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Holiday Letting Price Information in Florida
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the holiday lettings & cottages in Florida. Prices in a week of March (02/03 - 09/03) go up to £204 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. On the other hand, in November you will find the cheapest prices (17/11 - 24/11). Prices this week are on average £147 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Florida
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Florida with the graph above. The week with the least available rentals is in February (16/02 - 23/02), with only 34% of the rentals available. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in November (24/11 - 01/12).
The weather in Florida
The above is a climate diagram for Florida. August is the warmest month of the year in Florida with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 33°. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 13° low. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is January.
Florida holiday lettings that guarantee a relaxing holiday
Whether it is the beautiful beaches, entertaining theme parks, or the natural attractions, Florida has something on offer for everyone. Here you will enjoy numerous opportunities to take part in adventurous activities like diving, snorkeling, sailing and swimming.
If you are looking forward to a relaxing holiday in Florida book a holiday homes instead of a hotel room. Take advantage of the comforts of a home away from home in complete privacy while still enjoying all the modern facilities that hotels are known for.
Flying into Florida
While Florida is serviced by multiple airports, the Miami International Airport (MIA) is undoubtedly the busiest, with scores of tourists making their way down to the party beaches. It's also the largest gateway between the United States and Latin America. To get to downtown Miami, SuperShuttle vans and taxi cabs are available on the arrival level, and will take you straight to your Florida holiday letting .
Meanwhile Disney World and Central Florida's attractions are best accessed by the Orlando International Airport. Note that Florida is a hotspot for foreign cruise stops, with Port Canaveral, Tampa, and Miami being the most popular with international travellers.
Best foods to try in Florida
If you love desserts try the Key Lime Pie, which is the official pie of this state. This delicious tart dessert originated in Florida Keys and is made from the native key lime. It is usually served on a crust made of graham crackers and is topped with whipped cream or meringue.
As Florida is located on the coastline this state is renowned for its mouth watering seafood. When you are here try the Stone Crab that is reported to be even better than lobster by many people. If you want to enjoy a variety of succulent seafood the best time to visit Florida is between October and May.
A climate like no other
Indeed the sun shines upon America's most-south eastern state for a good part of the year. January and February are quieter, cooler and with less chances of rain. Things start heating up in March until August, and rain showers are quite common, particularly in June, which heralds the start of the hurricane season. This is also one of the busiest times of the year.
Late September is less humid and is a perfect time to profit from the exodus of the tourists. November to April is best for hiking, as it is typically dry. December is chilly but pleasantly sunny and brings with it a barrage of vacationers from colder countries and states up north.
Florida's coastal delights
The coast is peppered with golden beaches, with Miami Beach topping the list for its party culture and eternal association with spring break. For a round of skinny-dipping, Haulover Beach Park in North Beach is your best bet. The coast is best enjoyed from the privacy of a cosy Florida holiday letting with your own terrace and garden!
Attractions for children in Florida
You cannot come all the way to Florida with your kids and not visit Disneyland or the Universal Studios in Orlando. While Disneyland allows your kids to experience the magic of Disney, Universal Studios is a huge theme park that offers you adventurous rides. One day is never enough to explore everything that these attractions have to offer.
Florida is known for its pristine white sand and crystal blue water beaches. Miami Beach is perfect place to build sand castles or go swimming with your kids. There is more to Miami Beach than just beaches. One of the places that you can explore with your kids in Miami Beach is the Art Deco District.
Nature at its best in Florida
Florida offers you a unique opportunity to explore the subtropical wilderness. The Everglades National Park was created in 1947 and is home to 1.5 million acres of marshy land. This national park is also home to various animals like American crocodiles, manatees and alligators as well as Florida panthers.
Another place to visit is the Dry Tortugas National Park which is located approximately 68 miles west of Key West. This park is famous for its beautiful coral reeds, abundant sea life and variety of tropical birds as well as for the legends of sunken treasures. It is also home to Fort Jefferson that was built in the 1800s.
Florida's diverse cultural calendar pleases all tastes. The year kicks off with February's South Beach Wine & Food Festival, where celebrity chefs show off their culinary skills.
March features Miami's Ultra Music Festival, where international DJs strut their skills. There's also the largest Hispanic street festival, Calle Ocho, that takes place in March. Carnaval Miami pulls off a successful version of its counterpart in Rio Janeiro. Come July 4th and watch the Miami skyline explode in colours as revellers ring in America's independence. Halloween and Christmas parties in Florida are of a different league as regulars will affirm.
Florida has earned a stellar reputation as an international tourist destination. Now you know why! Book your Florida holiday home and pack your bags. The Sunshine State awaits.
Florida: A world of family fun
Part theme park and part wildlife park, SeaWorld is home to killer whales, sharks and dolphins. Regular shows and roller coasters only add to its appeal.
Walt Disney World
Comprised of four theme parks and two water parks, along with hotels and other entertainment spots, this is undoubtedly Orlando's main attraction. Magical themed rides, costume characters and nightly fireworks displays make for an unforgettable experience.
Universal's Islands of Adventure
Based around all your favourite television shows and films, this sprawling theme park has rides and shows suitable for all ages from toddler to adult.
This water-based park gives visitors the opportunity to meet dolphins, snorkel along a coral reef, float on a tropical river and view exotic birds.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter
Dedicated to the books about the young wizard, this theme park is a must for Harry Potter fans. Exhilarating rides, a recreation of Diagon Alley and much more feature.
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