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The Florida Keys and Key West is a 150 mile long string of Islands connected to South Florida by the scenic Overseas Highway; a road that suspends the traveller in a place that bridges the gap between sea and sky. In the Florida Keys you are a world away from the theme parks of central Florida, in a place that envelopes you with its warmth and beauty and grants you permission to shed the worries of the real world you just left behind!

The turquoise blue water that surrounds Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, Big Pine Key and Key West is a treasure trove both above and below. Divers and snorkeler’s splash down into the only living coral reef in North America to discover nature’s idea of an aquarium, while fishermen anticipate the challenge of catching their dinner and kite surfers await the caress of the light trade winds.

On land discover the art galleries, independently owned cafes, varied museums or just sit and relax in the abundant sunshine and recharge your batteries. Then celebrate the setting of the sun each night, at any time of year, by enjoying a cocktail or two, the local live music, authentic diverse cuisine and lively atmosphere.

The Florida Keys and Key West has welcomed travellers for hundreds of years giving safe harbours to explorers, pirates, rum runners and now tourists. Whichever category you fall into we invite you to discover the Conch Republic and most importantly ‘Come As You Are’!

Top 5 Experiences

  • Go snorkelling at the John Pennekamp State Park in Key Largo, the first undersea park in the U.S., and discover famous dive sites including Christ of the Abyss and the 510 foot U.S.S. Spiegel Grove.
  • Make Key Largo your ‘base camp’ for exploring Florida’s Everglades National Park, the only ecosystem of its kind in the world.
  • Eat Key Lime Pie – No trip to the Florida Keys would be complete without trying its signature dish. Key Lime Pie was just named one of the Top 10 Iconic American Foods by USA Today (and the only dessert on the list).
  • Drive the Overseas Highway in a convertible – This All American Road is connected by 42 bridges including the famous Seven Mile Bridge and is consistently voted one of the Top 10 Most Scenic Routes in the U.S.
  • Take a picture at the Southernmost Point concrete buoy – Only 90 miles to Cuba, the Southernmost Point in the continental US is also one of the most photographed spots.

Sightseeing & Tours

  • Key West Ship Wreck Treasure Museum – Step back into 1851 and discover the treacherous world of shipwrecking and how it made Key West the richest city in the United States. From £9pp.
  • Champagne Celebration Sunset Cruise – Get out on Key West's beautiful Atlantic waters to sip a glass of champagne while enjoying the wonderful Key West sunsets. From £50pp.

Key Attractions

  • Overseas Highway
  • Sunsets over Mallory Square
  • Snorkelling at John Pennekamp State Park
  • Everglades National Park
  • Dry Tortugas National Park
  • Bahia Honda State Park