- Anna Maria Island
At 100 years old and counting, City Pier is a landmark. Have a beer at the eponymous restaurant.
Best for: anglers and history buffs.
- Clearwater Beach
Sundown is a celebration at Pier 60, complete with fire-eaters and escape artists.
Best for: families and fun.
- Flagler Beach
Walk to the end of this iconic pier for photo-ops of the Atlantic’s orange sand.
Best for: whale watching in winter.
- Juno Beach
Find two shady structures and fish-cleaning tables on this 900-foot pier.
Best for: saltwater fishing.
- Panama City Beach
M. B. Miller County Pier juts 1,500 feet out into the emerald-hued water.
Best for: reeling in cobia, redfish and more.
Extending into the Gulf of Mexico, this municipal pier is a Naples gathering spot.
Best for: amazing sunsets.
- Pensacola Beach
Arrive early to cast your line or hang out to spy dolphins on this Gulf pier.
Best for: fishing with those in the know.
- St. Augustine
The St. Johns County Pier is the spot to land tarpon and king mackerel.
Best for: a day of fishing.
The Best Beach Piers in Florida
We've compiled a list of our favorite Florida piers to stroll, fish or watch amazing sunsets.