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Naples Marco Island and the Everglades

Whether travellers are looking for a romantic escape or family getaway, Florida’s Paradise Coast Naples, Marco Island, Everglades City and the Gulf Coast portion of Everglades National Park — has an array of holiday options year-round. With more than 30 miles of soft, white sand beaches, thriving arts and culture scene, distinctive dining, family attractions and the best of outdoor adventure, the Paradise Coast is truly a destination with it all. Located just two hours from Miami, less than four hours from Orlando and three hours from Tampa, the Paradise Coast is easily accessible from some of Florida’s largest cities.
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Bradenton, Anna Maria Island & Longboat Key

Bradenton is a laid-back, local Florida town, experience Florida like a local with its farmers markets, arts village, riverwalk, science and nature museum and an award-winning local brewery. Less than 10 miles beyond Bradenton lies the 7½mile stretch of Anna Maria Island, where the pristine beaches and laid-back lifestyle are the perfect tonic.
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Florida Keys & Key West

The Florida Keys and Key West is a 126 mile long string of Islands connected to South Florida by the scenic Overseas Highway; a road that suspends the traveller in a place that bridges the gap between sea and sky.
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The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel

Fort Myers Beach at the northern tip of Estero Island on the tranquil Gulf of Mexico faces out to Sanibel Island on the one side and San Carlos Island and the mainland on the other.