North America’s favourite holiday paradise
Holidays in Florida are incredibly popular with families and are a delight for children of all ages. Florida is rightly famous for the extraordinary, unforgettable fantasy world found around the city of Orlando with the world-famous Disney and Universal theme parks. But many forget that Florida also offers an astonishing green region of lakes and rivers and the chance to visit both the Atlantic Space Coast and the fabulous white sandy beaches of the western Gulf Coast. Attractive resorts like stylish Naples and idiosyncratic Marco Island along with superb beach resorts like Clearwater, St Petes Beach and Sarasota make excellent bases from which to visit the theme Parks at Orlando and the amazing Busch Gardens African theme park in Tampa. Sample the excitement, variety and beauty of Florida’s eastern Space Coast with 70 miles of superb broad white sandy beaches, great family resorts like Cocoa Beach, brilliantly organised wildlife parks and the world famous NASA complex at Cape Canaveral. The city of Miami is bursting with life and culture and is famous for its fashionable art deco South Beach, its astonishingly vibrant and varied nightlife and an extraordinary selection of trendy cafes, bars and restaurants.
A dazzling array of varied attractions
Florida holidays offer visitors plenty of quality accommodation ranging from historic homely inns and family-friendly hotels to luxury penthouses. There is also a superb and varied choice of restaurants for all budgets that feature seafood and romantic open-air dining. Florida is a shopper’s paradise with incredible shopping malls, classy designer boutiques and charming local stores. Holidays here offer visitors a vast array of attractions including superb art galleries, state-of-the-art museums, world-class opera and ballet, and entertainment ranging from down home live music to fabulous stylish nightclubs.
Fantastic beaches and spectacular nature parks
Gorgeous, wide, palm-fringed, white sandy beaches with gently shelving sand and calm warm water make Florida holidays a favourite with children and swimmers. Florida provides plenty for sports enthusiasts, with fans of golf and fishing especially well catered for. Visitors can partake of every conceivable watersport including diving among the unique coral reefs at Key Largo and spectacular deep-sea fishing.There are fascinating, well-organised nature parks like the famous Everglades National Park, the Rookery Bay Nature Preserve and Big Cypress Swamp. Holidays in Florida really do have something for everyone and will never leave you stuck for something to do!
Weather in Florida
There are two distinct seasons in Florida - the dry season, seen during the autumn and winter, and the wet, occurring throughout the spring and summer. Although Florida attracts visitors all year round, the winter months are the peak tourist season, with temperatures averaging at 23C and most days staying relatively dry. Summers in Florida are hot and wet, often with 100% humidity, and temperatures frequently reaching 32C. It tends to rain every day during the summer months, generally around 3pm, with the showers being heavy but not lasting very long. The coastal areas are cooler than inland, thanks to the sea breezes from both the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic ocean.
All inclusive holidays in Florida
For those looking for a laid-back and accessible destination on winter sun holidays, all inclusive holidays to Florida can be just the thing, offering convenience and value for money - all at one great price. All inclusive holidays to Florida mean no hidden extras, with accommodation, meals and daily activities taken care of before you even go - leaving you to lie back and relax without a care in the world. All inclusive holidays to Florida are ideal for those looking to stay close to their hotel and make the most of all the facilities available - with plenty of sports, games and lessons on offer for active guests (be sure to check what is included, as some activities are available for additional costs).