Looked at as some of the most beautiful places in the Magic City, these places are sure to give you a glimpse of Miami as you've never seen before.
Dry Tortugas National Park
The isolated Dry Tortugas National Park sits almost 70 miles west of Key West. The 100-square-mile park is mainly open water with seven small islands.
Hollywood Beach Broadwalk
Nestled between Fort Lauderdale and Miami is Hollywood, a classic Florida beach town that has been enchanting tourists since the 1920s.
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
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.
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'.
Sanibel is an island and city in Lee County, Florida. Located along the Gulf of Mexico just a short drive from Fort Myers, is justly famed for its sunsets, lighthouse, and luxurious resorts.