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The Florida Keys are often called the American Caribbean, and for good reason. With balmy temperatures, pollution-free blue skies, bath-like turquoise waters and the only coral reef on mainland United States, there is much to enjoy. Unwind on the beach, party up a storm island-style and enjoy some watery eco-pursuits out on the waves.
The Florida Keys are an island chain at the southern tip of Florida, stretching over 100 miles into the Gulf of Mexico. At the furthest point from the mainland is the small but lively Key West, one of the most popular holiday hotspots.
For something more laid-back, try Key Largo, where you can explore the John Pennekamp State Park, or Islamorada, famed for its sport-fishing. In the middle of the islands is Marathon, home to many excellent holiday resorts. Off-the-beaten-track, Big Pine Key is the place to head for eco-pursuits and a truly relaxed vibe.
A holiday in Florida Keys means you can do as much or as little you like. Relax by the pool with a cocktail in hand, soak up the rays on a private island resort, or hire a boat and bob on the gently rippling sea. The waters surrounding the islands protected by the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and the reefs are thriving.
Scuba diving here is first-class, and there are plenty of tours that will take you out to the best diving and snorkelling spots. Sport-fishing is big business, too, and you can book yourself on many eco-activities. You could also kayak to historic lighthouses, explore the Dry Tortugas National Park and Fort Jefferson or spend a day boating.
When you’re completely waterlogged, dry off on land. Discover museums such as Ernest Hemingway’s House, funky festivals and rustic restaurants serving fresh seafood. Walk the original ocean railroad, drive the 100-mile long Overseas Highway and while away evenings watching the sunset on the beach or at the daily Sunset Celebration in Mallory Square.
Holidays to Florida Keys come in all shapes are sizes. Choose from hotels big and small, luxury or budget, secluded or in thick of the action and enjoy some escapism from the real world.
Situated in Key West, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden and within 3 mi (5 km) of Key West Art and Historical Society and Smathers Beach. Key West Golf Club and Fort East Martello Museum and Gallery are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Situated on the waterfront, this romantic resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Key West, Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, and Audubon House and Tropical Gardens. Smathers Beach and Mallory Square are also within 3 mi (5 km).
A 3-minute drive from Key West Airport and 10 minutes from Old Town, Fairfield Inn and Suites Key West offers easy access to attractions like Duval Street, Mallory Square, and the Hemingway Home and Museum. Getting from A to B is as simple as hopping on the Old Town Trolley in front of the hotel.
Located on the Atlantic side of Island and just minutes from the Key West Art Society and Historical Downtown. Nearby points of interest include Smathers Beach, East Martello museum, White Street Pier.
This Key West historical district hotel is 2 blocks from Southernmost Point. Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, and Key West Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters Museum are both a half-mile away.
This waterfront resort sits on 1/4 mile of tropical waterfront in the heart of the Florida Keys. Close to Long Key State Park and Dolphin Research Center.
Nestled on the beach, this Islamorada resort is within a 15-minute walk of Matecumbe United Methodist Church and Hurricane Monument. Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park and History of Diving Museum are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Located within minutes of Old Town, the Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum, Mallory Square, Duval Street shops, restaurants, and nightlife.