St Pete Beach and Treasure Island – Florida – Gulf Coast Attractions
Perfect white sand beaches, clear Gulf waters, warm sunshine, and hospitality abound and all just an hour and a half from Walt Disney World! Locally there’s plenty of wining and dining to do, and then there’s Capxain Memo’s Pirate Cruise, Clearwater Marine Aquarium, and much more in this little slice of paradise.
Clearwater Beach – Florida – Attractions Gulf Coast
There are certainly some lovely beaches here and there’s no shortage of clear water either. There’s bird watching, shell collecting and plenty of stupendous sunsets to sit and enjoy (usually just before the evening).
Sarasota – Florida – Gulf Coast Attractions
Breathtaking sunsets, museums, opera, ballet, plays, and boat races. You can play tennis, go water skiing, shell collecting, bird watching, play golf, or go boating. There are dolphin encounters, dinner cruises, the Florida Aquarium at Tampa, golf courses, and the International Plaza Mall.
Sanibel, Capxiva and Fort Myers – Florida – Attractions Gulf Coast
A tropical island getaway on southwest Florida's Gulf Coast, complete with an atmosphere that's less hurried than the surrounding world, certainly less frenetic than Orlando! Exotic tropical wildlife, white sand beaches, and uninhabited island after uninhabited island to explore. Hmmm… perhaps there’s a reason they’re uninhabited. We’re going to check before exploring anymore of them, just in case.
There are museums and galleries to explore, that’s when you’ve had enough of doing absolutely nothing of course, or you can go off on your own great adventure, kayaking round the little islands. No queuing, no piped music, no themes! Just you, a tiny kayak, and hopefully no alligators.
Naples and Marco Island – Florida – Gulf Coast Attractions
The natural wonder and wildlife of the Everglades is brought together with the glorious white sand beaches of Naples and Marco Island here, at the south western tip of Florida's Gulf Coast. Naples, Marco Island and the western portion of the Everglades make up Southwest Florida's ‘Collier County’ and is sometimes known as The Paradise Coast. More than 80 per cent of this, the largest county in the state of Florida, is preserved as park and nature preserve land by federal, state, county, city and private agencies, so don’t build anything on it please. No, not even a conservatory.