Florida Keys

If Florida is a state apart from the USA, the Keys are islands apart from Florida – in other words, it's different down here. This is a place for those escaping everyday life on the mainland. You'll find about 113 mangrove-and-sandbar islands where the white sun melts over deep green mangroves; long, soft mudflats and tidal bars; teal waters and a bunch of charming polite society castaways.

Key West is still defined by its motto – One Human Family – an ideal that equals a tolerant, accepting ethos where anything goes and life is always a party (or at least a hungover day after). The color scheme: watercolor pastels cooled by breezes on a sunset-kissed Bahamian porch. Welcome to the End of the USA.

The Florida Keys & Key West

From Key Largo to Key West, the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean, every inch of The Florida Keys is part of a 2,900 square nautical mile National Marine Sanctuary. And there’s always an opportunity for visitors to give something back and get so much more in return. For the latest protocols on health & safety in The Florida Keys, please visit our website.

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These are our favorite local haunts, touristy spots, and hidden gems throughout Florida Keys.

Top experiences

Whether it’s a guided tour of a historic landmark, private tasting of local delicacies, or an off-road adventure — explore the best experiences in Florida Keys.