So you want an epic Florida adventure but don’t want to spend tons of money on round-trip flights, ground transportation, and hotel accommodations in order to get it? We hear you!
That’s why we've included 10 Florida destinations including art museums, beaches, and restaurants that you can visit using only one tank of gas. Traveling to these locations should take approximately 400 miles. Let the adventures begin!
We can all appreciate a good cup of coffee and tasty brunch! Oxford Exchange has an upscale library estate vibe with amazing service, a delicious menu, and a gift shop curated from around the world. Grab a new pair of frames from the Warby Parker inside the Oxford Exchange and wear them to to the next location on our list.
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Watch the sunset from the flour-like sands of this beautiful beach, named the #2 beach in the USA by TripAdvisor. Grab your bathing suit and see why!
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Grab a bite to eat at this iconic seafood restaurant and celebrate a tank well-traveled!
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Taking a risk at The Donut Experiment will be well worth it as this is a popular destination for travelers and locals alike. Don’t forget to leave room in your car for the dozens of donuts you’ll want to take home with you!
You’ll need to grab a frisbee, tennis gear, or a bike rental for this destination. Don’t forget your swimsuit, too, because you’ll need it! This park is located right on the beach and is a great place to keep an eye out for dolphins.
One word: amazing! This Latin-style restaurant has an intimate vibe with outdoor seating and a delectable menu. Try one of their refreshing beverages while you're at it!
This museum as unique and eclectic as Salvador Dali’s style. Learn some fun facts about this artist and see some of his most popular works.
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Once named one of Florida’s top 10 beaches, Fort De Soto is also a great place to dig for sand dollars and spot some driftwood. You can rent paddle boards and kayaks close by and see manatees up-close and personal. Don’t worry, they're gentle giants and feed on little water plants!
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Weeki Wachee spring is one of my favorite places to visit. Grab your friends, a kayak or a paddle board and let the crystal clear current lead you through this beautiful spring. The water stays the same temperature all year, and the views never get old.
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Find out the name behind the Den and dive right into this beautiful natural attraction!
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Florida has so much to offer! While you’ll need more than one tank of gas to explore it all, this list of 10 destinations is a great place to start.
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