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Fort Lauderdale, abbreviated Ft. Lauderdale, and known as the "Venice of America", due to its extensive and intricate canal system, is a city located in Broward County
St. Andrews State Park
Sugary white sandy beach, crystal blue water, a wide variety of outdoor activities, and plenty of natural beauty are what you'll discover when you arrive at Saint Andrews State Park.
Few may know that there is a rural enclave on the southern outskirts of the city where you can collect strawberries, see exotic tropical fruit trees, taste guava wine, and enjoy beautiful orchid greenhouses and gardens.
South Pointe Park
Located at the southern tip of Miami Beach, South Pointe is a 17-acre park with walking trails, grassy knolls, and sweeping ocean views.
Art Deco Historic District
The Art Deco Historic District has the highest concentration of Art Deco architectural heritage, with over 800 historic buildings.
Although the town of Stuart, Florida, does not have the name of recognition of some of its neighbors, it is sometimes referred to as ´the Sailfish Capital of the World´, which makes it a hot spot for saltwater fishermen from all over the country.
The best Florida destination for discovering the outdoors, enjoying active eco-adventures, and being surrounded by nature is Jacksonville.
Jensen Beach, tucked into Florida's East Coast between Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach, once was known as the 'Pineapple Capital of the World'.
Hollywood Beach Broadwalk
Nestled between Fort Lauderdale and Miami is Hollywood, a classic Florida beach town that has been enchanting tourists since the 1920s.
Ocean Drive is Miami's most emblematic route, possibly because of all the movies it's starred in, and it's also typically the first location people think of when they hear Miami Beach.
Welcome to Tallahassee, home to large festivals, energizing nightlife, award-winning cuisine, over 700 miles of trails, and perpetual outdoor adventures.