NAPLES FLORIDA ATTRACTIONS
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Marco Island, just a short ride from the Florida Everglades and close to Naples, is the largest and only developed land in Florida’s Ten Thousand Islands.
FORT MYERS BEACH
Sanibel Island, located along the Gulf of Mexico just a short drive from Fort Myers, is justly famed for its sunsets, lighthouse and luxurious resorts.
Renowned Gulf Coast beaches, verdant golf courses and family attractions like the popular Sun Splash Family Waterpark an appealing destination.
You and your family can experience one-on-one natural encounters, play on top-notch beaches and treat yourselves to endless family-friendly attractions, restaurants and resorts in Fort Myers and surrounding areas along southwest Florida’s sunny Gulf Coast.
Your time in the Florida Keys can be as action-packed or as relaxed as you desire. Adventure-seekers can test their skills on a fishing charter. Get up close and personal with tropical fish on a snorkel trip, or dive to explore a famous Florida Keys ship wreck.
A short drive from downtown Sarasota, Siesta Key sits adjacent to the glittering Gulf of Mexico and its Siesta Public Beach has been named the nation’s best — twice. This quaint yet quirky 8-mile-long island offers shopping, resorts, dining and nightlife.
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota Bay pays homage to the Ringlings, the family behind America’s most famous circus. Check out circus memorabilia including old costumes, wagons and my favourite, the world’s largest miniature circus.
Here’s an itinerary for a great day in South Florida: from Hollywood’s beautiful beach to the Broadwalk – yes, the Broad-walk, a 2½-mile beachside strolling lure – to a pleasant trolley ride to renowned burger joint Le Tub, conveniently located just a few steps from Hollywood Beach along State Road A1A.
Fort Lauderdale is famous for its beaches, arts, culture and events. From shopping on Las Olas Boulevard, to gondola rides on the canals, to a historic riverfront. Just two miles north of Port Everglades, you can experience Fort Lauderdale’s landscaped beachfront promenade, with its signature white wave wall.
Vibrant and charged with the energy of Caribbean rhythms, Miami means big-city sophistication and seductive beaches to those who plug into its unique brand of electric charge. A railroad into the old Indian trading post started Miami down its path as Florida’s most dynamic city.
Boca Raton, familiarly known to locals by its first name “Boca,” truly has it all. Beaches and golf courses; fine hotels and wondrous art museums (and the Festival of the Arts BOCA); jazz clubs and concerts at Mizner Park; the glittery Town Center at Boca Raton shopping mall, with 220 upscale and elite specialty shops.