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Dania Beach
Dania Beach

Located Between Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood, Dania Beach is a short drive to all the attractions in the area. This family-friendly beach has unique Seminole "chickee huts" for shade and..

Deerfield Beach
Deerfield Beach

Surf, play volleyball or pier fish at this Blue Wave Beach. Quiet Waters Park offers a playground of another kind, including a children's splash zone and skate park. The Deerfield Beach..

DeLand
DeLand

While the Mayaca Indians were the first to make this scenic area their home, DeLand was originally founded in 1876 by Henry A. DeLand who later created the DeLand Academy in 1883. Today..

Delray Beach
Delray Beach

Delray Beach, located directly on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, offers a breathtaking beachfront with incomparable beauty and easy access. The rich patina of more than 100 years..

Dunedin
Dunedin

Dunedin (pronounced "done-EE-din") is an old-fashioned town steeped in Scottish heritage, with a sister city, Stirling, in Scotland. Each spring, the town boasts the Highland Games and..

Emerald Coast
Emerald Coast

The Destin/Fort Walton Beach area, also known as the Emerald Coast, is a top destination. Its beaches offer snow-white, powdery sand and crystal-clear water great for swimming or..

Everglades City
Everglades City

Everglades City is a great starting point for exploring Florida's famous ecosystem. Everglades City lies on the southwest coast of Florida and is nestled between Everglades National Park..

Fakahatchee Strand State Park
Fakahatchee Strand State Park

Fakahatchee Strand is the location of the ghost orchid poaching depicted in the best-selling book and subsequent movie "The Orchid Thief." The deepest strand swamp in the Everglades creates..

Flagler Beach/Palm Coast
Flagler Beach/Palm Coast

Quiet on the East Coast Located between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine, Flagler Beach has miles of sparkling beaches, bountiful fishing and waterfront shops and restaurants. You’ll find..

Fort Jefferson - Florida Keys
Fort Jefferson - Florida Keys

Only accessible by boat, Fort Jefferson in the Dry Tortugas National Park is the largest masonry structure in the Western hemisphere, made up of more than 16 million bricks. You don't even..

Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale

Stylish beaches for couples and families Fort Lauderdale, which provides the ultimate in beach vacations, draws visitors from all over the world seeking sandy shores and warm, sparkling..

Fort Lauderdale Beach
Fort Lauderdale Beach

Avid sportsmen (and sportswomen) need look no further than Fort Lauderdale for a perfect day at the beach. When it comes to activities both in the water and on the sand, this stretch of..

Fort Pierce
Fort Pierce

Marlin, snook, grouper (plus a host of marinas, fishing charters and tournaments) make Fort Pierce an angler's favorite. The area rates with divers, too, for reefs natural and artificial..

Frenchtown Historic Community
Frenchtown Historic Community

Tennessee Street to Brevard Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Copeland Street. In 1831, historic plantations, churches, homesteads, educational institutions, businesses and..

Gainesville
Gainesville

"Smithsonian," "National Geographic Adventure" and "Forbes" magazines have lauded Gainesville’s live-ability. Turns out it’s a great place to visit for many of the same reasons:..

High Springs
High Springs

The collection of antiques is impressive here. Not just the wares - the buildings, too. Homes and churches constructed in the 19th- and early 20th-centuries showcase details from gables to..

Hollywood Beach
Hollywood Beach

Families love this destination for its safe, clean shores (Hollywood Beach has been designated a Blue Wave Clean Beach by the Clean Beaches Council). Its Hollywood Beach Broadwalk - a..

Hollywood Beach Broadwalk
Hollywood Beach Broadwalk

Named one of America's top ten nostalgic promenades by USA Today, the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk is more than 3.2km (2 miles) long, featuring miles of car free enjoyment and bricklined..

Home of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
Home of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

In the 1930s, Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings lived and worked in the tiny community of Cross Creek. Her Cracker-style home and farm, where she lived for 25 years..

Ichetucknee Springs State Park
Ichetucknee Springs State Park

If you want to go where the locals go, you'll head over to Ichetucknee Springs. Tubing the Ichetucknee is a rite of passage for many Floridians. Float down the crystalline Ichetucknee River..

Indian Rocks Beach
Indian Rocks Beach

You've got the Intracoastal to one side, the Gulf of Mexico to the other. Any way you look at it, you've got it made in these cozy beach communities. Think residential, with plenty of..

Islamorada
Islamorada

Fishing, fishing and more fishing on Islamorada. Hundreds of years ago, Spanish explorers sailed by Islamorada, saw the purple hue of its coastline (from the lavender shells of sea snails)..

Jacksonville Beach
Jacksonville Beach

In Jacksonville Beach, you'll find vast stretches of gorgeous beach, a newly redesigned golf course, a famous fishing pier and loads of water activities. A favorite of beach-, nature- and..

Jasper
Jasper

You dig the outdoors. Your partner harbors a love of history. Indulge them both in Jasper. Water (almost) all around ensures a good day fishing or boating or canoeing. Gibson Park offers..

Jensen Beach
Jensen Beach

In town, Jensen Beach turns on the charm with a friendly main street and restaurants (seafood with a view being the specialty). November brings the annual Pineapple Festival with food..

