From Cape Florida to Cape Canaveral, Jupiter Inlet, Sanibel Island and Key West, it seems there’s a lighthouse with a photo opp waiting around just about every corner of The Sunshine State. Playing a significant role in Florida’s history, the state’s lighthouses have dwindled down to just a precious 29, most of which have become prime tourist attractions throughout the year. Once you’ve seen them all, you may want to invest in a “Visit Our Lights” specialty license plate to help preserve and restore the surviving lighthouses throughout the state for others to enjoy and for you to re-visit; FloridaLighthouses.org.
When you’re ready for a getaway in a historical property that combines unique design, a story to tell and gilded splendor — these iconic Florida inns are perfect for an unforgettable staycation in The Sunshine State.
A new world-class mixed-use luxury tower in the heart of Brickell, 1 Southside Park will usher in a new evolution to the neighborhood with upgrades to Southside Park among many other public benefits that will celebrate a new mode of urban living in Miami.