Located in the central belt of the state of Florida, in North America, is the region known as Central Florida. A Central Florida holiday allows visitors to indulge in a wide range of activities and to do numerous activities, thanks to the fact that the region is so large. A Central Florida holiday rental villa will not only provide all of the amenities you would expect in a top hotel, it will also provide you with a very comfortable place to rest your heard after a hard day’s sightseeing or adventure.
The biggest advantage of a Central Florida holiday is that it can be as energetic or as laid back as you want it to be. If you are feeling full of vitality then there is a multitude of outdoor activities to get your teeth into including cycling, golf, walking, fishing, bird watching, small game hunting, tennis, skiing, paddle boating and jet skiing. With a wonderful variation in landscapes and an abundance of wildlife, a Central Florida holiday also strongly appeals to enthusiastic artists and photographers.
If you be able to tear yourself away from your fantastic Central Florida holiday rental villa then it is worth visiting the city of Orlando, which is located in the heart of the region. Visitors of all ages will be able to enjoy numerous attractions in and around the city such as the Walt Disney World Resort and SeaWorld Orlando. Other great attractions worth visiting in Orlando include the Fantasy of Flight Museum which is home to many interesting aviation machines which often take to the skies to give visitors a fabulous aerial display.
If you are considering booking a wonderful Central Florida holiday rental villa then you can expect to experience a Subtropical climate, which means that there are hot summers and mild winters. The warmest months to have a Central Florida holiday tend to be July and August when the temperature can reach as high as 34°C during the day. The cooler months of December and January see the daytime temperature drop to between 14°C and 24°C. The annual rainfall amount for the region is 53 inches.
Travellers on a Central Florida holiday are likely to arrive at Orlando International Airport (MCO) which is in the heart of the region. Air operators that offer regular, affordable flights include British Airways, Continental Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, US Airways and KLM. Passengers can depart the UK from several UK airports such as Gatwick (LGW), Manchester (MAN), Edinburgh (EDI), Glasgow (GLA) and Newcastle(NCL).