Driving a convertible can be a truly liberating experience. With the bright sun and cool winds, you won’t want to leave the driver’s seat. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the best places to drive a convertible in Florida. Regardless of your driving preferences, you’ll love these scenic views and fun routes.
According to Good2Go, the best places in the US for driving a convertible are right here in the Sunshine State. Right along the panhandle is a 28.5-mile route known as SR30A that stretches alongside the Gulf of Mexico. You can pass Laguna Beach or stop off and hike down the road.
US Route 1 is without a doubt one of the coolest drive’s you’ll ever experience. The Florida Keys are especially fun to drive on, including the iconic Overseas Highway. Covering a total of 127.5 miles, large sections cover the Atlantic, the Gulf, and more. Plus, architecture buffs will enjoy the array of bridges on the route, numbering more than 40.
The A1A, also called the Scenic and Historic Coastal Byway, is a great destination for convertible owners. You can drive along Florida beaches, including Fort Lauderdale and Daytona, as well as some rural backroads. You may also have a chance to see the Jungle Trail, part of the old SR 252 road in northeast Indian River County.
These are just some of the many great locations to drive in your new car. Naturally, anywhere you drive in your convertible is bound to be enjoyable.