6 of the best resorts in Florida

by Julie on August 1, 2017

It’s no secret that Florida is home to some of the most famous attractions in the USA. From theme parks and shopping complexes to sandy beaches, wildlife and culture, the Sunshine State has a lot to offer. If you’re planning a visit to Florida this year, check out some of its best resorts.

Miami

Synonymous with party-goers and celebrities, Miami is a must-visit for any holidaymaker in Florida, whether you’re staying at the resort or not. With stunning year-round weather, hundreds of designer shopping outlets and endless white, sandy beaches, it’s a holidaymaker’s paradise.

Key West

As the southernmost point in the United States, Key West can, on clear nights, offer a breath-taking view of Cuba’s lights in the sky. This resort may be away from the hustle and bustle of everything else Florida has to offer, but it’s a sensible choice for those looking for a quiet and peaceful break.

Naples

In south-west Florida, you’ll find Naples, which is perched on the Gulf of Mexico. Not only is this resort known for its great weather, but it’s home to high-end shopping complexes and a range of tourist attractions, including botanical gardens, a zoo and an impressive marina with an active boating community. It’s a popular tourist destination that’s perfect for a laid-back break.

Kissimmee

Right in the heart of Florida’s tourist bustle, Kissimmee is close to Walt Disney World Resort, Sea World and Orlando Studios, and is the perfect choice for families who want a slice of adventure. Plus, if you check out the Florida villas 2018 section of the Ocean Florida website, you’ll find accommodation that’s just 25 minutes away from the action, so you’ll never have far to travel.

The Palm Beaches

Packed with museums, gardens, performing arts and delicious cuisine, West Palm Beach gives you the perfect opportunity to soak up some Florida culture. The Palm Beaches are also home to more than 160 public and private golf courses, cementing the areas as ‘Florida’s Golf Capital’.

Fort Lauderdale

Whether you spend the day shopping on Las Olas Boulevard or take a gondola ride on one of the city’s canals, you’ll never be bored in Fort Lauderdale. And, if you want to go back in time, stop by the Stranahan House, a 1900s home that has been furnished with authentic antiques from the area.

Regardless of whether you stay in one of the six resorts that we have recommended, or you go off the beaten track, have a fantastic holiday in Florida!

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