Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are a group of coral islands that are located south of Miami and span more than 110 miles between the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico.

Stroll Down Duval Street

Duval Street, which runs from Mallory Square on the Gulf coast down to the Southernmost Point marker on the Atlantic, is a street that is one and a half miles long.

Beach at Bahia Honda State Park

Unquestionably the greatest beach in the Keys and one of Florida's most gorgeous beaches can be found at Bahia Honda State Park.

Dry Tortugas National Park and Fort 

Fort Jefferson, a large 19th-century stronghold that occupies an entire island, is also located in this lovely archipelago of seven beach-ringed islands.

Coral Reef State Park

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, are home to a wealth of marine life .

Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory

You have the opportunity to stroll a glass-enclosed conservatory where approximately 60 kinds of butterflies live.

Turtle Hospital

At one of the best rescue facilities in the state, the Turtle Hospital in Marathon offers you the chance to learn about the procedure for treating wounded sea turtles.

Dolphin Research Center

The Dolphin Research Center allows visitors to learn about Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions.

Lighthouse and Keepers Quarters

It was constructed in 1848 and put into storage in 1969, is now among the most popular tourist destinations in the city.

City of Marathon

The commercial and sportfishing hub of the Middle Keys is the City of Marathon. Charters for deep-sea, reef, and flats fishing may be easily booked from here.