There is nothing quite like 80 degree weather in January; especially if you are accustomed to Northeast winters and their usually irksome qualities. This fact is a huge contributor toward why so many people flock to the state of Florida and seek out Fort Myers beach condo rentals. In 2011, tourism brought 87.3 million visitors to the state. That is an average of 240,000 visitors each day.
Home to several land and nature preserves, including the Everglades National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve, Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge, and the Picayune Strand State Forest, Naples, FL, and Naples vacation rentals and the surrounding area are popular sanctuaries for year round visitors. Naples vacation rental homes are plentiful as are rentals in its neighbors to the north.
A straight drive up Interstate Route 75 can lead you to other communities nestled along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. These communities offer just as many attractions as the Naples area. Within Bradenton is the Parker Manatee Aquarium. The aquarium is home to the countys official mascot, Snooty the manatee. Snooty is believed to be one of the oldest manatees in the world! Not too far from Snooty are Bradenton vacation rentals, Fort Myers beach condo rentals, and Fort myers vacation rentals, which are plentiful if you procure earlier enough in the season. Fort Myers beach condo rentals in particular are a hot commodity due to their close proximity to the Gulf as well as the pristine beaches in the area. So do not wait too long to book your Fort Myers vacation rental homes or Fort Myers beach condo rentals.