Florida Keys

Florida Keys holidays offer a string of tropical islands south of Florida, between the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. The destination is largely known for its diving opportunities around coral reefs and the diverse bars along Duval Street. It offers beautiful stretches of beach and stunning sunsets along with perfect tropical weather. The Florida Keys islands offer regular guided trips to sights of interest and to sunken wrecks and reefs off shore.

Each of the island destinations of the Florida Keys has unique features to individually discover. Key Largo is a fantastic destination with the ocean right on its doorstep. Hotels such as the Cheeca Lodge and Spa attract a number of famous guests. Key West displays an array of geographic influences and is home to various sightseeing opportunities for those who want to experience full culture of the Florida Keys.

Florida Masters can provide expert advice on each Florida Keys location to find the best holiday deal for you. With such a huge variety of Florida holidays to discover, there is something for everyone to enjoy in the Florida Keys area as it is full of water activities and beautiful beaches.

Neighbourhoods

Key Largo

Key Largo is located in the upper Florida Keys and is the self-proclaimed Dive Capital of the world. It is home to the world’s largest artificial reef and the John Pennekamp Coral Reef Underwater State Park. The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is a fantastic experience for underwater activities such as snorkelling and water sport activities. The area offers the most beautiful sunsets after spending a day on the tranquil beaches and in turquoise waters of Key Largo. There are plenty of arts and culture opportunities as well as eco tours, dolphin encounters and motorbike rentals. You can visit the marinas of Key Largo or take a trip to a gallery or museum for the day. Every day can be different in this area of Florida as there is so much to discover and so many opportunities for sightseeing as well as relaxing. The range of hotels are great for underwater explorers wanting to find out more about the unique collection of marine wildlife that can be discovered.

Our top Key Largo hotels include:

  • Cheeca Lodge and Spa
  • Hawkes Cay Key Largo
  • Hilton Key Largo
  • Marriott Key Largo
Destination Key Largo

Key West

The Key West is a slightly more isolated location in comparison to other locations in the Sunshine State. It is roughly 90 miles north of Cuba and is famed for its pastel conch-style houses and coral reefs. It is the perfect holiday destination for those looking for something a little bit different and are wanting great value for money. It is a fantastic place for lovers of sea life as it is close to the only living reef in North America. The Key West area offers a variety of calendar events over the year from fishing tournaments to a variety of parades and festivals.

There are plenty of sightseeing tours and cruises to experience which are particularly popular as the sun sets. It is a popular area for families to visit as well as those that are keen outdoor enthusiasts as there are an array of water sport and cultural activities. There are lots places of interest such as the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Gardens and the Dry Tortugas National Park. If you’re wanting a holiday to unwind and relax, there are also various spas and health and wellbeing activities for the ultimate life of luxury after a relaxing day on the beach.

Some of our favourite hotels in the Key West area include:

  • Casa Marina Key West
  • Doubletree Key West
  • The Inn at Key West
Destination Key West

Main Florida Keys Attractions

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    John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

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    Bahia Honda State Park

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    Dry Tortugas National Park

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    National Key Deer Refuge

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    Dolphin Research Center

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    Hemingway House

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    Marathon

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    Southernmost Point in the continental USA

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    Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory


Getting Around Florida Keys

Visitors flying to the Florida Keys can fly into Miami Airport or Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Other airports in the Florida Keys include Key West International Airport and Florida Keys Marathon International Airport. Visitors can get to the Keys by airport shuttle buses or rental cars. Key Largo can be reached in an hour from Miami or an hour and 45 minutes from Ft. Lauderdale. Public transport links include bus services, Keys shuttle buses, tropical limousine services and train options. There are also ferry transport options and private boaters to enjoy.


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Florida Keys was last modified: October 27th, 2016 by floridamasters
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