Top Destinations in Florida
- Boca Raton
- Lake Buena Vista
- Daytona Beach
- Miami Beach
- Fort Lauderdale
- Fort Myers
- Palm Beach
- Key West
Walt Disney World Just a short drive 20 miles south of Orlando tourists can find the Magic Kingdom known as Walt Disney World. The park stretches over 43 miles and includes four separate themes parks; the Magic Kingdom, EPCOT Center; Disney-MGM Studios and the Animal Kingdom. The area is filled with restaurants, shops and water parks.
Venetian Pool Venetian Pool is one of the area's top attractions and a wonderful historic landmark. The water park that looks like it is taken right off of a postcard was carved out of a coral rock quarry in the 1920's. More like a work of art the park offers public swimming amidst the perfect backdrop. The park is complete with waterfalls, coral caves and fountains.
Sunfest Held each May in Palm Beach Sunfest if the largest waterfront festival of its kind. The festival attracts more than 300,000 visitors each May and is filled with fun and exciting things to view and do. Four stages where live bands play fill the air with lively music while visitors of the festival browse through more than 150 artist's displays. There is a special kids area that offers child friendly activities, a bounce house and more.
South Beach - South Beach is known as a trendy, sophisticated area that offers wonderful stretches of beaches in a lively and diverse environment. Not for the inhibited the beach allows topless sunbathing. The beach is rich with Miami's unique culture and is reflect even in the art deco style lifeguard towers. Surfing is not permitted but visitors can enjoy many other beach time activities.
John D. MacArthur Beach State Park - A popular spot for locals and tourists John D. MacArthur Beach State Park is located on a barrier island just off of the coastline. The beauty found here is like none other. Visitors to the park will enjoy more than just beautiful sand beaches they can also enjoy the natural wildlife and plant life of the area. Enjoy swimming, fishing, snorkeling and shell collecting.
Dubois Park - there is so much to do at Dubois Park. If the call of nature is beckoning you then you will truly love the park. A shallow lagoon perfect for children to play in surrounds the small beach area. Children will also enjoy watching the hermit crabs and shell collecting. The Indian Mound historical site and Dubois Pioneer Home are also located in the park grounds.
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