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It’s just the two of us


Whether the main draw is fine dining or thrill-a-minute theme parks, Florida is the perfect holiday destination for couples of all ages


Whatever you wish for on a holiday, Florida will make it come true. It is often presumed that the Sunshine State


caters mainly for families with children, but it is a fantastic destination for couples. Your days can be filled with everything imaginable from sunrise to sunset as you experience brilliant beaches, fabulous food, super spas, sensational shopping, thrilling theme parks and a range of unlimited activities. The lush landscape is a


hotels with spas and scores of golf courses. All-year warm temperatures make the


state an ideal holiday choice for couples whatever their age or interests. You can be surrounded by other tourists or find


“Your days can be filled with everything imaginable from sunrise to sunset”


haven for wildlife and there are trails to ride or hike, hills to climb and rivers to paddle. You can enjoy cities such as laid-back Tallahassee in the north or buzzing Miami in the south or tour quiet, quaint towns and learn about Florida’s history and culture in the museums and galleries. Every accommodation option is available


both along the coastline and inland, from self-catering budget apartments to luxurious


your own private, romantic space on Florida’s sun- kissed sands, the ocean, lakes or in the parks. The stunning beaches stretch


for miles…Panama City boasts 27 miles (43km), the Paradise Coast taking in Naples and Marco Island has 30 miles (48km), Palm Beaches has


47miles (75km) and the Space Coast a massive 72 miles (115km). And that is nowhere near them all! Swim, snorkel, dive, fish or try a watersport


such as windsurfing or water-skiing all along the coastline. There are boat trips to watch dolphins and you can often spot them leaping around from the beaches. Florida Keys is one of the best places in the world to dive, with colourful reefs and


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