Situated on the waterfront, this hotel is 0.9 mi (1.4 km) from Dolphins Plus and within 3 mi (5 km) of Bluefin Rock Harbor Marina and Dolphins Plus Bayside. ...
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, ...
Located in the heart of Key West, this hotel is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) from Key West Golf Club and within 3 mi (5 km) of Key West Art and Historical Society and Smathers ...
Looking out over the Straits of Florida towards Cuba, this upscale resort places guests a 3-minute drive from downtown Key West. The Ernest Hemingway Home & ...
The Florida Keys is a 126-mile cluster of islands nested along the edge of Florida. And when it comes to beach vacations, you'd be hard-pressed to find a more affordable escape. Whether you're a Hemmingway buff, or exploring the treasures of the deep in Key Largo, the laidback vibe will follow you wherever you go.
With CheapTickets on your guide, the toughest part about your Florida Keys vacation will be deciding where to park your beach umbrella.
Individuals interested in Florida Keys vacations can expect a mild tropical climate. Annual temperatures range in the low 70sF to high 80sF. Summertime in the Florida Keys is usually a few degrees cooler than the rest of Florida. People take vacations to the Florida Keys year-round. Visitors can travel to the area December through March to enjoy the 70 degree temperatures. Rain is most likely to fall between May and October. Hurricanes are rare in the Keys. When visiting the Everglades, remember that the dry, cool season is December to April, and the wet, warm season from May to November.
Have a fine learning and interactive experience at the Dolphin Research Center in Marathon in the Florida Keys.
Visit the unique Turtle Hospital in Marathon, and get a chance to learn how turtles are nursed at the hospital.
The Theater of the Sea in Islamorada is a marine-life park that visitors can come to for an up close experience with different animals during your Florida Keys travel.
Take a boat tour at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, the unique underwater park in Key Largo.
Appease your seafood cravings at the Flamingo Seafood Restaurant at Key Largo.
The premier destination in the Florida Keys for snorkeling, swimming and lounging in the sun, Key Largo is tropical luxury that doesn't need to carry a luxury price tag. Make time to explore the historic underwater park, or take a glass-bottom boat tour.
If you're after a bit of history on your Florida Keys travels, lace up your hiking boots and get trekking along the Pelican Path. The path takes you to 50 of the most important historical buildings in Old Town Key West, without costing you a dime.
With the sun kissing your cheeks and the salty air blowing through your hair, you can't help feeling inspired standing at the southernmost point in North America. All for zero bucks, this is a must on your Florida Keys travels.
If you're looking for some peace and serenity during your Florida Keys vacation, step into the wilderness at the only frost-free tropical forest in the continental US. This stunning Key West secret is totally free and well worth a visit.
Ecotourism is becoming big business in Florida Keys. Take a lesson in nature as you wander through the Wild Bird Center, located in Tavernier. Packed full of info on local wildlife, this free center plays host to stunning wild birds being nursed back to health.
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