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Fun in the Sun for Everyone

The Sunshine State awaits. From family-friendly vacations to effortless warm-weather getaways, there’s something for everyone. Make Florida your next luxury travel destination to escape the winter cold, enjoy a long weekend away with friends, or visit world-renowned theme parks and golf courses. And, it’s right in your backyard, so you don’t have to go far to reach beautiful beaches of Miami or the legendary resorts in Orlando. 

Our modern, spacious villas are perfect for the family, with extra bedrooms, private pools, resort amenities and easy access to local attractions. Extras such as home theaters and game rooms make these homes ideal for all ages, including children. 

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Your Orlando getaway will surely be centered by a visit to a theme park or two. Choose from Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, Epcot, LEGOLAND, and many more. Outside the theme parks, check out alligators and reptile shows at Gatorland, or visit a thrilling water park. Not too far away is the Kennedy Space Center.

When visiting Miami, talk a walk down buzzing Ocean Drive or Lincoln Road to take in the sights or grab a bite to eat – and do some people watching.


Take an airboat tour through the Everglades and explore the lush wilderness, or enjoy fishing and boating in the central Florida lakes. Another unique local experience: an early-morning hot air balloon ride.


One of the world’s top golf destinations, the Orlando area is home to more than 150 courses. Impressive facilities and instructors, plus perfect weather make it a top destination for golfers, including pros. 


There’s a beach for everyone in the Miami area, whether you want to have a party or bring the family. Check out the different areas of Miami Beach, just off the mainland, with plenty to see and do for all ages, or famous South Beach, with white sand, beautiful water, and buzzing surroundings.


From bargain steals to designer clothing, shoppers will find it all in Florida’s malls, shopping centers, outlets and markets. Miami in particular is known for its outdoor malls and shopping areas, including the Bayside Marketplace and Brickell district. 


Orlando offers plenty of after-dark entertainment, following a day in the theme parks. Dance clubs, comedy clubs, cigar lounges, theaters, live entertainment complexes, wineries, breweries – just take your pick. And in Miami, you’ll find legendary nightlife throughout the city. Check out Mango, the well-known two-story dance club. Or, head to the Hard Rock Casino to try your luck, and see the surrounding area for more bars, clubs, and nightlife. 

When to Go

Winter famously drives cold-weather U.S. residents to Florida, making its high season mid-December though mid-April. This is when you’ll find the least humidity and best overall weather.

While the southern part of the state gets very humid in the summer months, the northern part is still attracts plenty of visitors between June and September. To avoid the biggest crowds plus get the sunny weather you want, the best time to go is spring or fall. 

Travel Tips
  • The sun is hottest between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. – remember to stay hydrated and apply sunscreen. 
  • Renting a car is recommended. In Orlando, getting around by car is convenient thanks to the many surrounding highways. Headed for Disney? Shuttles, boats and monorails service the theme parks.
  • If you’re going to Miami, you can explore different flight options at the nearby Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport, which is about 20 minutes from Miami. 
  • If you’re visiting a theme park: buy tickets in advance, plan to arrive early in the morning (the quietest time of day), and bring sunscreen, comfortable shoes and water. And, pace yourself; take breaks throughout the day. 
  • Be prepared for mini bursts of rain, even if rain is not in the forecast. Have a poncho or umbrella handy.