Welcome to the Florida Keys
The Keys Down Under
Drifting slightly to the southwest from the tip of the Florida Peninsula, the Florida Keys are a majestic gift of nature formed Go SEE Mobileby a centuries-old coral reef. As the waters receded over eons of time, these small islands appeared like stepping-stones into the southern waters. They now comprise one of the most diverse eco-systems in the world and provide us with a place of incomparable natural beauty.
The Gateway to the Keys, the area around Homestead and Florida City, is perched between the subtropical splendor of the Florida Everglades and cosmopolitan Miami.
Key Largo is most famous for its stunning John Pennekamp State Park where you can see the Christ of the Deep. Along with Key Largo diving, the area is well known for watersports and a kick-back-and-relax attitude.
As you travel south down A1A, you will find numerous Florida Keys hotels along the way. Islamorada, known as the "sport fishing capital of the world." Not only is the island known for Islamorada fishing, it is also home to a number of beautiful state parks where you can enjoy Florida Keys snorkeling at its best.
Marathon Florida is a sleepy fishing village that has evolved into a bustling town that is truly the "heart of the keys" with an abundance of fun family attractions where you can swim with the dolphins in Florida.
Florida Keys vacations are not complete without a stop in the Lower Keys. This area is the largest and least developed and offers abundant Florida wildlife and natural wonders.
Finally, at the end of the line eccentricity and island charm mix to create the perfect tropical getaway in Key West, Florida.
Whether you've made the trip for the excitement of Florida Keys fishing or the adventure of Florida Keys diving, you'll enjoy your stay at a variety of Florida Keys vacation rentals. It's hard to imagine the Keys being a part of the real world.