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Jacksonville, Florida: The Largest City Land Wise in the U.S. PDF Print E-mail

Located in the northeastern portion of Florida on the Atlantic coast Jacksonville, Florida has become one of the most unique vacation destinations in the state of Florida. Jacksonville, Florida is just not any urban area, even though it is the largest city in the United States in the terms of acreage, but as a vacation destination it’s the best. Jacksonville has beautiful beaches, museums, natural beauty, along with tourist attractions. Jacksonville hosts many golf courses that have been rated among the highest in the world. Surrounded by beautiful state parks and quaint city parks, Jacksonville offers a vacation experience unlike other destinations in the state of Florida. The city of Jacksonville provides world-class shopping from massive shopping malls to quaint little shops along the beach.

Known for its diversity Jacksonville is surrounded by lush semi-tropical forest, pine forest, relaxing mineral springs, and a string of beaches that offers the best in water sports including surfing, jet skiing, sailing, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Along the hundred miles of beaches, tourists can find 13 miles of beach without any commercial build up. You can lie in the sun free from condominiums, restaurants, and other urban settings. Sports fans can check out the Jaguars and Jacksonville Suns baseball teams.

Jacksonville is at the intersection of Interstate 10 and Interstate 95 if you are driving to the city. If you fly in you will fly into the Jacksonville Florida Airport, an international airport that flies in visitors from the United States and around the world.

 
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