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A vacation rental is any suite-type lodging that has self-catering facilities (wet bar, refrigerator, microwave, etc.) A Vacation Rental offers great value for your family. Most vacation rentals have separate bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens, one or more bathrooms, washer and dryer, and sometimes a balcony or patio. Towels and linens are provided. Daily maid service and other hotel conveniences are usually available. Your entire family or party pays one set price for the entire stay - adding up to a huge savings versus a hotel. Even more so for large families. In addition, our low hotel rates will save you up to 70% off regular rates!

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Enjoy all the comforts of home for less than the cost of typical hotel stay. Unlike hotels which often require per person pricing, or double occupancy, a vacation rental has one set price for your entire vacation stay with a maximum number of persons allowed.

  • Most one-bedroom units sleep a maximum of four using a sleeper/sofa in the living room.
  • Most two-bedroom vacation rentals sleep a maximum of six.
  • Most three-bedroom vacation rentals sleep up to eight.
  • Please carefully read the vacation rental descriptions to learn the specifics of what is provided and how many people are allowed.

Vacation Rentals in Florida

  • Amelia Island - Amelia Island, north of Jacksonville, is the only location in the U.S. to have been ruled under eight different national flags.
  • Anna Maria Island
  • Apalachicola
  • Boca Grande
  • Boca Raton - Boca Raton comes from the Spanish "Boca de Ratones" meaning rat's mouth, a term used by seamen to describe a hidden rock a ship's cable might rub against .BOCA RATON twenty miles north of Fort Lauderdale, is noteworthy mostly for its abundance of Mediterranean Revival architecture , a style prevalent here since the 1920s and kept alive in the downtown area by strict building codes.
  • Bonita Beach
  • Bonita Springs
  • Boynton Beach
  • Bradenton
  • Bradenton Beach
  • Cape Coral
  • Captiva Island
  • Cedar Key
  • Clearwater Beach - St. Pete/Clearwater claims to have 361 days of sunshine annually.
  • Crescent Beach
  • Crystal River - Crystal River is the only place in North America where it is legal to have a supervised swim with gentle manatees.
  • Cocoa Beach - The Kennedy Space Center's Vehicle Assembly Building is the largest building in the world in terms of internal volume. Its ceiling is so high (at 525 feet/160 meters) that rain clouds can form inside the structure.
  • Coral Gables
  • Dania
  • Daytona Beach - The consummate Florida beach town, with its T-shirt shops, amusement arcades and wall-to-wall motels, DAYTONA BEACH owes its existence to twenty miles of light brown sand where the only pressure is to strip off and enjoy yourself.
  • Delray Beach
  • Deerfield Beach
  • Deland
  • Destin Beach - Get ready to experience the natural beauty of Florida's Emerald Coast, where the sand is as fine as sugar and the Gulf waters are aquarium clear and emerald green. These unspoiled surroundings foster life-long memories of family vacations and unforgettable getaways.
  • Englewood
  • Fernandina Beach
  • Florida Keys - Ten Pulitzer Prizes have been awarded to writers who lived on Key West, including Ernest Hemingway.
  • Fort Lauderdale - Most visitors, nonetheless, still come for the beach . Cross the arching intracoastal waterway bridge, about two miles along Las Olas Boulevard from downtown, and the mood changes appreciably. Where Las Olas ends, beach-side Fort Lauderdale begins - T-shirt, sunscreen and beachwear stores are suddenly everywhere. Along the seafront, Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard once bore the brunt of Spring Break partying, but only a few beachfront bars suggest the carousing of the past, and the attractive new promenade draws an altogether healthier crowd of joggers, in-line skaters and cyclists.
  • Fort Myers - Thomas Edison and Henry Ford had neighboring winter homes in Fort Myers. Still being discovered by the holidaying multitudes, the Fort Myers beaches on Estero Island , fifteen miles south of downtown, are appreciably different in character from the west coast's more commercialized beach strips, with a cheerful seaside mood. Accommodation is plentiful on and around Estero Boulevard - reached by San Carlos Boulevard, which runs the seven-mile length of the island. Most activity revolves around the short fishing pier and the Lynne Hall Memorial Park , at the island's north end.
  • Fort Pierce
  • Fort Walton Beach - With a reported 343 average days of sunshine per year, Fort Walton Beach is a sun lover’s paradise. Combine beautiful weather with magnificent beaches, great attractions, dolphins playing in the surf, a host of activities, as well as great food and entertainment, and you have the ideal formula for a perfect vacation.
  • Gainesville - Gainesville retains a lot of the old southern charm of Florida yet the hustle and bustle of the University of Florida and the "Gators" adds a distinctive youthfulness and vigor to the area. Visit the nearby "Cross Creek" and in the warmer months Ichetucknee Springs.
  • Grayton Beach
  • Hallandale
  • Highland Beach
  • Hollywood
  • Holmes Beach
