Florida, featuring a multicultural environment, unique food, music, and non-stop nightlife, is a yachting wonderland in the southeastern United States. Up and down the coasts, the Sunshine State is a true king of yacht charters, having coastal borders on the Atlantic as well as the Gulf of Mexico.
Starting in the northeast, Jacksonville is home to a wide selection of fishing charters. Jacksonville Beach has miles of open beach and you can go porpoise-watching year-round, while northern right-whales have a winter stay in the area. From there, hop over to Amelia Island, perhaps for some golfing. Moving southwards, Daytona Beach sports 23 miles of beach, with surf-fishing available all year. Offshore vessels for fishing sail daily here. Fort Pierce is also called the Sunrise City- wouldn't you like to experience why? The West Palm Beach region is golf course-laden. It is a major part of Palm Beach County, which includes five city/beach areas and two islands; Jupiter Island is the home of the wealthy. And of course, don't miss out on Miami Beach.
DISCOVER KEY BISCAYNE
Key Biscayne Island is minutes from downtown Miami and is a beautiful place to visit. It is connected to Miami via the Rickenbacker Causeway Bridge, which is a 6-kilometer suspended road that runs over the sea.
The trip to Key Biscayne becomes very enjoyable because the view from the road is really amazing and the feeling of going over the sea too. You can feel a bit of a trip to the paradise of Key West Island. There is a 3-hour trip on suspension bridges, but the Key Biscayne area is much closer to Miami, just 30 minutes from Downtown. The island is surrounded by beautiful, clear water beaches that are great for spending the day and enjoying the warm Florida weather. See more details about Key Biscayne in Florida.
DISCOVER KEY LARGO
Key Largo is one of the incredible islands of the Florida Keys, and it has fantastic natural beauty and is perfect for scuba diving. It is just one hour away from Miami and is the first of the islands in this set, the last being Key West, which is four hours from Miami.
It was there in Key Largo that the USS Spiegel Grove ship sank and became a habitat for beautiful corals and marine species, making it a destination for many divers from around the world. Key Largo has many things to do, such as sightseeing, diving, boating, jet skiing, swimming with dolphins, eating in fine restaurants and enjoying beautiful beaches. One tip is to stop there for a couple of hours on your trip to Key West, to get to know the place and get some rest. See below for more details about Key Largo Island in Florida.
DISCOVER KEY WEST
Key West (“Cayo Hueso” in Spanish) is a qualifying city in Florida, Monroe State. It was incorporated in 1828. 
Key West has the title of southernmost city in the continental United States, just 90 miles from Cuba. The city's main source of income is tourism that attracts many people all year round due to its pleasant climate. A city is served by an international airport.
Water activities are the main leisure options in the city: diving, scuba diving, boating, jet skiing, etc.
Another attraction is the Sunset Celebration, which takes place daily throughout the year. It's a ritual to celebrate or sunset in the city where several people have joined Mallory Square, a square with bars where performers perform as circus numbers and shows. Sunset Celebration always starts 2 hours before the solution is placed and goes up to 1 hour after the solution comes out.
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