Florida Vacation Rentals by Owner
Book a Vacation Rental in Florida Directly by Owner?
is so much to do in Florida, you could spend a
lifetime exploring the state. In addition to the 1350 miles of coastline and
scores of white sand beaches, the Sunshine State offers dramatic architecture,
sizzling nightlife, unspoiled nature reserves, romantic sunsets and the world's
most popular theme park, Walt Disney World. One of the best ways to enjoy all
that Florida has to offer is to rent a Florida
vacation home. Renting a home allows you to savor
Florida's many attractions at your own pace, while saving money on meals and
Florida vacation homes, Florida vacation rentals, Florida villas,
Florida cabins, and Florida condos are the best way to experience the Sunshine
State’s geographic and cultural diversity. If you want to plan a Florida
beach vacation, book a Gulf
Coast vacation rental and experience the food,
flavor and clear waters of the Southwest Florida coast. Want a memorable family
vacation? Rent a Central
Florida vacation rental and enjoy America's
favorite theme parks. A Florida vacation rental gives you and your family
plenty of room to relax and spread out while savoring Florida's history,
natural beauty and myriad of attractions. Whatever your travel budget may be,
there's a Florida vacation rental for you.
a Florida Vacation Rental Directly by Owner
There is no place like home…except when you stay in a Florida
vacation rental. Whether you are looking for a luxurious beachfront condo or a
more modest family-friendly bungalow, Florida has something for you. Reserve
your vacation rental directly by owner and ask about their local Florida attractions.
Florida Vacation Rentals
Staying in a South
Florida vacation rental home allows you to
experience the beauty of Miami, Fort Lauderdale or Palm Beach County at your
own pace. This area is known for its cultural mix, with Cuban cuisine, Latin
dance clubs and dramatic Art Deco architecture. Two of the world's premier
cruise ship ports call South Florida home as do a variety of major league
sports teams, greyhound racing and two national parks--Everglades National Park
and Biscayne Bay National Park.
can't possibly get bored in South Florida. There are historic homes to tour,
shops to explore, wildlife to witness and miles and miles of white sand on
which to relax. With so much to see and do, South Florida vacation rental
homes are the perfect way to experience
the undeniable allure of Florida's natural beauty.
Florida Vacation Rentals
Florida is the amusement park mecca of the world.
Walt Disney World's four theme parks are the area's most popular destination,
but the Orlando area is also home to Universal Studios, SeaWorld
of Orlando, Harry Potter World and Gatorland USA.
However fun they may be, Central Florida isn't only about theme parks. Orlando
is just an hour's drive away from Atlantic Oceans
beaches and the Kennedy Space Center.
Florida vacation rentals give families a chance
for everyone to have their own space. Adults don't have to end their day when
the kids go to sleep and kids don't have to be quiet all of the time or watch
what the grown-ups want to watch on TV. Also, having the facilities to make
some of your own meals is a big money and time-saver on a family vacation.
Gulf Coast Vacation Rentals
Unlike the fast-paced east coast of Florida, when you think of Florida's
Gulf coast vacation rentals, imagine pristine
beaches, low-rise condos and relaxed seafood restaurants overlooking the Gulf
of Mexico. Naples is a quiet community with upscale shops and restaurants as
well as 80 championship golf courses, ten miles of white sand beach and easy
access to the Everglades and other nature reserves.
Island vacation home puts you near sand, surf,
frolicking dolphins and some of the world's best sports fishing. On nearby
Sanibel Island, your Florida
vacation rental home is likely just steps from
the beach. Known for its shells, the island's beaches go on seemingly forever.
Sanibel is a great family resort with plenty of activities for adults and kids
alike on this self-contained barrier island.
the bridge, Fort
Myers Beach vacation homes are located near
active beaches, romantic sunsets and some of the freshest seafood in Florida.
The area is also home to the Edison and Ford Winter Estates (now a museum),
excellent golf courses and the Museum of Southwest Florida history. Whichever area
of Florida's Gulf coast you choose, you're sure to fall in love with Florida's
Gulf coast vacation rental homes by owner. Book a Florida
Gulf coast vacation condo or vacation villa and
experience for yourself why Florida's Gulf coast is more than capable of
satisfying your sand and surf needs.
Coast Vacation Rentals
Florida's Space Coast, located roughly between Jacksonville and
West Palm Beach is dotted with excellent Florida
vacation homes directly by owner. The location of
small, beachfront communities in this area boast quiet, uncrowded
beaches, excellent fishing and a relaxed tempo. For a little more excitement,
you're only an hour's drive from Orlando. New Smyrna Beach is home to one of
the best beaches in America and offers access to Canaveral National Seashore
and the hiking and bird-watching offered there.
Beach, home to the famous road race and NASCAR, is known for its 23-mile
stretch of sand so tightly packed you can drive a car on it. When you rent a Central
Florida vacation home, you'll also enjoy an
historic boardwalk and Daytona's unique beachfront clock tower.
course, you're never too far away from Cape Canaveral, the home of the United
States aerospace program. A visit to the facility is fascinating for old and
young alike. If you're in Florida at the right time, you can even witness a
launch from afar.
Keys Vacation Rentals
The Florida Keys are a collection of coral reefs and islands that
extend from just south of Miami southwest to Key West, just 90 miles north of
Cuba. Anyone renting a Florida
Keys vacation home will find an atmosphere that's
more tropical and Caribbean in flavor than anywhere else in the United States.
With a Key West vacation rental, you'll experience the casual fun of this
southernmost point in the continental United States. The small island boasts
history, world-class sunsets (which they celebrate each evening at the end of
Duval Street), sports fishing and a tolerant, laissez faire attitude that never fails to seduce visitors.
Largo vacation home rental gives you the largest
of the Florida Keys and the self-proclaimed "Diving Capital of the
World." The island is so-named for its abundant off-shore coral reefs and
the diving doesn't disappoint.
Marathon Key, your Florida
vacation home will be a convenient base for
exploring the Keys as well as partaking in the area's excellent sports fishing
and savoring the fresh stone crab claws that divers return with daily.
Florida Panhandle Vacation Rentals
panhandle, the narrow strip of land between Georgia and the Gulf of Mexico is
home to a variety of family beach resorts as well as the state's capital,
Tallahassee. Consider a Destin
Florida vacation home to experience the
spectacular beaches of Florida's Emerald Coast. This upscale, beach community
boasts fresh seafood, dolphin cruises and a host of small, interesting shops
and two outlet malls.
Just west of Destin, Fort Walton Beach is a family beach an fishing resort as well as a spring break favorite. The
town also boasts a number of antique stores, the Gulfarium
marine museum and the Billy Bowlegs pirate-theme street party held each June.
Experience the Best Florida Vacation
Rentals have to Offer
Some Fun Florida Facts:
· Florida has the longest coastline in the Continental United
States, approximately 1350 miles of it
· The first permanent European settlement in the United States was
founded in St. Augustine, Florida in 1565.
· Florida has more golf courses than any other state in the
country--more than 1250 of them.
· Gatorade, which was developed at the University of Florida, for
the school's mascot, the Gator.
· The first sun-tanning cream was invented in 1944 by Miami Beach
pharmacist, Benjamin Green.
· Key West has the highest average temperature in the United States.
· Fort Lauderdale, with its 185 miles of inland waterways, is often
called the Venice of America.
Florida, whose name
means Easter Feast of Flowers in Spanish, was named by Spanish explorer Ponce
de Leon in 1513.
· The state beverage of Florida is orange juice. Oranges are also the
state's number one cash crop