  • Jacksonville - The Saint Johns River in northeast Florida is one of the few rivers in the world that flows north instead of south. Situated in the great double loop of the St Johns River and with long established lumber and coffee industries, JACKSONVILLE , the largest city in the US - 841 square miles - is suspicious of anything that might upset its hard-working tradition. Pleasure seekers are expected to stick to the beaches. Even the film industry, which came here seeking a base in the 1910s, was scared off by the religious zeal of the locals and settled in California instead. The growing size of the white-collar sector has eased the visual blight of years of heavy industry, and efforts have been made to enhance Jacksonville's appeal by creating parks and riverside boardwalks. However, the sheer size of the city dilutes its character and makes it impossible to walk around and get a real feel for the city.
  • Jensen Beach
  • Juno
  • Juno Beach
  • Jupiter
  • Key Biscayne
  • Key Largo - There are more than 800 Florida Keys, stretching more than 180 miles! Key Largo is the longest key at 30 miles long and a half-mile wide.
  • Key West - The coral reef found in Key West is the third largest in the world, and the largest in North America. Florida's southern tip at Key West is about 1,700 miles (2.740 kilometers) from the Equator, closer than any other point in the continental U.S.
  • Kissimmee - There is no shortage of things to do in and around Kissimmee. While the Disney World Resort is a must see, Sea World, Wet ‘n Wild, and Universal are within an easy drive. There are also a host of other attractions, fine food, museums, theatre, and virtually anything you can imagine within a 30 minute drive.
  • Laguna Beach
  • Largo
  • Longboat Key
  • Maderia Beach
  • Marathon Key - Islamorada, in the Florida Keys, was named for the Spanish word meaning "purple island."
  • Marco Island
  • Mexico Beach
  • Miami - The art deco district in Miami is home to the largest concentration of art deco architecture in the world. Far and away the most exciting city in Florida, MIAMI is a stunning and often intoxicatingly beautiful place. Awash with sunlight-intensified natural colors, there are moments - when the neon-flashed South Beach skyline glows in the warm night and the palm trees sway in the breeze - when a better-looking city is hard to imagine. Even so, people, not climate or landscape, are what make Miami unique. Half of the two million population is Hispanic, the vast majority Cubans. Spanish is the predominant language almost everywhere - in many places it's the only language you'll hear, and you'll be expected to speak at least a few words - and news from Havana, Caracas or Managua frequently gets more attention than the latest word from Washington, DC.
  • Miami Beach - Miami Beach pharmacist Benjamin Green invented the first suntan cream in 1944. Miami Beach is a finger of land separating Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, connected by five causeways to the mainland. At its southern tip is South Beach, known as the Art Deco District, or SoBe. This 10-block stretch of Ocean Drive, which fronts South Beach, is one of the most celebrated ocean fronts in America.
  • Melbourne
  • Naples - Naples claims to be the "Golf Capitol of the World" with more holes per capita than any other community. In addition, with more than 160 golf courses, Palm Beach County has more golf courses than any other county in the U.S.
  • Navarre Beach
  • New Smyrna Beach
  • Orlando - The World's Largest Hard Rock Café, featuring a vast multilevel Café, is located in Orlando, Fla., at Universal Orlando Resort in the CityWalk entertainment complex. This Hard Rock boasts more pieces of rock 'n' roll memorabilia than any other location, including Beatles bricks from The Cavern Club and the doors from Abbey Road Studios. - Walt Disney World is the pacesetter among theme parks: it goes way beyond Disneyland, which opened in Anaheim, California, in 1955 - delivering escapism at its most technologically advanced and psychologically brilliant across an area twice the size of Manhattan.
  • Ormond Beach
  • Palm Bay
  • Palm Beach - A small island town of palatial homes and gardens, and streets so clean you could eat your dinner off them, PALM BEACH has been synonymous for nearly a century with the kind of lifestyle only limitless loot can buy. The nation's nobs began wintering here in the 1890s, after Henry Flagler brought his East Coast railroad south from St Augustine and built two luxury hotels on this then-secluded, palm-filled island. Since then, tycoons, sports aces, aristocrats, rock stars and CIA directors have flocked here, eager to become part of the Palm Beach elite and enjoy its aloofness from mainland, and mainstream, life
  • Palm Coast
  • Palm Harbor
  • Panama City Beach - Follow Hwy-98 fifty miles west from Apalachicola and you'll hit the orgy of motels, go-kart tracks, mini-golf courses and amusement parks that is PANAMA CITY BEACH . This beach is entirely without pretension, but it capitalizes blatantly on the appeal of its 27-mile stretch of white sand. The whole place is as commercial as can be, but with the shops, bars and restaurants all trying to undercut one another, there are some great bargains to be found. That said, throughout the lively summer (the so-called 100 Magic Days), accommodation costs are high and bookings essential. In winter, prices drop and visitors are fewer; most are Canadians and - increasingly - Europeans, many of whom have no problems sunbathing and swimming in the cool temperatures.
