In Florida, there are lots of areas that could be explored along with some of the world’s most attractive beaches. In this region, some internationally acclaimed beaches can be found for you to enjoy with luxury and a charm of earthy pleasure.
Anna Maria, Bradenton and Longboat Key
Situatedin southern Florida near Tampa and St. Petersburg; the Bradenton region presents an experience, far unlike the other areas of the United States.As an alternative of amusement parks, malls, and people packed streets, the Bradenton region offers calm island beaches and not able small towns and villages;all with a definitive history.
Anna Maria and Longboat Key are picturesque, quiet and peaceful islands and not muddled by high-rise hotels. Local restaurants offer unsullied and famous Florida seafood, a cuisine with local flair, which cannot be found anywhere else.
Charlotte Harbor and the Gulf Islands
Boca Grande Pass and Charlotte Harbor, tops in the world for tarpon fishing.Labeled by international sports magazines; the “Tarpon Fishing Capital of the World”; it also has 200 miles of paddle-friendly waterways, which can be explored at your leisure.
The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel
Imagine, always bright sunshine;visualizing blue skies and humid Gulf waters, beaches with white sand and uninhabited islands,assuming days spent watching dolphins and walking the pristine beaches searching for seashells and thinking about enjoying the evenings with delicious seafood in the backdrop of beautiful sunsets: this is the right place to get it all.
This area boasts almost 400 varieties of birds and most of them can be found in the world famous Darling National Wildlife Refuge; the nation’s largest emerging mangrove ecosystem. The perfect unoccupied white-sand beaches, paddling alongside manatees and dolphins and enjoying the world’s finest shelling on Captiva Island and Sanibel Island, will be a lifetime experience.
Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades
Florida’s Paradise Coast, unmatched attractions and memorable adventures, makes leisure time, an experience you will remember forever. One should not miss a cruise on board the Dolphin Explorer, which has been featured in National Geographic’s “100 Places That Can Change Your Child’s Life: From Your Backyard to the Ends of the Earth.”
During the speedboat tour through the Everglades, people can enjoy a closer view of the coastal wildlife. Everglades National Park, the lone subtropical protected area in North America and an element of the country’s prime wetlands ecological unit, deserves a must-visit. One can enjoy the boat tour at the Gulf Coast Visitor Center in Everglades City for exploring the brine mangrove estuary segment of the park and for viewing bottle nose dolphins and some unique species of birds.