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About Florida

A great destination for sun and adventure lovers, the Sunshine State has it all. From vibrant cities to beach towns to theme parks, you’ll find a little of everything here. Whether you’re planning a romantic getaway or a family trip, make Florida your next vacation spot.

Regions for Florida Rentals

Find Florida rentals in the following regions:

  • Northeast Atlantic Coast
  • East Central Atlantic Coast (includes Daytona Beach, the Kennedy Space Center, and the Treasure Coast) has many Florida vacation homes and Florida beach rentals.
  • South East Atlantic Coast (South Florida rental cities include Fort Lauderdale and Miami).  Miami is the most popular place in South Florida for vacation rentals
  • Orlando/Disney Area. Orlando vacation rentals are perfect for Disney vacations.
  • Florida Keys. Visitors love Florida Keys vacation rentals. A Florida beach rental in the Keys is a great base for an exotic vacation.
  • Central Gulf Coast (includes the Nature Coast and Tampa). Florida rental homes on the Gulf side are great for families because of the gentler waters. Siesta Key rentals also put guests close to fabulous shopping in Sarasota.
  • South Gulf Coast (includes Fort Myers and the 10,000 Islands area)
  • Panhandle (includes Pensacola, Tallahassee, and Apalachicola). Many wonderful Florida vacation rentals are located along the Panhandle coast, including Panama City beach condo rentals and Destin vacation rentals.
 

A Short History of Florida

Florida has long been home to Native American groups like the Calusa and the Apalachee, and the state has the distinction of being the first part of the New World sighted by Spanish conquistadors in the 16th century. Upon discovering its flowery natural beauty, explorers named the area Florida and established numerous settlements throughout the peninsula. Florida was under the authority of both the Spanish and the British prior to becoming one of the United States in 1845.
The state remained relatively undeveloped until tourism began its slow boom in the early 20th century. The 1920s brought Florida’s first hotels and resorts, the 1940s brought new development to the state, and 1971 brought Disney World to Orlando. Thanks to its warm weather, numerous beaches, and hospitality infrastructure, Florida now draws nearly 100 million tourists each year.
 

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