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Key Largo
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Key Largo

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park features three swimming areas, one of which is Cannon Beach, where the remnants of an early Spanish shipwreck can be found about 30m (100 feet)..

Juno Beach
Juno Beach

Jupiter's neighbor to the south, Juno beach features more unspoiled, wide, sea-oat-dappled beaches that will leave you wanting to come back for more. Juno Beach Park and Fishing Pier..

Key Largo
Key Largo

For a diving experience offered nowhere else in the U.S., visit Key Largo and experience the living coral reefs and wrecks. Just this side of paradise (and a bit south of Miami) lies a..

Key West Dog Beach
Key West Dog Beach

It may be small, but this beach is a favorite of Key West pooches. Located at the corner of Waddell and Vernon avenues (next to Louie's Backyard restaurant and bar), this tiny stretch of..

Kingsley Plantation National Historic Site
Kingsley Plantation National Historic Site

For 6,000 years, humans have made Fort George Island in present-day Jacksonville their home. Still visible today are giant mounds of oyster shells left by the Timucua Indians and their..

Kissimmee
Kissimmee

The reason they call Kissimmee "the heart of Florida" has as much to do with how you'll love it (no coincidence there's a "kiss" in its name) as with its geography. Connected to Orlando at..

Knott House Museum
Knott House Museum

The Knott House was first occupied in 1843 by Attorney Thomas Hagner and his wife Catherine Gamble. The house is thought to have been built by free black builder George Proctor. When Union..

Lake Okeechobee
Lake Okeechobee

Sometimes referred to as Florida's inland sea, Lake Okeechobee is central to a region of Florida historically known for its agriculture, but in recent times also equated with superior..

Lake Wales
Lake Wales

Lake Wales is a looker. Sixty bells encased in an Art Deco- and Gothic-styled, coquina and marble carillon tower sound over Historic Bok Sanctuary's 250 blooming acres. Plan your visit with..

Lake Worth
Lake Worth

Located in Palm Beach County, Lake Worth offers miles of beaches and a fun downtown area. Lake Worth, found at the center of Palm Beach County, is just over 13 square km (5 square miles)..

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea

Lauderdale By The Sea is a tropical paradise that offers a tranquil coastal getaway along with easy access to nearby bustling cities. Located on Florida's popular southeast coast, it is..

Madeira Beach
Madeira Beach

This is the stuff beach boardwalks are made of: waterfront eats, a marina packed with choices for dipping into the aqua and even a pirate ship where you can wage your own squirt-gun..

Magic Kingdom
Magic Kingdom

The park has been updated to reflect the latest hits (witness the Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor comedy show and the Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin), but all the classics are still here:..

Marathon
Marathon

The view from the Seven Mile Bridge alone is worth the trip to this island. See what else Marathon has to offer. Located as it is very nearly at the mid-point of the Keys, Marathon justly..

Melbourne
Melbourne

Surf's up in Melbourne, Florida. Set on the Indian River Lagoon on Florida's Space Coast, Melbourne offers beaches, fishing, paddling and airboating. It's also the home to annual festivals..

Merritt Island
Merritt Island

Imagine what you could do with an island eight times the size of Manhattan (perhaps run a space program or harbor several hundred endangered and threatened species). Merritt Island, home to..

Micanopy
Micanopy

Any antiques aficionado worth his or her weight in collectibles has made the pilgrimage to Micanopy's shop-heavy Cholokka Boulevard. The street is also the site of the town's annual Fall..

Mount Dora
Mount Dora

What is Mount Dora made of? Much to see and do along the Lake Dora waterfront (including a lighthouse, piers for fishing, an annual regatta and a holiday boat parade); an historic..

National Naval Aviation Museum
National Naval Aviation Museum

A quintessential Pensacola experience, the National Naval Aviation Museum is the third- largest aviation museum in the world. Marvel at the 150 vintage aircraft, including the first plane..

New Port Richey
New Port Richey

It didn't become the "Hollywood of the East" movie moguls hoped it would in the 1920s, but a mural at the corner of Main Street and Grand depicts New Port Richey's almost-famous past. Let..

New Smyrna Beach
New Smyrna Beach

If the racing world knows Daytona Beach, the art world knows New Smyrna Beach. Consider it Daytona's quieter, creative neighbor to the south, home to artists-in-residence, exhibits at the..

Ocala
Ocala

Ask anyone what to do in Ocala and the response will be: Silver Springs Nature Park. Visitors got their first glimpses of the immaculately clear water here from a glass bottom boat in 1878...

Old City Cemetery - Talahassee
Old City Cemetery - Talahassee

Tallahassee's first public cemetery served as the burial place for blacks and whites as early as 1829. Laws required that blacks be buried in the western half of the cemetery, so..

Ormond Beach
Ormond Beach

True, the earliest automobile races took place here (view replicas of early speedsters at Birthplace of Speed Park; a Thanksgiving weekend parade and antique car show gives another reason..

Oviedo
Oviedo

Oviedo is just a short drive from big-city Orlando, but offers the comfort and personality of a small town. Oviedo, once known for its growth of citrus and celery, is now also recognized..

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