Paradise Cove is an unparalleled utopia composed of every beach I have ever spent an afternoon or evening on combined with years of listening to Jimmy Buffet and the Coral Reefer Band. In my heart I’m truly an up north, four seasons type of guy but somehow managed to spend the majority of my life in Southwest Florida. I’m still trying to figure out how that happened. Nonetheless, on those rare days when the humidity is low, the sun is shining and the clouds are few, the beach can truly be a “Paradise”. Unlike the actual beaches I have visited over the years, Paradise Cove is comprised of only the finest attributes, such as the beautiful trees and foliage, white sands, bright blue skies and eclectic colorful beach houses. You won’t find any cigarette butts, discarded beer bottles or Big Mac wrappers on the sands of this beach. You can actually swim in the water here too, no green algae or dead fish to wade through. Mother Nature is by far the most talented artist I’ve ever witnessed. Take one of those beautiful summer afternoons, sit on the beach with a clear mind and gaze at her work, you’ll see what I mean. Oh, one last thing, you don’t have to pay for access to this beach. The only requirement at Paradise Cove is that you leave your stress and worries in the car and let the tranquility and quietude take over.