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McClarty Treasure Museum in Sebastian Inlet State Park, close to Vero Beach, which has Spanish treasures from 11 galleons destroyed in a hurricane in 1715.


The breathtaking fi reworks displays in Magic Kingdom and Epcot at Walt Disney World. It will defi nitely make you glow!


Studying the fascinating history of the Seminole Indians. The Tampa Reservation is one of six offi cial Seminole reservations in Florida.


Hopping over to Walkabout Way at Busch Gardens Tampa to hand-feed a kangaroo. It’s not all about thrilling rides!


If you’ve got the nerve, going skydiving over the lush countryside of Zephyrhills, famous for its pure spring water.


A cup of Cuban coffee when visiting the cigar- making centre of Ybor City, Tampa. It will give you an extra kick!


(37km) of beach as well as in neighbouring Ormond Beach, which has a small-town feel. Millionaire John D. Rockefeller was one of its early settlers and must have left his golden touch on the area.





Accommodation from hotels to condominiums hugging the beach is plentiful so, if touring, it is easy to fi nd somewhere to eat, rest and play. Moving south from Canaveral, Cocoa Beach is a lively hub for surfers looking for some of the best waves in Florida. Visit Ron Jon’s – the world’s largest surf shop – and Cocoa Village, a riverside complex with more than 50 shops, galleries and artists’ studios. It’s more peaceful and there’s a slightly older clientele in Melbourne, about half an hour further south. Crane Creek manatee spotting and Brevard Museum of Art & Science are a couple of the highlights. For even more peace, Sebastian Inlet State Park, 20 miles (32km) away, is ideal for fi shing, camping, diving or snorkelling. Vero Beach is another lovely


resort on the Treasure Coast, named because of its shipwreck


Cocoa Beach is a lively hub for surfers looking for some of the best waves


history, in Indian River County. To reach the opposite coastline and the warm, calm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, call in at Sebring, home to the Sebring International Raceway. Its fi rst race was in 1950, making it one of the oldest tracks in America.


Bradenton gives a fl avour of Old Florida history in its museums and parks, yet is a modern city with a bustling downtown and working artists’ community – Village of the Arts. St. Petersburg also offers galleries, boutiques, arts and music venues as well as restaurants and nightclubs. The Salvador Dali Museum houses the largest collection of his work outside Spain. From both cities, you can reach the most glorious beaches on this


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