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Discover These 4 Amazing Florida Islands You Can Drive To

The Florida Keys usually rank top on each one’s Florida vacation chart, there’s several other stunning Island off the Sunshine State’s coast which are worth touring too. Florida has over 4000 islands, but we have managed to narrow that list down to 4 favorites. Try something different this year. 

Merritt Island

Come here to feel the amazing ground rumble during a shuttle launch Kennedy Space Center on the north end of this island. On the side of the spectrum, the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge is house to a few of the exclusive wildlife in Florida – featuring the state’s finest birding sights and views by elusive Florida Partners. 

Marco Island

On this island, you are on the edge of the Everglades, but with a vide this steamy, you would never know it. The 6 mile boasts canal-lined streets and normally empty crescents formed sandy beach which that faces the amazing Gulf of Mexico. 

Amelia Island

This island is a barrier island on the north east corner of Florida, only a 30-minute drive from the Georgia state line and fifty-minute drive to Jacksonville, Florida. It is the single place in the USA that has had 8 different flags and is house to the oldest hotel in Florida, the FHI (Florida House Inn), which was built in 57. This amazing island has thirteen miles of beaches, diverse sorts of lodgings, upscale artisan and golf course The historic downtown of Fernandina is a Victorian theme sea port with art walks, cute shops, and many more to keep you entertained. 

Sunset Key

Just five hundred yard off-key West, this custom made Island is home of sunset key’s forty guest cottages. Ferry over a sunset dinner on the huge sands at Latitudes for Florida lobster and locally yellowtail snapper or go in front and rent a lodge for the amazing experience of living on a personal island Boats to and from Key West run full day-night for late mainland fun. 

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