What is your favorite vacation spot in Florida?
Orlando is the destination of choice for many people planning a vacation to Florida, and for good reason: there’s Walt Disney World and Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Universal Studios and Universal’s Islands of Adventure, Animal Kingdom, Discovery Cove, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Gatorland, and more.
Is it a good idea to vacation in Florida right now?
Florida is considered a relatively safe place to visit during COVID-19, but not all Florida counties are safe. Jackson, Gulf and St. Johns are the most affected places at the moment.
Where can I go on a mini vacation in Florida?
- These top Florida getaways are perfect for couples, families, solo travelers and more. While you may think of beaches and theme parks when the Sunshine State comes to mind, Florida offers so much more.
- Sunny Isles Beach.
- Vero Beach.
- Winter Park.
- Anna Maria Island.
- Universal Orlando Resort.
Which side of Florida has better beaches?
The waters of the Atlantic Ocean on the East Coast of Florida are, in general, known to have more wave action than the Gulf Coast. It means more opportunities for surfing (Kelly Slater grew up surfing this coast) and general water play for those looking for a vacation that includes a more active beach experience.
What beaches in Florida have a boardwalk?
5 Boardwalks In Florida That Will Make Your Summer Awesome
- Hollywood Beach Broadwalk. Flickr/Ryan Derry.
- John’s Pass Village & Boardwalk, Madeira Beach. TripAdvisor/Mitch907.
- Audubon Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, Naples. Flickr/B A Bowen Photography.
- Destin Harbor Boardwalk.
- Harbor Walk at the Key West Historic Seaport.
What part of Florida has white sand beaches?
Northwest Florida has some of the purest whitest sand anywhere in the state. Its dazzling crystals are nearly pure quartz resulting in soft fluffy sand that is a pleasure to walk on. I’ll never forget my first steps onto the white sand beach at St. Andrew’s State Park near Panama City Beach.
Which side of Florida has warmer water?
As a general rule, the water anywhere in Florida will be warm enough to swim between April and October. During the cooler months, the farther south you go, the warmer it will be. Fort Lauderdale, Miami, the Keys, Marco Island and Naples will have the warmest water during the winter.