Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Basic Information About the Keys!


The Florida Keys are over 100 miles long, with a varied number of activities, entertainment, accommodations, restaurants, etc. to be enjoyed throughout the length of the islands. The local population general group the island into five areas. Each area actually includes several islands and several small communities; the flavor of each is somewhat unique.

Key Largo is closest to the mainland, the home to the world's largest artificial reef, the 510 foot USS Spiegel Grove; the John Pennekamp Coral Reef Underwater State Park and the famous Christ of the Abyss underwater statue.

Islamorada, the village of islands, is known as the "Sportfishing Capital of the World" with one of the largest fishing fleets per square mile in the world.
Marathon is in the heart of this chain of islands and offers not only easy access to all the other Keys, but it's own diverse activities, sites, and beaches.
The extensive group of islands known as the Lower Keys, includes Big Pine Key, Cudjoe Key, Sugarloaf Key and many more. Just above Key West, this group of islands are known for their natural setting and abundant wildlife.

Key West, the southernmost city in the continental United State, has the tropical flavor of the Caribbean with beautiful water, plentiful parties, historical attractions and non-stop entertainment.

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