The Definitive Guide To Florida Travel!
Vacation in Florida for Your Health
If you want to be at your healthiest, take a vacation to Florida. Nothing soothes the body, mind, and spirit like traveling to such a beautiful location. Whether you are trying to heal, get in better physical condition, or just maintain your already stellar health, you will find activities and scenery to help you reach your goals. You can choose one city and spend all your time there, or take a road trip to all the crown jewels of Florida, such as Bradenton, Naples/Fort Myers, Jupiter Palm Beach County, Vero Beach, Destin, Tampa Bay, Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Kissimmee, Fernandina Beach, and New Smyrna Beach.
There is nothing quite as healing as listening to and watching the ocean from a sandy beach. Walking or jogging along the shore is also superb exercise for burning calories and toning muscles. Florida has a variety of the best ocean views and beaches in the world, whether you want to surf, fish, swim, stretch out in the sand and read a book, or take long walks holding the hand of your loved one. Seafood is packed with nutrients for health, and you can dine on freshly caught fish at restaurants throughout the state. Florida is not just an idyllic place full of fun attractions; it is a spot to travel to for your wellbeing. For more details about vacationing in the sunshine state, take a look at this infographic.
margaret peg m
i realized after reading your infographic, i have visited probably half of those listed. i would live there if i could but hubs is licensed only in ohio:/
I completely agree! Florida is my go to vacation spot and I never tire of the many places throughout the state to visit! I never eat more fish or get more outdoor activity then I do when visiting and I never feel better too!
It has been a really long time since I went to Florida. I used to visit my family in Ocala but they recently moved here.
We stayed @ the Gaylord Palms in Florida this summer -one of the finest hotels I’ve ever stayed at.
I’ve never been to Florida but I’m sure it’s beautiful and now I have a nice planning guide!
I’ve only been to Kissimmee and Siesta Key, which- I have to say, Siesta Key, although not inclued on here, was amazing! After reading your post, I think my next destination should be Vero Beach. That place sounds amazing!
I lived in Florida for many years and now back to where I grew up in Michigan. I must say, I do miss Florida but my dad has a place there in Sebring. I have traveled to many places there but would like to see it all.Great post here!
My favorite Florida destination is Destin. Such a cute place and very quaint. Your post made me realize that FL has a ton more to offer too!
I haven’t been to Florida in a long time. I used to love the St. Pete/Tampa area.
this is wonderful. I’ve been to FL one area only, over time, I started to realize FL is really different in different parts you can go to so many of these places for a totally different experience!!
I am a sucker for infographs.. and it makes it even better that this one is about Florida! I absolutely love traveling to Florida! There’s always so much to do!
I grew up in Kissimmee and currently live in the “Tampa Bay” area (really about 45 minutes north of Tampa). I recommend visiting MY current hometown because we have the infamous Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, home of the Weeki Wachee Mermaids! We are nicknamed the Nature Coast because of all of the parks, trails, springs, and more that we have to offer. Sometimes I get frustrated that I live in a “small town” but then I just get in my kayak and go down a river and I remember why I moved here in the first place!
Marnie G (Derrick Todd)
What a fun way to look at these Florida’s cities.
I’ve only visited Florida once, but we had a great time. I would definitely go back!
I think I’m with Sarah L. on this one! If I ever cross ‘the pond’ to the States & happen to arrive in Florida, for me it would have to be the mangrove swamps & the wildlife that would be No. 1 on my list.
Get post! I always said I would never visit swampy, humid Florida! But, now that I live outside of Houston, I suppose I am pretty much prepared! =) lol
Where’s the Everglades on this map? Such a unique experience.
No Space Center?
How could someone come to Florida without visiting the Space Center? (It’s on that bump on the east coast below New Smyrna Beach, across from Kissimmee.)
After you’re done, take SR520 towards Kissimmee & drop by Lone Cabbage for an air boat ride & some gator tail. (They have great burgers if your taste buds are not that adventurous.)
Great tips! There are so many places on there I never though of going.
I am planing on going to Florida soon and this post gives me great vacation spot ideas!