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Amelia Island, Florida
Today, Amelia Island is a perfect blend of past and present. Delightful Victorian architecture is the hallmark of the downtown Historic District, tucked between the Intracoastal Waterway to the west and the pristine Atlantic beaches to the east. City people will find all they need on Amelia Island and nearby Jacksonville, but nature lovers will truly be in their element, as they...
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Cocoa, Florida
One theory claims a group of local residents at a town meeting in 1884 wanted to name the city after a local product or feature of the area. At the urging of Capt. R.C. May, they finally settled on the cocoa plant. Another reader credited a...
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Cocoa Beach, Florida
In spite of being a major tourist destination-the population swells to 30,000 during the peak season and another 2.4 million people are "day visitors"-Cocoa Beach is home to almost 13,000 residents who care deeply about their tropical paradise. As...
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Daytona Beach, Florida
IF SUN, FUN AND THE ROAR of finely-tuned engines is your idea of a good time, Daytona Beach is calling you home. Centrally located on Florida’s Atlantic coast, Daytona is all about cars and the beach....
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Destin, FL Retiring
According to locals and visitors, the sand on Destin’s beaches, the byproduct of a curious juxtaposition of aquatics and geography, is the whitest in the world. The finely ground quartz crystals, which look more like the sugar in your morning coffee than the ...
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Fernandina Beach, Florida
Fernandina Beach offers more than shopping, dining and the beach, including a variety of outdoor activities such as golf, boating, hiking and driving along scenic Highway A1A. History buffs will enjoy Fort Clinch State Park. The fort was begun in 1847 but never completed. It was...
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Jacksonville Beach, Florida
Jacksonville Beach is the biggest and busiest resort along Florida`s northern coast. More than four miles long, the beach is wide and offers plenty of room to stroll or sunbathe. Water activities abound, such as offshore racing, fishing and surfing. The Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier is a hub of activity and a great place for...
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Melbourne, Florida
It’s named for Melbourne, Australia, where Cornthwaite John Hector, the new postmaster, had spent much of his life. It is said that Hector preferred a different name, but Mrs. R. W. Goode is credited with the suggestion. After drawing straws, the...
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Merritt Island, Florida
In the mid-1800s, the area was known for producing world-famous Indian River oranges and grapefruit, and pineapples also thrived in the sandy soil. The small towns that once dotted the island–Georgiana, Courtenay, Tropic, Fairyland...
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Rockledge, Florida
The city of Rockledge, located on central Florida’s fast-growing Space Coast, is surrounded by a wide variety of recreational, educational and just plain fun activities.
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Viera, Florida: Viera Real Estate
Viera, Florida is rapidly creating a name for itself. And no wonder. It is a dream come true for the Duda family. Andrew Duda and his family emigrated from Czechoslovakia to Central Florida in 1912 and operated a small celery farm. It became one of the world’s largest and most respected family-owned agricultural enterprises...
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