Florida's Most Beautiful Spots Key West. Art Gallery, Botanical Garden, Museum, Natural Feature. You haven't really experienced the beauty of Florida until you've visited these 10 destinations. From the northern part of the Sunshine State to the Keys, these absolutely beautiful spots deserve a spot on your travel list.
To explore Florida's rich history, you must make the trip to St. 450 years old, this North Florida city is as charming as it is old (we say that as a compliment). Located on the Matanzas River, this European-inspired city combines cobblestone streets and Spanish forts with sparkling palm trees and sparkling coastlines. If you've been delaying your trip to Rome or Spain, this Florida spot may be the best option (a short drive away, of course).
Colourful pastel-painted beach houses, swaying palm trees, Ernest Hemingway's historic home and the noisy bars of Duval Street, there's nothing quite like Key West (and the seven-mile bridge you need to take to get there). About a mile south of Cape Florida, you'll find a group of seven pastel-colored timber-framed houses. The now-empty houses, dating back to the 1930s, were known to host wild parties during Prohibition. Nowadays, the houses sit quietly in the middle of the open waters, it's really a sight worth seeing.
If you're nearby, embark on a fascinating guided tour from Deering Estate. Just over a mile long, Micanopy is Florida's self-proclaimed antiques capital. It is known as a quiet, rural town south of Gainesville, which is why it earned the nickname “the little town that time forgot”. With a population of approximately 600, the busiest road (Cholokka Boulevard) is lined with typical Florida architecture, old oak trees covered with Spanish moss and old shop windows.
Located 70 miles from Key West, Dry Turtle National Park is made up of seven small islands. Coined by the Spanish explorer Ponce de León in 1513, this island is full of sea turtles. The heart of the park is historic Fort Jefferson. That's all in the 10 most beautiful places to visit in Florida.
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Petersburg, Florida Top 10 Weekend Getaways in Florida. Located in Northwest Florida, Destin and Fort Walton Beach make it the perfect place for families. A short walk with an unspoiled path under a canopy of beautiful trees will take you to the panoramic view of the beach. A place seen by many as the most laid-back paradise, America's Sunshine State is home to extensive stretches of fine white powder beaches, dense areas of mangroves, wild wetlands, bohemian enclaves, party towns seemingly made for spring break, wild surf beaches, a truly beautiful chain of tropical islands and some of the most spectacular sunsets on the planet.
Gulf Islands National Seashore stretches 160 miles from Mississippi to Florida, and includes historic brick forts, hiking trails and some of the country's most beautiful beaches. Developed from the private collection of Reynolds and Eleanor Morse (personal friends of Salvador Dalí), this beautiful museum houses 96 oil paintings, drawings and sculptures. Located 25 miles north of Miami, this resort town with beautiful canals and waterways will take you back to Venice. Relax on the beach or enjoy a fun-filled night, Miami Beach is an idyllic visit to Florida's beautiful sandy beach.