Situated between the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, the Florida Keys occupy a unique geographical location whose ocean breezes keep temperatures moderate year-round. The islands are linked together by the Overseas Highway, the southernmost leg of U.S. Highway 1 that's sometimes called the Highway That Goes to Sea. A modern day wonder, in 2009 the the Overseas Highway was named an All-American Road by the National Scenic Byways program administered by the Federal Highway Administration. It is the only roadway in Florida with that designation, and only one of 30 other roadways in the nation with the prestigious title.
A Florida Keys vacation means a great getaway to one of the most unique, relaxing places on earth as well as a haven for tasty seafood cuisine. We're ready to welcome all visitors in a traditionally friendly and laid back manner.
Where to Go in Florida Keys
TOP PICKS BY OUR LOCAL EXPERTS
80051 Overseas Highway
Mile Marker 80 Oceanside
Small seaside resort
Mile Marker 47 to Mile Marker 40
World's longest segmental bridge, an icon of Marathon
85501 Overseas Highway
At the bottom of Snake Creek Bridge, a fabulously hidden locals favorite
4650 Overseas Highway
Good prices, good food, good bands, this bar and restaurant is a must-see stop in the Middle Keys.
Florida Keys Blog Posts
UPDATES FROM OUR TRAVEL TEAM
Know Before You Go: Marathon's Best Diving
Art Thrives in Islamorada
Florida Keys' clear, warm waters attract almost 800,000 scuba and snorkel aficionados annually, and there is no better destination to learn how to get “up close and personal” with the undersea environment.
The Keys’ combination of vivid coral reefs teeming with exotic sea creatures... Read more
Know Before You Go: Hurricanes
Fine arts, music and culinary nuances of the Purple Isles are growing evermore popular as a burgeoning arts and cultural district in Islamorada showcases its eclectic galleries rich with affordable, original artwork as well as offering monthly, evening walkabouts for residents and visitors to take in... Read more
Frequently Asked Questions
June 1 is the start of the 2011 hurricane season. What does that mean if you are traveling to the Florida Keys? Here are some helpful, frequently asked questions to offset any worries as you plan for travel to the Keys between June 1 and Nov. 30, the end of the season.
What... Read more