Whether you’re looking for beautiful scenery, amusement parks or what feels like endless stretches of white sand beaches, there will be at least one resort in Florida’s 65,757sq mi that suits you to a tee.
Can’t decide between beach, city or theme park? By opting for a multi-centre holiday, you’ll not only be able experiencing multiple holidays in one, but you’ll also get to travel beyond the main gateways and find Florida’s hidden gems.
Plus, if you choose to travel off the beaten track, you’ll come across quiet lakes, hidden rivers and vintage fish camps and get to see the “real” Sunshine State.
Dubbed the theme park capital of the world, Orlando is a thrill seeker’s paradise so it’s no surprise that it’s usually the first resort that springs to mind when you think of Florida. If you’re looking for culture and history, then the streets of Downtown are the place to go, but otherwise, you’ll be able to sit back and enjoy the rides.
If you’re looking for a blissful beach getaway, explore Daytona Beach on Florida’s Atlantic side. Here you’ll find 23 miles of white sand beaches, and a little further south, you’ll find Ponce Inlet’s beach, boardwalks, nature trails and impressive lighthouse. Break up your day by visiting Daytona International Speedway and taking a ride in a NASCAR race car.
A vibrant city with world class art like the acclaimed Dalí Museum, top Florida beaches like Treasure Island and Clearwater Beach, and a pulsing downtown nightlife, St Petersburg is the place to be for culture and fun in the sun.
Best known as Florida’s capital city, Tallahassee is a calm and gracious city full of genuine Southern hospitality. Complete with picturesque gardens, scenic lakes, historical sites, and a rich cultural background, it’s a great destination for an active family holiday.
Plane spotters rejoice, the historic district of Pensacola is known for aviation as it’s where all naval pilots train to get their wings. Better yet, you’ll be able to watch them in the sky while laying on one of the cities glorious white sandy beaches. As the days wind down, head to one of Pensacola’s many vibrant restaurants and cultural venues.
An affordable yet luxurious holiday destination, Jacksonville is a big city with authentic cuisine, thriving craft-beer scene and lively nightlife. Here you can choose to relax on the 22 miles of beach, explore the 10 state and national parks, or do something in between like taking part in some world-class fishing.
No, we don’t mean the one in Italy! Situated on the Gulf Coast of Mexico, Naples is the perfect holiday destination for families, shopping lovers, beach goers and culture vultures. Its known for its plentiful art galleries, as well as its quirky clothing and interior boutique shops.
Dubbed the ‘Venice of America’ thanks to its fascinating system of canals and waterways, and also home to beautiful palm-adorned beaches, Fort Lauderdale is a destination with a twist. Experience world-class shopping or fine dining along the riverwalk, or hike into the Everglades to see amazing wildlife in its natural habitat.