Key Largo, Florida, is best known as the first island of the Florida Keys. It is also the originating point for the Overseas Highway, which connects the Keys to the mainland. Key Largo is known for its water sports, natural exhibits and dolphin excursions. While visiting, be sure to experience the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. After a busy day in the Florida sunshine, visit the Gallery District and enjoy the paintings and sculptures.
Take the Overseas Highway to reach Key Largo or connect to the neighboring Keys. Private ferry and charter sail services are available to get you between Key Largo and the mainland. The nearest international airport is Miami International Airport (MIA), while Ocean Reef Club Airport (OCA) offers private charter plane service. A popular area for guests to visit is the Key Largo Park neighborhood.
Key Largo's weather is tropical, with warm, wet summers and moderate winters. The area sometimes experiences heavy rains and winds from tropical storms in the Gulf of Mexico. Cuisine on Key Largo is focused on freshly caught seafood from the Gulf or the Atlantic Ocean. Citrus fruits are another common part of the island's fare. The Key Largo Harbor is where most of the exciting nightlife takes place.
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