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Break away from the margarita (you can come back to it later). You're in Florida now, where the waters are luminescent. Where the scallops are fresh. Where the trails last for 1,300 miles. Where lighthouses are your compass. Hang gliding, kite surfing, sky diving, snorkeling, airboating, chillin' with the manatees — the list of things to do is overwhelmingly long.

That's why Matador is proud to partner with Visit Florida— not only to bring you stories and travel guides to the state, but to help you find your own adventure. Scroll down for trip inspiration, and follow Visit Florida on social media for more tips and ideas.

This post is proudly produced in partnership with VISIT FLORIDA.


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