Spring break is coming up. Do you already have your plans ironed out? It isn’t like spring break really need a ton of plans. All you need to know is where you’re going, where you’re going to stay, and what you’re going to do when you get there. What you’re going to do is pretty straightforward, right? It’s party time! Spring break is the perfect time to relax and get a little R&R before all hell breaks loose at school. It’s your last chance to chill out before classes make you feel like you could pull your hair out.
Next part: where are you going to go? Okay, so this is the hard part. There are plenty of options out there. You could just go bar hopping, but most people choose to go to the beach. Why not? It’s warm and the best way to take a breather. If you’re the type to hit the beach this spring break, you’re not alone.
A lot of people head to see the gnarly waves of a beach, but no one really goes to Cabo anymore. That’s so early 2000s. By now, people have found new places to spend their spring break, and Facebook was kind enough to keep track of which ones saw the most activity.
Here are 10 beaches that saw a massive jump in visits in the last year. People are checking in and having fun. As a bonus, the survey focused on college-age kids, so you won’t get there and see tons of retirees.