At a Glance: Florida Keys & Key West



Florida Keys & Key West At A Glance

Ideas for First Timers:

  • Drive across the Seven Mile Bridge, the longest segmental bridge in the world, Marathon Key
  • Drive the Keys on the All-American Road
  • Snorkel or ride in a glass-bottom boat in John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Key Largo
  • Take a picture in front of the giant lobster at the Rain Barrel Village, Islamorada
  • Feed the tarpon at Robbie's Marina, Islamorada
  • Tour the Dolphin Research Center, Marathon
  • Swim, sunbathe and explore Bahia Honda State Park, Lower Keys
  • Visit the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, Key West
  • Ride the Conch Train or Trolley Ride, Key West
  • Experience the Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square, Key West

Ideas for Repeat Visitors:

  • Tour on the African Queen, Key Largo
  • Kayak or paddle board the Flats, Islamorada
  • Visit historic Pigeon Key, Marathon
  • Visit the Turtle Hospital, Marathon
  • Discover the Key Deer Refuge, Lower Keys
  • Explore dolphins, turtles and other marine and bird life in the Great White Heron National Refuge, Cudjoe Key
  • Explore America's most remote national park, the Dry Tortugas

Florida Keys & Key West

AA necklace of islands that begins just south of Miami, the laid-back Florida Keys are connected by the Overseas Highway's 43 bridges - one almost seven miles long - over the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. The area is divided into five regions: Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, Big Pine and the Lower Keys, and Key West. Each region has its own flavor, attractions, including historic museums, flora, fauna, seafood restaurants, fishing, diving, watersports and boutique-type shopping. Vistas of the Keys feature deep-blue seas, nodding palms and olive-green mangroves. Sharing this eco-paradise are white herons, roseate spoonbills, pelicans, sea gulls, ospreys and countless underwater creatures. The coastal waters of the entire 125-mile island chain, which is paralleled by North America's only living coral barrier reef, have been designated the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

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