Key West, Florida is paradise. Just 90 miles of Cuba, the subtropical island of Key West is a wonderful place to visit. Filled with fun things to do for the whole family – Snorkeling America’s only living Coral Reef, world-class Fishing, the famous Key West sunset and quirky Island Tours – “the end of the road” doesn’t get any better than this.
Things To Do
There is SO much to do in Key West. Attractions include Caribbean-style mansions where Key West’s famous literary & arts heritage was crafted, Tours through our historic seaside tradition, aquarium & nature centers, awe-inspiring maritime museums, and even thrilling Airplane Rides or Scuba Diving for the most adventurous. See what brings back visitors again and again to the small but wonderous island destination of Key West!
Get On The Water
What’s the best part of Key West? For most of us it’s the water! It’s easy to get out, in and on the water in Key West. Try a day of All-Inclusive Watersports. Or, take it a little more laid-back with an Eco Tour. For that once-in-a-lifetime experience take a trip to the renowned Dry Tortugas to enjoy snorkeling and swimming off the spectacular beaches of Fort Jefferson. And whatever you do be sure to take in Key West famed tropical sunset from the vantage point of the water aboard one of our top-rated Key West Sunset Cruises. As the popular islander greeting goes, “What’s not to like?”
Our Biking & Walking Tours are great ways to get to know Key West. And for those who’d rather not walk, CoolKeyWest.com will help you rent Scooters, Electric Cars, or Bicycles. Whatever your pleasure, when it comes to getting around Key West, we’ll get you where you’re going!
No Key West trip is complete without a visit to the Southernmost Point in the United States for a snapshot or two at “The Most Photographed Landmark in the USA”. Also not to be missed is our island’s Sunset Celebration, nightly at Mallory Square—a festival of culture and craft and performance art and one of Key West’s premier attractions. During the daytime, Fort Zachary Taylor State Park is wonderful and relaxing way to spend a morning, midday, or afternoon (and another great spot to catch that famous Key West sunset). How about a ride aboard one of our island’s smooth running Conch Trains or Trolleys? Spend any length of time here and you will quickly find there is always something new to do and discover in Key West!
There are any number of wonderful Key West Hotels & Motels along with unique and intimate Guest Houses, Bed & Breakfasts, and Inns just minutes from the shopping and dining on Duval Street …or any spot for that matter. Our accommodations are perfect for people on the move, and many have continental breakfast, pool, hot tub, restaurant, tiki bar and on-site parking. For a step up, Key West has no shortage of luxury Resorts with exceptional settings and amenities.