Florida Keys is a chain of palm-lined islands stretching off the coast of mainland USA, into the Gulf of Mexico. Long known as a tropical escape, visitors keep coming back for the area’s powder-fine beaches, azure seas, and live entertainment.

    Throughout the day, you can take to the water to enjoy dolphin viewing and big-game fishing, or simply go for a dip to cool off. You can learn about the local heritage of Florida Keys at top landmarks such as Audubon House and Tropical Gardens, Mallory Square, and the Ernest Hemingway House. Come evening, head to the many beach bars, live music joints, and theatres to party through the night.

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    • Key West

      Key West is the southernmost point of the US and the westernmost island of the Florida Keys. The city occupies an entire island along with portions of surrounding islands; its land area totals around 6 square miles. US Route 1 and Florida State Road A1A both end in Key West.

      Key West offers a variety of water activities, including deep-sea fishing, dolphin-watching, and scuba diving. On land, Key West is known for its colorful nightlife and bar scene. Among the historic landmarks found in Key West are the Ernest Hemingway House and President Harry S. Truman's Little White House.

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