Northeast Coast "Old Florida" Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Daytona Beach
Stroll St. Augustine's historic district with its cobblestone streets, quaint cafes, unique shops and enjoy Florida as it used to be. Leisure activities include tennis, golfing, boating and beaches.
Central Florida Orlando, Lakeland, Winter Haven, Avon Park
One of the world's premier travel destinations. More than 50-million people visit each year, enjoying the many attractions, shops and events that make Central Florida a fantastic place to visit and live. Just a short drive to either East Coast or Gulf beaches.
Tampa Bay Area Sarasota, Bradenton, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Tampa, Brandon
The Bay Area offers all you're looking for in the Florida experience - cultural excitement mixed with sunny beaches, rich arts, professional sports, sites to see and things to do that you just won't find anywhere else. These West Coast communities are a true hot spot among the World's destinations.
Southeast Beaches (East Coast) Vero Beach, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami
Southeast Florida moves to its own beat, from the Latin spice of Miami to the fine upscale restaurants and shopping of Palm Beach's famous Worth Avenue and the Mediterranean-inspired Boca Raton.
Southwest Beaches (Gulf Coast) Naples, Ft. Myers, Sanibel Island, Port Charlotte, Venice
Discover a Florida you never knew existed. The most unique, off-the-beaten-path sites are best reached by boat and navigated by foot or by bicycle. The Southwest coastline never leaves you far from adventure and relaxation. People travel from across the world to collect shells from Sanibel Island beaches.