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The varied regions of Florida offer a wide range of opportunities. Florida is a fascinating and thrilling destination. Many people consider it a tropical vacation paradise, with turquoise and emerald waves lapping at sandy white beaches shaded by palm palms swinging in the warm sea breeze. Others perceive it as a land full of fascinating theme parks and attractions. Others are lured to the city’s modern metropolitan metropolis.
Florida has so much to offer.
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Florida's First Coast
Northeast Florida, or the First Coast, is the state’s oldest and most historically significant region. Largely missed in the earlier growth of Florida this region is enjoying explosive growth as people discover the Florida lifestyle, and the modestly priced and spectacular homes of this “new” region in a great state. Incredible beaches, nightlife, historic wonders including the breathtaking Castillo de San Marcos National Monument (Spanish Fort), compliment the important US Navy presence and highlight the vibrancy of this new growth area of the Sunshine state.
Amelia Island, Jacksonville, Nocatee, Ponte Vedra Beach, St. Augustine
The Orlando area has become synonymous as an international destination and cosmopolitan region not only for the world renowned theme parks of Disney, Universal and Sea World, but for their culinary, golf, and many entertainment achievements too numerous to mention. This hub of entertainment, cuisine, and sports is a magnet for adventure and life style.
The Space Coast, which stretches along the east coast of Florida and borders the Atlantic Ocean, is part of the Central East Florida Region.
This region, which stretches from the world-famous beaches of Daytona to the Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach and Melbourne, is a favorite destination for beach goers from all over the world.
Daytona, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach and Melbourne
Tampa is but a small portion of Florida’s Central West Coast as it stretches from Sarasota in the South to Dunedin in the North. The sea is an important aspect of life on the Gulf Coast, but it also compliments a thriving business dynamic, cultural and culinary epicenter. Busch Gardens Africa, one of the country’s largest zoos; the Sarasota Museum of Art; and a thriving downtown waterfront in Tampa, not to mention the Ybor City historic district.
Sarasota, St. Pete, Madeira Beach, Tampa, Clearwater & Dunedin
Growth has turned this subtropical paradise into a vibrant coastal enclave. Stretching from Vero Beach in the North through Stuart, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Hobe Sound, Jupiter and Jupiter Island this area has no limits on the quality of life, entertainment and cuisine. Exceptional schools, beaches and life style ensure that this area will remain vibrant in housing growth and in capturing the imagination.
Vero Beach, Jensen Beach, Palm City, Hobe Sound, and Jupiter
The Gold Coast stretches from Palm Beach Gardens to Boca Raton in the South. Many individual cities make up this area and reflect the attraction of Florida from its inception.This area is a hub of business activity and the arts, with the social epicenter of Palm Beach. New home construction was centered here between 1990-2010 and has a vast array of beautiful homes in every life style. Unsurpassed cultural activities, and a vibrant nightlife compliment the Atlantic Ocean on the East, and the equestrian and polo focus of Wellington on the Western boundaries.
Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Beach, Wellington and Boca Raton
Southwest Florida is the most Southern region along the Gulf coast of Florida. The area is known for its world class beaches, subtropical landscape, beach combing, and natural beauty. From Marco Island in the South through eclectic Naples, Sanibel and Captiva Islands, to Ft. Myers and Port Charlotte in the North this region constitutes new growth.
Naples, Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Marco Island, Ft. Myers and Port Charlotte
A fantastic line of cities and ocean front interests extends through this Southeastern region of Ft. Lauderdale and the Miami area on the Atlantic Ocean to their Western boundaries on the Everglades, and Key West to the South. Miami is a melting pot of architecture and culture with a significant Latin and Caribbean influence. Miami and Ft. Lauderdale have been some of the long time destinations for visitors and residents seeking the “Florida Adventure”. Nightlife, architecture, culinary cuisine, history, and the worldwide destinations of the cruise lines are but some of the incredible attractions.
Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Miami Beach and Key West
North Central Florida
North Central Florida features many parks with nature and crystal clear natural springs as their theme with attractive small historical towns that populate the rural areas. North Central Florida is the location of the University of Florida in Gainesville. This area is also known for it’s horse ranches and is considered the “Horse Capital of the World”
West Florida - The Panhandle
The Florida Panhandle has long been considered as having the most beautiful and spectacular beaches in Florida for good reason. Yet, this region is just in the early stages of capturing this abundance of nature, and is largely undiscovered. Pensacola, Tallahassee and Fort Walton Beach are the largest cities, and the US Navy, Air Force and state capital are the largest employers and major presence in the region.
Pensacola, Tallahassee, Panama City and Ft. Walton Beach
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Florida has so much to offer
Our state has many regions anchored by major metropolitan cities. North, South, East, Central, or West all bring the Florida Experience to its citizens.
Florida is a magical and exciting place. It is a tropical holiday paradise for many, with turquoise and emerald waves washing on sandy white beaches. Lakes, and palm trees swaying in the warm sea air. Nature plays a major factor in all of Florida, but the paradise outside can be matched by cuisine, culture, theater, parks, entertainment, sports, and history to name a few.
Still, others come to Florida for its natural beauty. With its diverse topography of hardwood, pine, and cypress woods, swamps, rivers, springs. Mangrove waterways teeming with hundreds of species of fish, birds, unusual flora, and intriguing creatures.
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Northeast Florida, or the First Coast, is the state’s oldest and most historically significant region. Largely missed in the earlier growth of Florida this region. . .
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Amelia Island, Jacksonville, Fleming Island, Nocatee, Ponte Vedra Beach, St. Augustine
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