  • Pensacola - Pensacola's nickname is the "City of Five Flags" because throughout its history they have been under the rule of the Spanish, French, English, Americans and Confederates.
  • Pensacola Beach - Pensacola Beach in particular has everything you'd want from a Gulf Coast beach: mile after mile of fine white sands, water sports rental outlets, a busy fishing pier and a sprinkling of motels, beachside bars and snack stands.
  • Pompano Beach
  • Ponte Vedra Beach
  • Port Charlotte
  • Punta Gorda
  • Riviera Beach
  • Sanibel Island - Sanibel Island is one of the 10 best beaches in the world for shelling, with more than 400 species.
  • Santa Rosa
  • Santa Rosa Beach
  • Sarasota - Rising on a gentle hillside beside the blue waters of Sarasota Bay, SARASOTA is one of Florida's better-off and better-looking towns, and also one of the state's leading cultural centers. It's home to numerous writers and artists, and the base of several respected performing arts companies. The community is far less stuffy than its wealth might suggest, and downtown Sarasota is fairly lively, with cafés, bars and eateries complementing the excellent grouping of bookstores for which the place has been known. Most visitors stop by to see the Ringling estate on the town's northern edge - home of the art-loving millionaire from whom modern Sarasota takes its cue - and the barrier island beaches, a couple of miles away across the bay.
  • St Augustine - The oldest continuously occupied community in North America is St. Augustine, settled by Spanish explorers in 1565. Few places in Florida are as immediately engaging as this old city, with the size and even some of the looks of a small Mediterranean town. The oldest permanent settlement in the US, with much from its early days still intact along its narrow streets, it also offers two alluring lengths of beach just across the bay.
  • St George Island
  • St. James City
  • St. Petersburg - The world's first commercial airline flight occurred in Florida in 1914 between Tampa and St. Petersburg.
  • St. Petersburg Beach - Framing the Gulf side of the peninsula, a 35-mile chain of barrier islands forms the St Petersburg Beaches , one of Florida's busiest coastal strips. When the resorts of Miami Beach lost some of their allure during the 1970s, the St Petersburg beaches grew in popularity with Americans and have since evolved into an established destination for package-holidaying Europeans.
  • Seaside
  • Siesta Key
  • Stuart
  • Tallahassee - The world's deepest freshwater spring is Wakulla Springs near Tallahassee. State capital it may be, but TALLAHASSEE is a provincial city of oak trees and soft hills that won't take more than two days to explore in full. Around its small grid of central streets - where you'll find plenty of reminders of Florida's formative years - briefcase-clutching bureaucrats mingle with some of Florida State University's 250,000 students, who brighten the mood considerably and keep the city awake at night.
  • Tampa - The longest fishing pier in the world is a portion of the original Sunshine Skyway Bridge that extends one-and-a-half miles into Tampa Bay. the business hub of the west coast, has been one of the major beneficiaries of the flood of people and money into Florida - and boasts an impressive cultural diet envied by many larger rivals. A small, stimulating city with an infectious, upbeat mood, it's well worth a stop: in addition to its fine museums and Busch Gardens , one of the most popular theme parks in the state, it boasts in Ybor City the West Coast's hippest and most culturally eclectic quarter.
  • Tarpon Springs
  • Treasure Island
  • Vanderbilt Beach
  • Venice - Venice, in southwest Florida, is known as the Shark Tooth Capital of the World.
  • Vero Beach
  • West Palm Beach - Established in 1894 by railroad tycoon Henry Flagler, West Palm Beach is at the northern end of Florida's "Gold Coast" which also includes Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and Miami Beach. To the east lies Palm Beach and the Atlantic Ocean; to the west Loxahatchee Wildlife Preserve and Everglades National Park.

Sun filled days spent at a beautiful sandy beach, memorable sunsets over a glistening Gulf of Mexico (or was that golf of Florida?), world class shopping and exquisite fine dining, adventuresome recreational opportunities including golfing and horseback riding, reef diving and deep sea trophy fishing. Exciting days enjoyed with the family at Orlando area theme parks and attractions and much more. All waiting for you in sunny Florida.

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Central Florida Vacation Rentals:

  • Orlando -For fun days at Disney, Universal and SeaWorld
  • Kissimmee - Close to Orlando and Disney World and great bass fishing
  • Key West - Visit the western hemisphere's longest living coral reef and Sloppy Joe's.
  • Jacksonville - Great beaches and natural Florida too!

Florida Beach Vacation Rentals Statewide:

  • Destin - White sand and the gulf of Mexico
  • Cocoa Beach - Cruise lines!!and Ron Jon Surf Shop
  • Daytona Beach - The world's most famous beach and Daytona International Speedway
  • Miami Beach - Home fo the Dolphins, and the glitz and glamour of south beach

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