Jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, Florida is a beautiful sunny peninsula that brings the buzz of city-living, and the relaxation of island life depending on where you choose to go. Tour the marshes of the Everglades, spend time dining at world-class restaurants and experiencing vivid nightlife in Miami or find quiet time lounging on the sand in Key West. If you’re looking for a good blend of comfort and entertainment, head to Tampa or St. Petersburg before taking a leisurely drive on the highway down to Sanibel Island.
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Florida ranges in accommodations from five-star resorts such as underwater hotels, to campgrounds, and quaint bed-and-breakfasts. Depending on your interests, stay among the oceanfront and surf, play tennis, golf, go boating, or snorkeling. Florida has something for everyone.
Florida’s climate varies but is relatively warm year-round. Florida experiences a true summer in which there is a peak season, but winter is the prime time to visit the southernmost parts of the state.
Situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, the Keys are a string of tropical islands in which visitors can boat, snorkel, scuba dive and fish. The environment is peaceful and filled with hospitality.