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==Cities==
 
==Cities==
  
*[[Naples (Florida)|Naples]]
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*[[Boca Raton]]
*[[Fort Myers]]
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*[[Cape Coral]]
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*[[Captiva Island]]
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*[[Coral Gables]]
 
*[[Fort Lauderdale]]
 
*[[Fort Lauderdale]]
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*[[Fort Myers]]
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*[[Marco Island]]
 
*[[Miami]]
 
*[[Miami]]
*[[Coral Gables]]
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*[[Naples (Florida)|Naples]]
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*[[Plantation]]
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*[[Sanibel Island]]
 
*[[Tin City]]
 
*[[Tin City]]
 
*[[West Palm Beach]]
 
*[[West Palm Beach]]
*[[Cape Coral]]
 
*[[Captiva Island]]
 
*[[Sanibel Island]]
 
*[[Plantation]]
 
  
 
==Other destinations==
 
==Other destinations==

Revision as of 01:20, 15 May 2006

South Florida is perhaps the most famous part of Florida for visitors. It is known for its sunshine and beaches, and the population grew massively in the second half of the 20th century. It is the landfall place of some hurricanes.

Contents

Regions

Cities

Other destinations

Understand

Talk

Get in

Get around

See

Do

  • beaches
  • swimming
  • diving

Eat

The fresh oranges in this area are good.

Drink

Get out

This is a good launching-off point for the Florida Keys.



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