Step back in time on this barrier island where strict regulations govern the type of buildings and businesses allowed.
This Amelia Island enclave on Florida's northeastern border boasts 13 miles of pristine beaches.
Book a room at an inn and learn about the local oyster, timber, and fishing history—or relax on miles of unspoiled beaches on nearby St.
Located off the famous Scenic Highway 30A is a hidden gem called Rosemary Beach.
Leave the car behind in this walkable and bike-friendly town in northwest Florida—named the prettiest town in Florida by Architectural Digest.
North of Orlando, this arts and culture community offers a small-town feel outside of Disney's hometown.
It's no wonder retirees flock here. You get pristine beaches and picturesque neighborhoods that instantly feel like home.
Swim with manatees in this central Florida town beloved by nature-seekers.
Head to Palm Beach in South Florida if you want to feel a little fancy.
Sister to nearby Sanibel, this captivating isle on Florida's southwest coast offers biking, sailing, birding, and a variety of water activities.
Make your way to the Fort Myers River District for the small-town feel you're craving.
Part fishing village and part artists' enclave, this quirky community over the bridge from Pine Island is quintessential old Florida.
The town's annual Scottish celebrations honor its heritage and history, as it was founded by two Scotsmen in 1899.
On the northeast coast of Florida sits St. Augustine—the oldest city in the U.S. Known for its Spanish architecture and irresistible charm.
Just 15 minutes south of Gainesville, this Seminole-named enclave features dozens of antique vendors on oak-lined Cholokka Boulevard.