The first of the Florida Keys, Key Largo boasts fantastic botanical scenery, unrivalled diving and a lively nightlife. Visit the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary to enter an underwater wonderland of protected reefs and marine life.
Key West boasts palm-tree lined streets, gingerbread mansions, Spanish treasures and an ancient railroad. Take the Conch Train from Font Street to see the famous sites of Duval Street and Ernest Hemingway’s house.
Small, secluded and surrounded by aquamarine waters, you’ll enjoy glorious sunrises and sunsets and an island sensibility that lulls you to relax. Enjoy an array of activities at the Hawks Cay Resort, or simply sit back and relax by one of the five pools.
Made up of six islands all surrounded by shallow waters, Islamorada has a reputation for fantastic fishing, unbeatable snorkelling and a thriving arts scene. Celebrate the sunset every day with dancing and street music.