the Atlantic Ocean and lying just north of the St. Johns County line in Duval County.  The Beaches offer a coastal lifestyle with fishing, boating, kayaking, stand up paddling, surfing, beach volleyball, walking and biking.  With both the ocean and the ICW nearby, outdoor opportunities are endless.  Previously named “Ruby” and “Pablo Beach,” Jacksonville Beach - renamed so in 1925- is the largest of the three with a total area of 22 square miles (a little over 7 are land and the remainder are water).  Jacksonville Beach has undergone a redevelopment over the past two decades with the downtown area home to many bars, restaurants, shops and hotels along with a community bandshell and surrounding space that hosts many concerts, movies and festivals.   A recent addition is the Margaritaville Hotel.  Jacksonville Beach also has a public golf course.  Residences range from high-end, high-rise condominium units to old Florida bungalows with luxury properties on both the oceanfront and the ICW.