Cocoa Beach vacation rental is the perfect destination for your next getaway.
Last Updated on - Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Cocoa Beach--with 12 miles of sugar-white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, sunny skies, and a tropical climate--is the place to have some fun in the sun with a beach vacation rental! Whether it's relaxing on the soft beaches, splashing in the water, or exploring the city, Cocoa beach has many activities to offer.
Vacationing in Cocoa Beach is in the best spot of Central Florida because vacationers will find themselves in the middle of all the action! Fun water activities include windsurfing, jet skiing, wading, surf cast ing, canoeing, taking a cruise, or even deep sea fishing. Rent a boat and go fishing in the Indian and Banana Rivers. A great place for overlooking the Atlantic waters is Cocoa Beach Pier, which extends 800 feet into the Atlantic Ocean with an observation deck. For those who want to spend some time away from water, the city owns Cocoa Beach Country Club, which is open to everyone! Here you can find yourself teeing on a challenging 27 hole golf course nestled next to Banana River or playing tennis during the day or night. But the water isn't too far away, in fact it's located right within the facility! So take a refreshing dip in the Olympic size swimming pool after a great game of tennis or golf. Low on beach gear? Shop at Ron Jon's Surf Shop. Not only can you find great clothes to wear and beach gear to rent, but it's a sight for sore eyes with its extravagant art deco buildings, stairs, landings, fountains, flora, and beach furniture dispersed throughout the jungle.
Cocoa Beach is just miles away from all the action in Orlando, Florida, where you can explore the Kennedy Space Center Visitor's Center with its guided bus tours, five-story IMAX theater featuring films with astronauts on location in space, the art galleries, the rocket garden, and other various displays. Simulators will allow you to experience the sensations felt by a jet fighter pilot on a training mission, a shuttle pilot gliding from 10,000 feet to landing, and Skylab astronauts floating weightlessly in space.