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Atlantic Coast Florida Villa Rentals
When you think of the Atlantic Coast of Florida you usually think of Miami or Fort Lauderdale, well known for their beaches and glamorous people. A vacation rental in a Florida villa on the Atlantic Coast is an ideal way to enjoy a great getaway.
Fort Lauderdale might be famous for Spring Break for college students who hit its beaches, but it also features an historic riverfront with shopping and dining areas and boating, fishing and all types of water sports. Gondola rides make a romantic treat on the canals and cultural and artistic events all offer variety to your vacation.
Other vacation rental areas for a villa on the Atlantic Coast include Boca Raton, Daytona Beach and West Palm Beach that are north of Fort Lauderdale. Daytona Beach is known for the NASCAR Daytona 500 but it is also host of Bike Week in the Spring and Biketoberfest in October for bikers everywhere.
West Palm Beach is home to millionaires and polo matches yet you can enjoy a polo match free of charge during the week, by joining other tailgaters right next to the field. Palm Beach also offers some bargains at garden or accessory and consignment shops, where you can get Gucci and other name brands for a fraction of their original cost.
A vacation rental in Jacksonville offers a good place to stay as there is a lot to do in this area of northeastern Florida. There are plenty of golf courses for those interested in hitting the links, or you can take in the sights at the Jacksonville Landing entertainment complex. The Bronson Motor Speedway is nearby and kayaking, surfing and swimming on its beaches are always good.
If you want to visit the Kennedy Space Center you might consider Titusville as a destination for a vacation rental of a Florida villa. With many attractions like this and Disney and other major theme parks available by car, a villa home base makes sense. You can then branch out each day in another direction to see all the sights or hit the beautiful beaches to relax for a day.
Miami is famous for its beautiful pristine beaches and its celebrities and beautiful people who live, work and play there. But there is more to Miami than a pretty face and it is another destination well worth having a vacation villa home base.
All water activities abound in this beautiful city, but there are also lesser known things to do that will entice you to spend time here. The Cape Florida Lighthouse is open to the public and the restored Keeper’s Cottage is now a museum worth visiting. The Miami Boat Show is an international boat show that lasts for five days for boating enthusiasts everywhere.
The Everglades Park offers a wide variety of activities from biking, hiking, boat or swamp tours. Hialeah Park is one of the oldest horse racing tracks, and the park includes beautiful gardens worth seeing for its pink flamingos and other birds, flowers and animals. Miami also has many museums including the Museum of Science and the Historical Museum of Southern Florida.
The Monkey Jungle and Miami Seaquarium are great spots to visit and Jungle Island offers three terrific shows: Winged Wonders, a bird show, Reptiles of the Jungle and Tale of the Tiger plus many other attractions. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is an extravagant Italian Renaissance palace and estate with magnificent grounds and gardens and a Tea House.
The oldest city in America is St. Augustine which makes it a terrific choice as a vacation rental in southeastern Florida. This famed historical city offers endless opportunities to explore the past and still enjoy the present. Treasury Street is the narrowest street in the United States – only seven feet wide – and leads you to Bay Street on the waterfront. The Villa Zorayda Museum was built in 1883 and is an architectural delight with one of the world’s oldest carpets. Visit the Old Jail where you will be arrested!
The Fountain of Youth is in a park where you are supposed to drink the water to find eternal youth. The park features a 16th century shipwreck and planetarium. Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum is worth a visit and you can explore the secret chamber in the fort called Castillo de San Marcos. This historic city is well worth the time to explore it.
Florida’s Atlantic Coast is a prime location for vacation villa rentals that are specific to your needs – whether you need one bedroom or ten bedrooms, you can find one that will be suitable for a vacation rental you will never forget.
For alternative villas in Florida, expand your search criteria to include Florida Keys Villa Rentals or Gulf Coast Villas. For those who are seeking the thrill and excitement of the theme parks, in Florida, look at Kissimmee Villas.