The Art of Mastering Vacations

The Other Side of Florida

Florida is a place with many hidden gems of attractions. As much as the state receives millions of visitors; its attractions are rarely exhausted. Many of the visitors do not know there are more places to visit than those they cover. They need to make their holiday destinations different next time they are there.

Cedar Key is a town which reflects the old Florida tradition. During the offseason, there are few residents, and only one road on and off the key. The pace of life there goes very slow, which is ideal for those looking for that kind of thing. There are some beautiful boutique stores found in the downtown area, surrounded by nature. Birdwatchers will also enjoy the present spoonbills in the areas.
Cassadaga is the central home to the most psychics in one area. You will be able to access many native American crafts, candles, and precious stones. Spiritualism is the main attraction of the area. There are also some modern amenities, such as a modern bookshop, cafes, and hotels. There are spiritual readings performed at the Cassadaga hotel.

The state also boasts of Pensacola, a port town. It has been linked to the navy, from as far back as 1904. The present museums and shops, when visited, afford the visitor a taste of the town’s rich history. There are a lot of trails in the town. They make it easy to end up at Crystal Lake. There, you will enjoy the beautiful scenery, and access to some of the most beautiful apartments in town.

There is also Sebring, which was founded in 1912. The popular name The City on the Circle came from the circular shape on which the downtown area location rests. It is surrounded by rivers, lakes and citrus groves. You will also get to enjoy some delightful boutique shopping. Since it is located among hills, it offers some great hiking trails. There is also the International Speedway, which brings around many visitors a year.

Mount Dora is a beautiful lakefront town found in the central part of Florida. There, you will find a wide range of antique shops, fine arts, museums, gourmet restaurants, and wineries. It also still has some ancient architecture, such as the Lakeside Inn, built in 1883, as well as the Chamber of Commerce, which was built in 1893. When you want to get that old tow feel, you should visit this place.

A visit to Florida opens up so many other possibilities for a tourist. There are many towns in Florida that have remained true to their traditions, by keeping their old buildings and ambience, and most of their traditions.