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Florida Keys - Key Largo Key Largo - Dive Capital of the World and the isle of choice for serious scuba, Key Largo is home to the largest stretch of the only living coral reef in the country. Dive John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park in the morning, and spend the afternoon chasing snook and trout through the backcountry flats. - Learn more Islamorada - Widely known as the Sportfishing Capital of the World, Islamorada as a general term encompasses the island string from MM 90 to MM 63. Don’t miss Sombrero Reef or the dozens of fishing charters captained by locals who know exactly where to drop your hook for the biggest catch.- Learn more

Lower Florida Keys The Lower Keys – Anchored by Big Pine Key and including Sugarloaf and Cudjoe Keys, the Lower Keys are home to the last stand of miniature Key Deer. Don’t miss the underwater music festival at Looe Key, and ask locals to point you to the hidden No Name Saloon, which is well worth the search. - Learn more Marathon - Florida Keys Marathon - From Fiesta Key south to the Seven Mile Bridge, Marathon is home to the Best Beach in America, Bahia Honda State Park, as named by Dr. Beach. Attractions include a dolphin encounter center and the spectacular Sombrero Reef. - Learn more

Florida keys= Key West Key West - The last stop on U.S. 1, and the southernmost spot in the continental states. Key West is the place for those who like their parties long and loud, and the water clear and teeming with sea life. Favorite bars include the open-air Hog’s Breath Saloon and Sloppy Joe’s, known as the tavern of choice for author and seaman Ernest Hemingway. There are plenty of other attractions in Key West, too: Mallory Square sunset celebrations, tours, museums, an aquarium, plus fishing charters, ferries to the nearby Dry Tortugas, and guided diving trips. Learn more. - Learn more

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Luxuriate in the sun and sand along the breathtaking Florida Keys – you’ll soon see why locals call their home Paradise, and why visitors often become locals. floridakeystravel.info is your source for the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on hotels, diving, tours, fishing, attractions, and transportation in the beautiful Florida Keys. From the reefs of Key Largo to the revelry of Holidays in Key West, floridakeystravel.info is your connection to insider information.

Explore the diverse natural landscapes of the Florida Keys:, from the untouched mangrove forests to the white sand beaches and pristine, vibrant coral reefs. Whether you’re interested in the world’s best fishing, America’s best diving, or the most relaxing atmosphere in the universe, you’re sure to find your personal Elysium in the Florida Keys.

The Florida Keys archipelago comprises 1,700 islands that stretch over 100 miles, and each of the five major sections has a unique identity:

Design your Trip to Paradise with all the options in mind – learn about scuba diving trips and certification, Jules Verne-style hookah diving, and snorkeling in the crystal clear waters surrounding the Florida Keys. Fish, from the depths of the Gulf to the backcountry shallows. Reel in massive sailfish, dolphin, marlin, wahoo, tuna, kingfish, tarpon, snook, grouper, snapper, permit, barracuda, and more. Swim amongst the dolphins, or risk an encounter with stingrays. Camp surrounded by Florida’s natural beauty, seconds from the sandy shore and excellent snorkeling. Environmentalists won’t want to miss hiking and kayaking eco-tours that wind through the wilds, and will enjoy the Florida Key’s many marine and seabird sanctuaries and research centers. Stroll through the many seasonal art festivals and outdoor concerts, or sit in on a literary convention or theatre performance. The curious will thrill at the many museums, historical societies, and tours – walking and boating, or by pedi-cab or trolley – available on the islands. Historians can immerse themselves in the island’s rich past, which includes tales of piracy, wrecking, hurricanes, and famous inhabitants. Museums include Truman’s Little White House, the Hemingway Home (& its six-toed cats), Flagler Station, and the Shipwreck Historeum.

In the evenings, settle down to dine on the local specialties: pink Key shrimp, lobsters, fish fresh from the docks, and, naturally, fresh Key Lime pie. Restaurants run the range from extravagant to bathing-suit casual. Though nightlife all along the Keys is vibrant, Key West holds the distinction of sponsoring the wildest parties – every night of the year. If your schedule permits, reserve a space during Fantasy Fest in October, when elaborately costumed revelers parade through the island.

Even those typically opposed to shopping can barely resist the lure of all the sporting outfitters dotting the Florida Keys, offering everything from fly lures to jet skis. Seasoned shoppers will appreciate the mix of unique stores and convenience grocers, and the number and diversity of galleries lining the Overseas Highway will please even the most selective art lover. The Seashell Warehouse and Kino Sandals are world-famous Key West establishments, so shop while you can.

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