Florida Keys Attractions

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Heading to the Florida Keys from Miami, the adventure begins well north of Key Largo and continues beyond Key West.

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Florida Keys Attractions

About 20 mile north of Key Largo, you will find the Florida Everglades and Biscayne National Park.

About 70 miles west of Key West, you’ll find the Marqueses and the Dry Totugas, home of Ft. Jefferson.

In between, you have the heart of the Florida Keys and all it’s many treasures.

Traveling the Overseas Highway from Key Largo to Key West is an adventure itself.

You will enjoy a beautiful scenic drive across numerous bridges and you will view some of the most splendid turquoise waters anywhere!

You will find plenty of adventures and attractions along this 106 mile stretch of paradise.

What do the Keys Have to Offer?

Museums, beaches, and art galleries. Coral reefs, nature preserves, and historical landmarks. Famous bars and restaurants! And much more!.

Beyond the main attractions, the Florida Keys offers exciting activities.

You can sky dive, scuba dive, and everything in between. World famous diving and fishing abound in the “Keys”.

With the world famous Florida Bay to the northeast, and the gin clear Atlantic Ocean to the southwest, visitors can find endless ways to enjoy south Florida’s best assets, sun and water!

Whether you are looking for adventure or relaxation, The Florida Keys has what you need! We look forward to seeing you.

“Play in the sand; splash in the water; get dirty; get wet. The beach is the only place my mom doesn’t get mad about me doing that stuff. Of course I love the beach!” ~ Dixie Dykens (age 5)


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