Popular Accommodations in Florida
Highlights in Florida
- Walt Disney World
- Beautiful beaches
- Outdoor adventures
- Great food
Most popular in Florida
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Florida Vacation Rentals
Pick any spot on Florida's beautiful coastline and we have your perfect vacation home from quirky beachside cabins in Pensacola to deluxe family villas near the Art Deco delights of Miami. All accommodation is fully equipped with everything you need for enjoyable seaside vacations. You'll be within toe-dipping reach of the water while many rental homes also feature terraces and swimming pools.Inland holiday accommodation
Explore the hidden delights of inland Florida, staying in rustic bungalows or spacious cabins near Lakes Okeechobee or Istokpoga or ranch-style accommodation near Kissimmee Prairie State Preserve Park. After daytime adventures in the great outdoors come home and cook your dinner on outdoor fire pits or barbecues.All the fun of Disney World
The young at heart always enjoy the theme parks of Orlando where we have large family homes, many with outdoor swimming pools. Larger houses sleep up to twenty guests so why not get your whole family together for the vacation of a lifetime? Some villas even have Disney themed decor that children will adore while you can be sure all accommodation is comfortable and fully equipped.
Vacationing in Florida
Florida is the most south-easterly part of the United States with a high quota of sunshine that makes it popular all year round. Whether you like the thrills and spills of hair-raising rides, countryside adventures or simply want to laze on beautiful stretches of sandy beaches then Florida has them all.Getting to Florida
Florida is served by four airports, Orlando, Miami, Tampa, and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International. Rail lines and three interstate highways connect Florida to the rest of the US. Fast, well-maintained roads loop around Florida's coastline and give easy access to its interior.
Orlando is the home of Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando Resort, and SeaWorld Orlando. Walt Disney World is the largest theme park in the world where you can take in everything from the Magic Kingdom to the sci-fi attractions of Epcot. Universal Orlando takes you to the heart of your favorite movies while the SeaWorld Adventure Park teaches you all about life in the ocean.The outdoor life
Head to the beach, Florida has some of the best in the world such as Panama City Beach, West Palm Beach and South Beach. You'll be spoilt with miles of sand to stretch out on or try your hand at diving to explore coral reefs and sunken ships. The Florida National Scenic Trail gives you over 1000 miles of hiking routes that criss-cross the country.Florida for fishing
Whether you enjoy salt or freshwater fishing you will find some of the best fishing action in the world in Florida. Sailfish, Largemouth Bass, and Tarpon are some of the species waiting to challenge you.
Top 5 things to do in Florida
Apart from the Magic Kingdom and Epcot, discover the delights of Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, two water parks and all the shopping and dining you could want.2. Kennedy Space Center Visitor's Complex
Take a tour of America's launch point for manned space missions and the Space Shuttle. Located at Cape Canaveral this visitor's complex is full of interactive fun with spacecraft displays, huge IMAX movie screens, and a museum charting the history of space exploration. Be sure to try out the new Space Shuttle Launch Experience and see what if feels like to be an astronaut.3. Watch out for the alligators
No visit to Florida is complete without exploring the Everglades National Park. Enjoy an airboat ride through the swamps, trying to catch a glimpse of alligators in their natural settings or see hatchlings at the visitor's center. Drive across the Everglades on Route 41 and stop off at Shark Valley for a vintage tram tour.4. Drive across the Sunshine Skyway Bridge
The Sunshine Skyway Bridge crosses the mouth of Tampa Bay. This masterpiece of engineering is the longest cable-stayed bridge in the world. As well as being beautiful to look at it is also a favorite haunt of fishermen with two long fishing piers converted from the remains of the previous bridge.5. Cruise inland waterways
Take a cruise around the canals of Miami while the homes of the rich and famous are pointed out to you. Many of Miami's buildings are stunning reminders of the Art Deco thirties.
It's not for nothing that Florida is known as the Sunshine State.
Florida enjoys a semi-tropical climate making it a pleasant destination all year round. Sea breezes in the Summer make the heat out of the day enjoyable.Florida cuisine
Cuisine in Florida has many influences from early Spanish to the Caribbean. Fresh seafood and locally grown vegetables and tropical fruit are always available.