Florida Keys Must-Sees
Don snorkel gear and discover a kaleidoscope of sea life at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, America’s first underwater park, on Key Largo. Conclude your perfect day at the Fish House, famous for Key lime pie.
Sport-fishing is serious fun on the island of Islamorada, one of the best places in the United States to cast for deep-sea trophies like sailfish, tarpon and marlin.
A palm-fringed crescent of sand lapped by warm, turquoise waters draws beach-lovers to Bahia Honda State Park on Bahia Honda Key. This 524-acre park offers tropical nature trails, beachfront camping and the best beach on the Keys. Dive or snorkel with barracudas and stingrays at Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary.
Paddle the mangrove forests and backwater bays of the Great White Heron National Wildlife Refuge for a rare view of a pristine world.
The nightly sunset celebration at Mallory Square is a Key West tradition.