A holiday Walt Disney World Florida and and Clearwater Beach is a popular combination for a twin centre holiday to Florida during the Easter holidays, and for good reason. Enjoy all that Walt Disney World has to offer before moving on to the Gulf Coast and the white sands, blue waters and serenity of Clearwater Bay on this fun-filled holiday to Florida.
Begin your holiday with a 7 night stay in Disney’s Port Orleans Hotel. This package includes your 7 day park tickets so you are ready to go! Visit the iconic Magic Kingdom and see your favourite Disney characters come to life. Spend a day at Disney Hollywood Studios and be sure to visit it’s newest attractions, Toy Story Land and Star Wars, Galaxy’s Edge. Head to the Disney Waterparks and enjoy plenty of family fun or visit Disney’s Animal Kingdom and behold the magic of nature.
After the excitement of Orlando, it’s time for some rest and relaxation at Clearwater Bay. Clearwater Beach consistently ranks among the top beaches in Florida. Here you’ll find soft white sand and excellent swimming conditions in warm seas. Lounging on Florida’s Gulf Coast is not the only attraction at this popular beach resort. Clearwater Bay has plenty of options to entertain the entire family. Explore the aquarium, museums, boat rides and spas, before heading out to do a spot of shopping, there is no shortage of malls and outlets in the area.
Clearwater is a haven for water sports enthusiasts, with lots of water based activities to choose from including snorkelling, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking and sailing. Take a boat ride to do some dolphin watching, before returning to experience the unmissable Pier 60 Festival. The Sunsets at Pier 60 festival is a nightly sunset celebration that takes place at Pier 60 Park on Clearwater Beach, Florida. The free family event features artisans, crafters, street performers and musical entertainment; it takes place every day, weather permitting.
Orlando - If staying at a Disney-owned resort, take advantage of the Extra Magic hours, where lines are short and crowds are small! It's the best time to visit some of the more popular attractions while feeling like you're the only ones in the park!
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St Petes - Shell Key is a quick boat ride from St. Pete. The beach is more of a laying out and looking for shells beach rather than for swimming. There are a lot of boats and jet skis coming close to shore which I found annoying for snorkeling.