5 hidden gems of Florida

Just as it is with every state, some places are more popular than others. Cities like Miami, Tampa, and Orlando are always popular, and they do offer much to their inhabitants. However, some places in Florida aren’t discovered by non-Floridians, but they offer as much if not much more than cities we already mentioned. So in this article, we are going to explore the top 5 hidden gems of Florida where you can move to and experience The Sunshine State to its fullest.

Those hidden gems

It is not a coincidence why Florida has always been among the top 5 most popular states in the US. With endless sunshine, fantastic climate, rich and happy inhabitants, Florida is perfect for life, wherever you are coming from.

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Where can you move if not if in the most popular destinations of The Sunshine State? Thankfully there are some great hidden gems in Florida. So, let’s explore some of them!

So, pack your stuff and organize your Florida move, and joins us as we explore some of the best not-so-well-known places of Florida!

Dunedin

Unjustly overlooked by nearby Tampa, this waterfront community has much to offer. The downtown area is filled with antique shops and art galleries, making this place perfect for anyone who is artistically inclined. It is a place where human art meets nature’s art, so you can imagine just how good this place is!

Seaside

An incorporated master-planned community in Walton County, Seaside is certainly one of the best hidden gems of Florida. Located on the Florida panhandle, Seaside has a little bit of a different culture than places in the rest of Florida. Still, that culture is a classic Floridian one, so you won’t have any problems adapting to it.

It is a very picturesque place like it is straight from a postcard. It’s literary perfect! Many families from the rest of Florida are moving to Seaside. However, finding the right moving company even for local moving can be challenging. Thankfully, Seaside professionals can help you settle in quickly and effortlessly.

Amelia Island

Named after Princess Amelia, daughter of George II of Great Britain, Amelia Island is for anyone who wants to enjoy proximity to the Atlantic and the classic endless sunshine of Florida.

Amelia Island offers a picturesque landscape and a small-town atmosphere. According to moving experts from Big Man’s Moving Company, this is a very safe area that is perfect for families with children, young adults, and retirees. With a multitude of golf courses, Amelia Island offers great recreational activities.¬†

Gulfport

This yet-to-be popular destination in Florida located on the south end of the Clearwater peninsula offers amazing natural beauty with a colorful small community atmosphere. Also, experts predict that this community is going to grow in the future. So, if you plan to invest in Florida real estate, this place might be perfect for you!

Hidden treasures and gems of Florida on a ssandy beach.
You can find some treasure on Treasure Island! Just don’t dig on public beaches.

There are some fantastic local delicacies, and we encourage you to try them all when you visit this awesome place!

Treasure Island

Although you might not find pirate’s treasure here, you’ll certainly encounter a treasure of a different kind in this place. Named after a hotel owner who buried his treasures and later rediscovered them, Treasure Island offers a fairy-tale atmosphere on the Gulf of Mexico.¬†Beaches are perfect here, and it is only two hours drive from St. Petersburg. This makes it one of the greatest hidden gems of Florida!

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