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    This chain of small islands and reefs extend c.150 miles SW from Florida in to the Florida Bay. The tip of the keys is c.90 miles north of Cuba.

    The Overseas Highway (US-1) makes commuting across the keys very easy. Infact, this has to be one of the most scenic driving tours in all of Florida. Drivers are surrounded by water all the way to the horizon on both sides of the road. This 127 mile route uses 42 bridges to island hop for over 127 miles.

    Travel along the route is measured by Mile Markers (MM) which many local motels and restaurants use for their addresses. The highway starts at MM127 south of Miami and ends in Key West at MM0.

    There are a lot of cool places to see and things to do in this area.

    Tour Key West
    The last and most exciting of the Florida Keys, Key West is actually located much closer to Cuba than to mainland Florida.

    Duval Street is to Key West what Bourbon Street is to New Orleans. And the Crowne Plaza Hotel Key West (La Concha) hotel is the perfect place to experience Duval Street and the best of Key West.

    Today’s visitors stroll along the Historic Harbor Walk overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, or a short walk to Harry S. Truman Little Whitehorse Museum and Mel Fisher Maritime Society Museum.

    If you are coming by car, follow U.S. 1, the famous Overseas Highway through the fabulous Florida Keys, to its end in America’s southernmost city.

    Explore the history of the past...browse through fascinating shops and galleries...gather to gaze at the sunset unrivaled in beauty...test your deep sea fishing prowess...The list of options to occupy your time is endless on this island drenched in charm and tradition

    Tour Key Largo Florida
    Vacation paradise and Dive Capital of the World. At 42 miles, Key Largo is the first and longest of the Florida Keys and it is linked to the mainland by the first of 42 bridges of the Overseas Highway, US-1.

    Where else can you participate in every water-sport imaginable, savor delectable seafood, or have a front row seat for spectacular sunsets?

    For vacationers who seek outdoor fun, we have it all - swimming, diving, snorkeling, fishing, boating and more. You can plan your stay with us anytime of the year and enjoy a subtropical climate with summertime temperatures year round.

    Tour Marathon
    Marathon is a marvelous family destination where sunsets and sunrises can both be enjoyed just by walking across the street. Located midway between Key West and Key Largo, it is home to the famous Seven-Mile Bridge. Because of its central location and rustic ambiance, Marathon is called The Heart of The Florida Keys.

    The tropical atmosphere affords the visitor the opportunity to experience a whole host of activities from scuba diving, scuba instruction, small boat rentals, jet skiing, snorkeling, and deep-sea fishing.

    Play on our wave runners, charter a fishing boat, or enjoy the brilliant hues of a Florida Keys sunset at the Tiki Bar. At the end of the day, relax on your own private covered balcony, while anticipating the pleasures of another beautiful day in the Florida Keys.

    Tour Coconut Grove
    A truly unique destination, Coconut Grove is a quaint, artistic village with red brick sidewalks, chic boutiques, colorful art galleries, sidewalk cafes and other interesting attractions. Local attractions include Biscayne Bayfront marinas and the elegant Villa Vizcaya Museum & Gardens.

    Tour The Upper Keys
    Famous landmarks include Islamorada, Tavernier, Indian Key, Ligumvatae Key and Long Key.

    Tour The Lower Keys
    Major wildlife refuges for Great Heron, Key Deer and marine mammals.

    Tour Biscayne National Park
    About 44 small coral islands, or keys, form a chain across the park offering excellent snorkeling and scuba diving around living coral reef. Mangrove woods line the shore and islands.

    Dry Tortugas National Park
    A clustor of seven tiny, uninhabited coral reef islands located about 70 miles west of Key West, in the Gulf of Mexico. These islands are the crowded home to thousands of nesting and migrating sea birds.

    Tour Everglades National Park
    1,398,800 acres of scenic, slow-moving, subtropical, marshy wilderness protected since 1947. Draining into Florida Bay and covered in places by tall prairie grasses and mangrove forests, this parks is best known for its rich and varied wildlife of crocodiles, alligators, manatees, ospreys, bald eagles and herons.

    Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
    The 2,800 square nautical mile Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary (FKNMS) surrounds the entire archipelago of the Florida Keys and includes the productive waters of Florida Bay, the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Cultural resources are also contained within the sanctuary. The proximity of coral reefs to centuries old shipping routes has resulted in a high concentration of shipwrecks and an abundance of artifacts. The Sanctuary includes three major habitats - coral reef, mangroves and seagrasses.

    Fort Zachary Taylor - Key West
    Located off Southard St. is this Union Army fort that served as a Civil War stronghold. Recent excavations have uncovered a hidden arsenal. Largest collection of Civil War cannons.

    Key West Aquarium - Mallory Square
    The aquarium is exhibits marine life native to the Florida Key waters and dates back to the early 1930's. The Aquarium features a wide variety of fish including grouper, moray eels, barracuda, tropical fish, tarpon, sharks, parrotfish and much, much more. During your tour, you will even be able to pet a live shark! Also see turtles and exotic birds.

    Pennekamp Coral Reef - Key Largo
    This state park preserves both land area and an extensive 178 nauticle miles of undersea coral reef area. Park features include dive sites, boat tours, mangrove boardwalk, aqarium and visitors center.

    Crane Point Hammock - Marathon FL
    Collection of historic sites, museums, childrens center, wildlife habitat and nature trails and recreated 600-foot coral reef cave.

    Homestead - Miami Motorsports Complex
    Auto-racing and motorsports events throughout the year including the Grand Prix of Miami sometime in late February.

    National Key Deer Refuge - Big Pine Key
    8,500 acre preserve established in 1957 to protect the endangered Key Deer located mostly on Big Pine Key and No Name Key. Refuge is home to the imperiled tropical hardwood hammock habitat and 22 federally listed endangered and threatened species of plants and animals, five of which are found nowhere else in the world.

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