Florida Sightseeing Guide

Stay in Miami Beach

This exciting city is known for so many things, you don't even know where to start. The great beaches, where Sonny Crockett in “Miami Vice” already enjoyed the view, but also the legendary Ocean Drive, which takes you right through the famous Art Deco district – there is a lot to see.

Key West and the southernmost point of the United States

On the third day of your round trip “Florida” your road trip, as it is so nicely called in English, picks up speed. Your first leg will take you to Key West, located about 270 km south of Miami Beach. “Keys” is the name given here to the flat islands that have formed from coral deposits and sandstone. After you have crossed the 7-Mile Bridge, you have already arrived at your destination.

Visit to Everglades National Park

Today your way leads you to one of the most legendary areas of Florida: the Everglades, about 350 km from Key West. This huge marsh and swamp area is still completely untouched in many parts and thus offers a refuge for countless animal species – from giant alligators to colorful birds.

Visit to Anna Maria Island

The next two days are spent on the pretty islet of Anna Maria Island, 230 km from Naples. This quiet and tranquil island can score especially with its beautiful sandy beaches.

Your cozy hotel is located directly across from the beach, so only a few steps separate you from the fine sand. Of course, you can also rent a bike and leave the village behind – here they are still waiting, the beaches where you literally do not meet a soul!

Clearwater Beach

Clearwater Beach – conveniently located on Tampa Bay on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other – has the reputation of being one of the regions with the most beautiful beaches in the United States. And so that you can enjoy and explore them to the fullest after a journey of just under 100 km, spend two great days in Clearwater Beach at once!

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