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Drinking margaritas from the giant exploding volcano in Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville at Universal CityWalk, Orlando.


Getting away from the kids for a quiet break by choosing an adults-only resort, including luxurious golf and spa hotels.


Millions of couples fl ock to Florida every year because the sunshine destination has got the formula for a good time spot on


Whether visiting as a couple or with a group of adult friends, the Sunshine State offers an endless number of ways to enjoy yourselves.


And whether you choose the glitz of Miami in the south or quieter St. Augustine in the north, lazing on a beach or thrill- seeking in theme parks, trekking through a national park or diving in the crystal-clear waters, you will not be disappointed. The state of Florida is proud


to say it has it all and welcomes all with open arms. And it’s the perfect destination for a wedding, honeymoon or celebration of any kind. Party animals will love the vibe in Miami. South Beach is the place to see and be seen, especially if you don’t mind bronzed bodies and itsy bitsy bikinis. It also has great nightlife, the best Latin music scene anywhere in America and lots of cafes and restaurants.


Downtown Disney and Universal CityWalk are two open-all- hours Orlando hotspots. Shows,


A Florida holiday offers the ideal mix of things to do for couples of all ages, here at Bean Point in Bradenton (above) and sailing off St. Pete/Clearwater (facing)


A romantic evening watching the sun go down from Pier 60 during nightly celebrations at Clearwater Beach.


Paddling a kayak for two through the lush ferns and cypress trees on the Loxahatchee River in Palm Beach County.


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