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South of Tampa along the Gulf of Mexico

Bradenton is proud to have great residential communities, surrounded by activities for all. Whether you like to spend the day on one of the many gorgeous golf courses, relax on the nearby Anna Maria Island‘s beach, or go on a shopping spree at Ellenton Mall, Bradenton has something for everyone.

The development of Sarasota and its surrounding areas are due to John Ringling, the “King of the Circus”, who bought acres of land which became St. Armands, Lido and Longboat Key. Then, he had built his Venetian Mediterrian style mansion overlooking the bay, which even has a connection to many nations! The Hungarian Willi Pogany painted the ballroom’s ceiling with the theme The Dancers of the Nations showing dancing couples from 16 nations. He also painted the foyer and the game room. The circus exhibitions (items, clothing, railroad car, the train of Ringling) located in two buildings. The Ringling’s exceptional art collection fills two wings of the art galleries at the Ringling Museum of Art. There is a lovely garden between the wings. The Ringling Museum is truly an outstanding place to discover!

The Classic Car Museum is home of some famous, antique, historic, exotic, and European cars. If you are interested in nature, observe the manatees playing in the Mote Aquarium with other interesting animals, and you may stroll in the Selby Botanical Garden.
Sarasota offers the most beautiful beaches – Siesta Key has the best sand in the world- featuring 99% quartz. It won the International Sand Contest, and in 2004 the Travel Channels’ Best Beaches ranked it as the Best Sand Beach in the planet. The white sand is perfect for sand-castles. Siesta Key is also perfect for permanent or seasonal residence with canals, sparkling beaches, and lush plants. The St. Armands Circle offers great stores, restaurants, coffee and sweets, and it leads to Lido Beach.
Fort Myers was chosen by Thomas Edison and soon by his friend, Henry Ford to build their winter residences by the water. Edison planted royal palms also on today’s McGregor Blvd.,and later the town earned its nickname - the City of Palms. The inventors’ homes, Edison’s laboratory, the first banyan tree of the United States, and Ford’s cars can also be seen. The Imaginarium Hands-On Museum and Aquarium provides fun with science. The Lovers Key State Park is home of manatees, dolphins, shells, swimming etc. Fort Myers Beach with its beautiful beaches, parasailing and kayaking perfect place to relax. There are many golf courses for the lovers of this sport. Sanibel Island - North of Ft. Myers - is a place for finding shells.
Visitors have a very active time at the Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens, where they meet rare animals like the fosas of Madagascar or the barking, meat eater Asian deer. Feed the giraffe, or watch how alligators are fed, take the expedition cruise on the lake to see monkeys in their natural habitat. Naples has a botanical garden, too. Hop on and off a narrated trolley tour to meet the significant places of Naples and peek into its life.
Golf and tennis are waiting for vacationers also. There are over 70 golf courses and if you wish to live on one of them, the Mediterranean style Treviso Bay is a place for you with its amazing amenities and close proximity to downtown Naples. From the property, walk to the 18-hole course which can be part of the world class golf Tournament Players Club (TPC) status – designed by Arthur Hills and TPC Player Consultant, Hal Sutton. Other, new developments are progressing as well in many price ranges.
Marco Island is just 15 minutes drive from Naples, lined with top-notch condominiums, marinas, tennis and golf courses overlooking the quartz sand beach.

Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach

Miami is known worldwide: ocean, lavish skyscrapers, famous stars, entertainment, vibrant life.

Orlando - Disney and the City of Beautiful

Micky Mouse, Pluto, waterparks, entertainment, NASA, car-racing, etc . in Orlando and its surrounding areas.

The first settlement of the United States - St. Augustine

You may get younger by the Fountain of Youth in St. Augustine.

The Magical Islands of the Keys

Most southern part of the US. Islands, watersports, corals, Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico, Hemingway.

Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg

Excellent location and roadways, booming commerce, studying, culture, entertainment, Gulf of Mexico etc.

South of Tampa, Along the Golf of Mexico

Big cities, seashores, golfing, cultural and sport programs, wide variety of entertainment etc.

Playing golf and tennis, enjoying the nature all year long

Golf is very popular in Florida; 18-36 hole golf courses in for fun, practice, and competitions.

Yachts, ocean, watersports

Beautiful ocean, white-sandy seashores, sightseeing and dolphin tours on yachts; kayak, jetski, surf.




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