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About Florida Keys

While all the Florida Keys serve up a high dose of tropical leisure, each has its own personality and flavor. The Florida Keys are a wonderful vacation spot for families in search of a little relaxation or adventure. Enjoy Key Largo’s reputation as the dive capital of the world; Islamorada’s spectacular fishing; Marathon’s family friendly beaches; Big Pine Key and the Lower Keys' slowed pace and natural playground; and the unforgettable Key West, the Southernmost city in the continental U.S. and playground to Presidents, authors, and a number of bon vivants. And each has it's own unique offering of Florida Keys oceanfront vacation rentals to choose from. For families visiting the Florida Keys, vacation rentals by owner offer the maximum amount of space and privacy for the price.

Things to Do

Decide what sorts of fun in the sun you enjoy best and there’s a Key for that. If sports fishing and boating interests you, spend some time on Islamorada and take a dip in the Gulf Stream. If you wonder what inspired one of America’s top writers, don’t miss Key West and the historic Hemingway House. While you’re there, check out the descendants of his famous six-toed cats. No matter which Key you choose, the water is a draw around all of them. The crystalline blue surrounding these islands makes a drive up Highway 1 a spectacular way to spend some time, particularly if you’re in a convertible.

​The Keys have plenty of fun things to do for every activity level. Families who enjoy the outdoors can take advantage of the wide availability of Florida Keys condo rentals and stay right on the beach!
  • Fishing enthusiasts visiting the Florida Keys will be very excited to hear that Islamorada is known as the sport fishing capital of the world, offering a variety of game fish.
  • Water sports are also very popular in the Keys. Hang gliding, parasailing, kayaking, and paddle boarding are great choices for adventurous families.
  • Swimming with dolphins is a unique experience that every tourist of the Florida Keys should try! Through Dolphins Plus in Key Largo, visitors can go on a structured or natural swim with the dolphins or visit the sea lions through the Sea Lion Encounters program. In Islamorada, Theater of the Sea offers a wonderful opportunity to swim with dolphins, sea lions, and rays. Kids will have a blast learning about these delightful creatures.


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Top 10 Activities in Florida Keys

Top 10 Activities in Florida Keys
Whether you prefer swimming, fishing, or sunning, there’s no shortage of things to do in the Florida Keys. Read on for the top 10 activities on these tropical islands.

Seven Mile Bridge

To get to the Florida Keys, you’ll have to traverse the Seven Mile Bridge, which is an attraction in its own right. For nearly seven miles, this bridge travels over the ocean, connecting the Middle Keys to the Lower Keys and providing travelers with stunning views.

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, the first underwater park in the U.S., offers a fascinating look under the surface of the Keys. Snorkel or scuba dive to get up close and personal with the reefs, or book a glass bottom boat tour to gaze from above. The admission fee is $8 per car, and there’s an extra charge for tours.

Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park

Though it’s only accessible by private boat, this secluded island is worth a visit, since it ...

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Three Day Itinerary: Florida Keys

Three Day Itinerary: Florida Keys
The Florida Keys are an island archipelago off of Florida's southeast coast. Though the Keys include more than 1,700 islands, most are unpopulated, and only 43 are connected by bridge. The Keys enjoy warm tropical weather year-round, but are very exposed to hurricanes and tropical cyclones. The best time to visit is between March and May, before hurricane season commences on June 1. Weather permitting, a diverse array of historic and natural highlights await you throughout the year.

Day 1: Culture and History in Key West

Begin your visit at one of Key West's most famous sites. Take a 30-minute tour of the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, and see where the celebrated author penned many of his great works. Around 40 to 50 six-toed cats also live on the property, exhibiting the same polydactyl trait that distinguished Hemingway's own cat.

Explore more of Key West's history at the Harry S. Truman Little White House. The building originally served as a ...

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