The Florida Keys Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Florida Keys - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Key West 23


New Town 5

Old Town 18

Islamorada 11

Key Largo 6

Marathon 5

Long Key 4

Dry Tortugas National Park 3

Grassy Key 2

Bahia Honda Key 2

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Smathers Beach

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This wide beach has nearly 1 mile of nice white sand, plus beautiful coconut palms, picnic areas, and volleyball courts, all of which...

Sombrero Beach

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No doubt one of the best beaches in the Keys, here you'll find pleasant, shaded picnic areas that overlook a coconut palm–lined grassy...

South Beach

  • Beach–Sight

On the Atlantic, this stretch of sand, also known as City Beach, is popular with travelers staying at nearby motels. It is now part of...

The Southernmost Point

  • Beach–Sight

Possibly the most photographed site in Key West (even though the actual geographic southernmost point in the continental United States...

The Turtle Hospital

  • Educational Institution

More than 100 injured sea turtles check in here every year. The 90-minute guided tours take you into recovery and surgical areas at the...

Theater of the Sea

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The second-oldest marine-mammal center in the world doesn't attempt to compete with more modern, more expensive parks. Even so, it's...

Upper Matecumbe Key

  • Island

This was one of the first of the Upper Keys to be permanently settled. Early homesteaders were so successful at growing pineapples in...

Windley Key

  • Island

This is the highest point in the Keys, though at 16 feet above sea level it's not likely to give anyone altitude sickness. Originally...

Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

The fossilized-coral reef, dating back about 125,000 years, demonstrates that the Florida Keys were once beneath the ocean. Excavation...

Yankee Freedom III

  • Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train)

The fast, sleek, 110-foot catamaran Yankee Freedom III travels to the Dry Tortugas in 2¼ hours. The time passes quickly on the roomy...


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