A tiny home from Petite Retreats is the perfect way to take a break from winter weather and bask in the sunshine in a tiny house, cottage, or cabin. Roam away from home with a unique vacation getaway, where the place you rest your head becomes a photo-worthy part of your vacation. With Petite Retreats, you can vacation in a tiny house, cozy cabin, yurt, tent, or teepee. You’re well on your way to destination relaxation. Petite Retreats boasts locations across the country, full of charm and character, which serve as the ultimate getaway. From a riverfront view at Yosemite to gorgeous colorful cottages in Florida, destination relaxation is just around the corner. If you choose a colorful cottage in Florida you'll enjoy tropical cabanas in lovely hues with Florida views, you may even find yourself oceanfront in the Keys.
Florida’s Panhandle is the stretch of land in the far northwest portion of the state that runs roughly 200 miles and is home to some of the most beautiful white sand beaches, several of which are consistently named in the ranks of America’s best beaches. The following are just a few of the places you can visit in this area.
National Naval Aviation Museum. The Museum provides thrills for everyone, whether you’re a Navy buff or an aviation buff. MaxFlight 360 Simulators allow visitors to experience air-to-air combat as well as stunt flying missions while the Naval Aviation Memorial Theater provides an unparalleled am I flying kind of screen event. There are also virtual flight deck and cockpit training experiences to be enjoyed. Exhibits include several aircraft galleries as well as a one-quarter scale replica of the USS Nimitz.
Shell Island. Shell Island is truly an example of undeveloped space when it comes to things that mar our beautiful beaches. This 7-mile barrier island has no hotels, no restaurants, no buildings, not even a trash can it is said – just sand, water, and natural flora and fauna. It’s a great place to see bottlenose dolphins a resident pod is there all year long so as long as the sun is shining, you just might see a dolphin whenever you visit. Snorkeling and shelling are two more activities that make Shell Island a great place to visit.
The Destin History and Fishing Museum. It’s not all about the history of fishing here, there’s also a science exhibit that explains why the sands of Destin are white and several Native American history displays. There’s fishing history shown through artifacts, fishing equipment, and of course, mounted fish upon fish, all caught locally.
The Florida Keys. Island hop among the Florida Keys and enjoy everything from water sports, like parasailing and scuba diving, to more land-bound adventures like a Hop-On/Hop-Off trolley tour of fabled Key West. Dolphin-watch, visit a turtle hospital, tour the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum and see the endangered Key Deer at the National Key Deer Refuge. John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Located on Key Largo has some of the best snorkeling around the area.
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