Florida Keys – Keys Travel Information – Hotels Fishing Diving Attractions
Key Largo, where the highway jumps onto the Florida Keys and becomes the Overseas Highway. You’ve now officially left the mainland behind, and you’re headed into Paradise. Here you’ll find the spectacular underwater marine park known worldwide, John Pennkamp Coral Reef State Park. Divers know this is one of the world’s best dive spots, with crystalline waters and living coral reef just offshore. No diver can resist the perfect conditions created by the nearby Gulf Stream. Dive shops and resorts with their colorful red dive flags remind you that scuba is king here, and the reef is just minutes away by boat.
Islamorada – Down the road from Key Largo you’ll find yourself entering the Sportfishing Capital of the world, Islamorada. This group of islands is a wonderland for anglers, with miles and miles of backcountry flats on the bayside, and the coral reef out on the oceanside. Local guides will whisk you to the choicest spots to catch your choice of sportfish for an exciting day of sportfishing. Pole along the flats or zip out beyond the reef, whatever your delight. This village of islands caters to every whim of the sport fisherman, so let the sky be your limit
Marathon is the grand buffet for vacationers seeking a little taste of everything the Florida Keys have to offer. It’s home to the best beach in America, at Bahia Honda State Park, and the world-famous Seven-Mile Bridge. Fiesta Key offers unbeatable camping spots on the water, and of course, there are scores of local fishing guides ready to take you on the best fishing trip of your life. Activities galore here in Marathon, from dolphin attractions to Sombrero Beach and of course the magnificent reef is still just a short boat ride away. Land or shore, Marathon offers tropical fun for everyone who visits.
Big Pine Key
Big Pine Key– Press on deeper in the Keys and you’ll be rewarded with pine trees, wild deer, and perfect tranquility. This is Big Pine Key and the Lower Keys, a world away from modern life. Signs of human activity begin to thin out as you enter the Lower Keys, and you can’t help but breathe a long peaceful sigh as you relax fully into the natural surroundings. Explore the pine forests via bicycle trails and search for key deer. Big Pine and the Lower Keys are the Florida Keys’ offering all those vacationers out there seeking an oasis of natural surroundings.
Key West – If you’ve made it this far south to the Conch Republic, you’ve truly entered the heart of Paradise. Everything happens here, and there’s so much to do you’ll consider coming back! By land or by sea, Key West is the heart of activity, but you can choose to mellow out on the beach and do nothing at all.