From Cape Coral to Bonita Springs – Florida's Most Beautiful Destinations

Would you like to rent a holiday home and have chosen the "Sunshine State" Florida as a destination? If you are a sun worshiper: Congratulations on this excellent choice! Because with an average of 7.3 hours of sunshine per day and an average daytime temperature of 26.3 degrees, Florida is almost predestined for a summer sun relaxation holiday. We'll show you the most beautiful destinations in Florida!
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This is Florida

a state in the southeastern United States. The name "Florida" goes back to the Spanish explorers who first discovered the patch of earth during the Easter period (Easter is called "Pascua Florida" in Spanish) and named it accordingly. With a total area of 170,000 square kilometers, Florida ranks 22nd among American states..

Florida's climate is two-way. While the northwest is subtropical humid, the rest of the country is more tropical humid. Between June and November, Florida is often battered by tropical storms, while winters are exceedingly warm with average temperatures around 25 °. Snow is extremely rare to see in Florida.
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Travel tip: Cape Coral

Cape Coral is a city in southwestern Florida. With a population of around 167,000, the city is among the larger cities in the Sunshine State. The city can be reached via two toll bridges via Interstate 75. The relatively young city is strongly influenced by Europe, with around 20% of the population being German-born. It is particularly worthwhile here to want to rent a holiday home, because the houses are all generously cut and in most cases have their own pool! In the surrounding area are easily accessible Fort Myers, Miami and Orlando.

Travel tip Vero Beach

Vero Beach is considered by connoisseurs to be an absolute insider tip for a holiday in Florida and has been named one of the ten most beautiful small towns in the USA by a well-known magazine. Surrounded by orange groves, visitors can expect a mile-wide, white sandy beach, offshore islands and extensive forests.

Travel tip: Anna Maria Island

Small and quiet, you reach Anna Maria Island. There are no skyscrapers, no troubles and no hustle and bustle. Rather, holidaymakers here are expecting one of the quietest, most natural-nature corners in all of Florida. Strolling, relaxing, bathing – more than 30 kilometres of the finest sandy beach await holidaymakers in need of relaxation. Renting a holiday home is a real guarantee of absolute relaxation!

Travel tip: Bonita Springs

Bonita Springs, with a population of about 44,000, is among the smaller cities in Florida. The place is characterized by subtropical climate and offers an average daily temperature of 24 °. Especially worth seeing is Bonita Beach Park – a public beach with very fine, white sand. If you're lucky, you can spot dolphins or even giant manta rays. A real paradise for divers!