Browse the Bed and Breakfast Regions of Florida
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Each region of Florida is unique. For this reason, Florida travel is a rich and rewarding experience. Use the links below to find Florida Bed and Breakfast Inns within a specific region. Every member of Florida Bed and Breakfast Inns is listed on a region page.
Southeast Florida is incredibly diverse. The Florida Keys, at the very tip of the state, have the only extensive shallow coral reef formations in the United States. That area is quite unlike cosmopolitan Miami, which is different from the resort town of Palm Beach. The Everglades, in Southwest Florida, boast an astonishing variety of plant and animal life, and are home to such endangered species as the Florida panther, the West Indian manatee, and the Green turtle.
Central West Florida is home to such diverse and interesting cities as Tampa, St. Petersburg and Sarasota, which features cultural attractions such as the Sarasota Film Festival and the annual Ringling International Arts Festival. Northwest Florida boasts some of the most magnificent, unspoiled beaches in the state.
From Disney World in Orlando to the International Speedway in Daytona and the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Central East Florida offers exhilarating examples of creativity and innovation. Some of the country's oldest European settlements and seaports are found in Northeast Florida: Amelia Island features resplendent Victorian mansions, while the streets of St. Augustine are lined with an astonishing array of historic architecture, from the Colonial Spanish period onward.
Florida Bed and Breakfast Inns are located in every region of the state. The links below will help you locate inns in specific destinations.