Florida thematic routes
For two, in love
Miami and the Keys!
- At least one cocktail in a sublime design hotel in the Art Deco District,
- then rent a convertible to descend into the Keys.
- A little daring, but nothing shocking, go take a look at the Erotica Museum.
- There, get off the bike, to flirt on the streets of Key West lined with wooden Victorian houses overlooking small tropical gardens.
- Schedule a few nautical activities: sea outings at sunset, snorkeling, paddleboarding ...
- And in the evening, take a tour of the historic bars before returning to your charming guesthouse.
- If you take a seaplane to the deserted islets of the Dry Tortugas.
See our report on Miami.
See our report on the Keys.
As a family, with children and adolescents
- Head north! It is in the gigantic and turbulent Orlando theme parks where all the attractions are concentrated. An unbridled competition is engaged between Disney World and Universal Studios to propel you always higher, always stronger, always further, and to put you in the eyes! But be careful, remember to put your credit card in the fridge in the evening when you come back to the hotel, because it will heat up!
- It is also the region where we find the water parks the most delirious on the planet.
Art and culture
At Miami :
- The must-see Art Deco district
- The Wolfsonian Museum (Art Deco design)
- The Wynwood District and its murals
- Villa Vizcaya
In Palm Beach:
- The Norton Museum of Art
- The Orlando Museum of Art (entrance fee much lower than the mice with gloved hands!).
- On the renaissance side of the Ringling Museum in Sarasota.
- The biggest Botanical Garden of the United States is south of Miami.
- But what is there, compared to Everglades who start at 3 steps? To discover on foot, by car, by boat, by bicycle or even by air boat (hydrofoil), this immense expanse of wet meadows, lakes, streams and islands occupies the entire southern tip of Florida. Hundreds of thousands of alligators live alongside 350 species of birds, including countless waders who come to winter. On the Florida bay side, passionate naturalists will go in search of the rare crocodile, which also lives here ...
See our article on the Everglades.
- And those who don't hate getting wet will put on fins, mask and snorkel to explore the coral reef of the Florida Reef, where fish and turtles abound; some even have the chance to see manatees there.
- The little Keys deer can be easily seen from Big pine key at dawn and sunset.
- Le Cape Canaveral also has a large natural park of great beauty, which rivals the Everglades ...
- Without forgetting the islands of Sanibel and Captiva, on the Gulf of Mexico side, simply heavenly.
- And if you want the west, barracks made up of long white sand beaches.