The East Coast of Florida offers some of the world’s hottest holiday and Florida vacation rental
destinations from the glamour and famous lifestyles when staying in Hollywood holiday villas
to the stunning beach locations of a Palm Beach villa
, Miami Beach holiday villa and St Augustine Beach villa
. In fact if you’re looking for a glittering beach vacation then rent a holiday villa on the East Coast of Florida and you are guaranteed sunshine and fun.
A great place to visit whilst on Florida’s East Coast is Cape Canaveral. This region is known as Space Coast and is where many US spacecraft have been launched. The city of Titusville is home to The Kennedy Space Center, which is the hub of NASA’s space programmes. Although this area is also well known for some great surfing on Cocoa Beach with opportunities for expert and novice surfers to have a go. Why not an oceanfront Cocoa Beach villa rental
or vacation rental to make the most of the waves.
Daytona Beach holiday villas
make a great vacation with this beach town having a host of surf shops and water sports along this sunny coastline. Daytona is also know for its fast cars and fast motorbikes and there are plenty of go-kart tracks throughout the city for anyone who loves speed. Daytona Beach condos make a great East Coast Florida vacation rental being close the sea and shops to keep everyone happy.
If you prefer natural beauty then Jacksonville offers several State Parks including Little Talbot Island and Yellow Bluff Fort Historic State Park but this is mixed with Jacksonville’s one million residents with all the callings of a major American city. If you fancy a vacation rental in a city but close to the Florida’s East Coast beaches then a Miami vacation rental
could be for you. Wherever you choose to take a vacation rental on the East Coast of Florida you’ll have a great vacation to remember by choosing a Florida vacation rental
Manic, fast-paced and glitzy, the east coast is the more cosmopolitan face of Florida, with glamorous nightclubs, bars and restaurants, boutique shops, a thriving nightlife and a litany of bronzed sculpted bodies parading up and down the beach during the day. With many stunning Florida East Coast vacation rental homes, it may also be true that the east coast is ever-so-slightly Miami-centric but this is by no means all it has to offer.
Miami Beach is the place to book up a Florida East Coast vacation rental home if you want fine restaurants, bar and club-hopping and where you’ll meet other like-minded 24 hour party people, where you can sip cocktails by day and slam tequila shots at night, all to the backdrop of Ocean and palm trees. This is the stereotypical Florida the whole world knows and is represented in the various films and TV Dramas, and it’s as fun as its reputation suggests, but it also has the architectural delight of the Art Deco buildings which line the beach and glisten in the sunlight, and many beachfront Florida East Coast vacation rental homes which will provide you with spectacular sunsets.
Fort Lauderdale used to also be a hard party place but has now been transformed into a sophisticated cultural centre with a more up-market social scene, just right for a high end romantic break for those who don’t wish to wake up with a hangover every day, and this is also the case as you move further north into the millionaire exclusive communities of Palm Beach and Boca Raton. This is where you’ll find the more palatial Florida East Coast vacation rental homes.
Further north and the spaces open up with not much to offer vacationers, apart from two major attractions – the Kennedy Space Center, and Daytona Racetrack. Daytona is obviously a key attraction when the racing is on, but it also hosts a number of festivals throughout the year. The Kennedy Space Center is something else entirely, and there are not too many people who have no interest in space exploration, and who would not want to get up close and personal with lunar suits, space shuttles, and all manner of gadgets and objects which have actually been in space. The Center shares its location on Merritt Island with a National Wildlife Refuge which is home to many alligators, raccoons, armadillos and bobcats, as well as an extraordinary mix of birdlife which is best seen between October to March as they migrate south from the frozen north.
You then reach St Augustine, and the mood ambience could not be any different to the bright lights of Miami Beach as you enter the oldest town in the US. A historic landmark full of historic landmarks, like the oldest school house and oldest court house, this is a place where they try and preserve the past and show it off, and if you’d like an educational vacation, then this would be a good place to head for.