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3 Florida Vacation Spots & Hidden Gems

If you’re anything like me, nothing makes your soul happier than travel. Getting away is necessary at times and with these Florida vacation spots and hidden gems, you can have a “staycation”  without having to splurge too much or take so much time off work.

Caladesi Island – With pristine waters that will take your breath away, this uninhabited island is acclaimed as one of America’s top beaches by trip advisor. Located off Floridas Gulf Coast, you can get there by ferry or private boat and explore 3 miles of undeveloped beaches and picnic areas. You can also kayak through miles of mangroves.

 www.tripadvisor.com/Caladesi

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Ravine Gardens State Park – If you enjoy hikes and lucious sceneriesRavine Gardens State Park was opened in 1970’s but was built in 1934 by CCC workers with 250,000 ornamental plants and 95,000 azaleas. Enjoy the steep and beautiful hikes with amazing views and sulfur springs.Activities include viewing the thousands of plants and shrubs, picnicking, jogging, hiking andbiking. This picture speaks for itself!

http://floridahikes.com/ravinegardens

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Molasses Reef – Six miles off of Key Largo, Molasses Reef is perfect for those that like to do their exploring in the water. Home to the continents only living coral reef, it is one of the best diving spots on the planet. Enjoy many different fish species thanks to conservation efforts that have allowed marine life to thrive there.

www.tripadvisor.com/molassesreef

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 Florida definitely is home to some of the most beautiful places in the country. There are so many to share and as summer approaches you might consider taking a trip down south if you don’t live here already. Feel free to contact us about vacation rentals in your vacation area of choice!