Florida, with its mild climate, is the leading producer of citrus fruits in the United States. Florida's climate and sandy beaches attract "snowbirds" who want to escape the cold winters in the northern states. There is a large Hispanic population in South Florida, especially from Cuba.
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Florida is the 26th largest state in the US. It is mainly a peninsula, bounded by Georgia and Alabama to the North, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Gulf of Mexico to the west.
Learn about rural, suburban, and urban real estate markets in Florida. Real estate agents, buyers, and sellers will appreciate the Florida real estate resources on this page.
The Bahamas lie fifty miles off the coast of Florida and are a popular vacation destination for travelers. Learn more and find travel and tourism links for planning a Caribbean getaway.
The Turks and Caicos Islands comprise 40 islands and cays; only eight of them are inhabited. Located southeast of Florida below the Bahamas, the islands are becoming an offshore investment center.
Georgia, the 21st largest state in the USA, is bounded by North Carolina to the north, South Carolina to the northeast, Florida to the South, the Atlantic Ocean on the southeast, and Tennessee on the north.
There are plenty of excellent surfing spots located on the Atlantic Ocean along the East coast. Learn about them here and find links to surf shops from Maine to Florida.
Four-year-old Elianna Grace (pictured) is fighting for her life at a Florida hospital after she accidentally swallowed pool water in a 'freak accident' earlier this month.
Daily Mail. Tue, 24 Apr 2018 03:32:21 +0100.
To "pay salary and overtime expenses for first responders" who responded to the Parkland mass shooting in February, the Department of Justice has awarded $1 million to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, according to ABC News.
Newsmax. Mon, 23 Apr 2018 17:31:00 EDT.
Florida Locator Map
Harmsen, Debbie, ed. Florida. New York, NY. Fodor's Travel. 2010.
Parks, Pat. The Railroad That Died at Sea. Key West, FL. Langley Press. 2005.