This Spring Break mecca is always hopping with college students looking for a place to party. The
"strip" is packed from sundown into the wee morning hours. Partiers
line up to check out the wild tunes of Club La Vela.
Panama's clear waters welcome divers, and the
Florida Scuba Connection is a local favorite for
Daytona offers similar fun, but it caters to a more diverse crowd. To
get the scoop on the local music scene, check out DaytonaMusic.com.
It highlights local bands, clubs and
non-traditional music venues. For culture, take a trip to the Ponce
de Leon Inlet Lighthouse or the
Heart of Daytona Chorus.
Cruise Line offers
sunset trips, downtown tours and riverfront voyages for sand-weary
If you're looking for a place to stay,
Gram's Place is a bohemian style bed and
breakfast that focuses on entertaining guests with jazz, blues, folk,
country and more. It is named after the late singer and songwriter
Gram Parsons. For a glimpse of turn-of-the-century Florida, visit the
Henry B. Plant Museum, which is housed
in the 1891 Tampa Bay Hotel. If you prefer to be pampered, head to
the Safety Harbor Resort and Spa.
For adventure, try Busch Gardens.
A true beach town, Fort Lauderdale has gorgeous sands, an abundance of
volleyball courts and plenty of sun lovers. For live beach cam shots,
suggestions on where to stay, hints on great attractions and tips on
the hottest night spots, the Ft. Lauderdale web site
is the perfect starting point. Las Olas Boulevard is
the trendy shopping area. If you are looking to expand your repertoire of talents,
learn to sail from Blue Water Sailing School
or learn to dive at the Sea Horse.