Take a peek at the five hottest beaches in the Sunshine State.
What is especially exciting about summertime is the hunt for opportunities to travel with not only our children but also with our parents.
Two-wheeled beach cruisers today can be spotted in dedicated road lanes, paved or natural trails and in select spots on the beach itself.
Since 1976, Rob and Phyllis Wells have owned and run the historic island’s operations, and you may have figured out that today the island is known around the world as Cabbage Key!
West Wind Inn traces its Sanibel founding to April of 1968, and consistently ranks today as one of Southwest Florida's top island resorts among user-generated travel review sites.
West Wind Inn of Sanibel Island, Florida has launched a yearlong celebration of its 50 years of outstanding island hospitality with its "50 Cheers for 50 Years" promotion.
While not exactly the small steam launch in the 1951 Bogart and Hepburn classic film The African Queen, it's still a leisurely drift up SWFL's most significant river, the Caloosahatchee.
There are a few area campgrounds that offer a chance to camp by the beach, an activity that can be enjoyed throughout the year.
Useppa is a place of silence, evoking not only the recent past but also the distant past—eons before Europeans first ventured here in the 16th century.
You don’t have to go far for majestic mountain water views.