Hibiscus and bougainvillea line brick walkways that connect the 32 wood-frame bungalows and beachfront suites of this intimate and friendly, family-owned time-share resort perched at the foot of Pelican Key. The accommodations, which are under renovation at this writing, are somewhat sparsely furnished and have small bathrooms, but the balconies showcase awesome views. Definitely go for a "deluxe" room on an upper floor. The beach is rocky but good for snorkeling—and
great for sunsets.