The Sunshine State and Its Keys
The Sunshine State is full of beautiful beaches, a whole lot of sun and endless activities for the whole family.
The Florida Keys is a place that you cannot miss. Islamorada, Key West, the Lower Keys, Key Largo and Marathon. All of these places offer different activities and cultural experiences for everyone to enjoy.
Places to visit & Means to Reach Them
This island is located just an hour south of Miami. It is considered to be the Sport Fishing Capital of the World. Visitors can go snorkeling, fishing, scuba diving, and many other water sports. You can visit natural parks and a coral reef, the Florida Keys’ Diving Museum and marine mammal parks where you can feed the tarpons or watch amazing dolphin and sea lions shows. Islamorada is also very famous for being a wedding destination. Couples can celebrate their wedding at beautiful resorts where you can also choose to have dolphins or sea lions as part of your guests. How to get to Islamorada
Located just 90 miles away from Cuba. Key West is perhaps the most famous island out of the Florida Keys. Surrounded by beautiful beaches and historic places, this island is a must! You will be able to play any watersport you like, enjoy fantastic weather throughout the year, and discover famous spots such as the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum or the (Former) President Harry S. Truman Little White House museum. How to get to Key West
The Lower Keys
These are called The Natural Keys because of its beautiful and intact wild and marine life. You can enjoy outdoor activities, such as hiking, diving, snorkeling and kayaking. You can visit the famous National Deer Refuge, watch the stunning coral formations and if you are lucky enough to be traveling throughout the month of July, you might be able to attend the famous and unusual underwater music festival. Now, don’t forget to visit the famous beach Bahia Honda, one of the most serene and best beaches in Florida. How to get to the Lower Keys
An hour outside of Miami and nearby the Everglades, this island is the largest of the Keys. Just like in the rest of the Keys you can go snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, parasailing, swim with dolphins and even get married under water! You will be able to see the first under water preserve in Florida, the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Also famous for its beautiful beaches and for hosting the Humphrey Bogart Film Festival each year. Key Largo is a place you can’t miss. How to get to Key Largo
This island is located in the middle of the keys and it is separated from the Lower Keys on the south end of the famous Seven Mile bridge. This historic bridge was first used by the former rail system and gets its name for its great distance. Marathon, just like the rest of the keys, is a boating community where you can enjoy the great weather, golf, play with dolphins, scuba dive, snorkel and visit the wonderful beaches. You can also visit nature museums and the famous turtle hospital where you can see the turtle species and even feed them. How to get to Marathon