Key West, Florida

Key West, FL
Photo by Roger Wollstadt/Flickr

Key West, a Florida island at the southernmost tip of the Florida Keys, was rated the #10 Best US Island for 2013 by TripAdvisor, and one of the Top 10 Beaches for 2013 by the Travel Channel.

As the southernmost point in the United States, Key West features beaches, watersports, fine dining, historic sites and an active nightlife, which are wrapped in a Caribbean setting with southern charm, clear-blue water and tropical foliage.

While on Key West, stay in a local hotel, quaint beach cottage or guesthouse, bed and breakfast, or pamper yourself with luxury accommodations at a waterfront resort or hotel.

During your stay in Key West, there are plenty of things to do. Enjoy an active lifestyle with world class fishing, dolphin watching, jet skis, parasailing, glass bottom boat tours, sunset cruises, diving and snorkeling. And when you’re ready to take in local history, visit the Old Town Historic District, the Truman Winter White House, the Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum, sites maintained by The Key West Art & Historical Society, and the Key West Firehouse Museum.

Ecotournism

Key West ecotourism is some of the best in the world, made possible by the island's beautiful Caribbean beaches and tropical foliage.

Explore the mangrove islands with a sailboat or kayak, snorkel or dive a reef, go dolphin watching, watch the sunset, and cruise to the Dry Tortugas National Park, explore an ecology-based museum, or plan an adventure at a state park. Key West is a great place to immerse yourself in nature.

Key Largo to Key West: Best of the Florida Keys

Links

City of Key West: The official website of Key West, Florida.

Wikipedia: Information about Key West, Florida.

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