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A Weekend Gateway To The Florida Keys 

The Florida keys is a great vacation destination, a place that used to be accessible only by boat.  Now the highways and more than 40 bridges connect the islands all the way to Key West, the furthest Island in the keys.  The longest bridge between the islands, is the seven mile bridge, along which, the drive is breathtaking!

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Anne’s Beach, Islamorada
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Approximately 1,700 islands make up the Florida Keys. It begins in Biscayne Bay, and ends at the Dry Tortugas.

The two largest islands are Key Largo and Big Pine Key. Islamorada, Marathon and Key West are smaller.

What to do in the Florida Keys?

There are plenty of things to do in the Florida Keys: Boat tours, snorkeling, fishing, jet skiing, scuba diving, paddle boarding, kayaking on the ocean or through the mangroves, feeding tarpon fish in Islamorada, watching marvelous sunsets and of course partying in Key West.

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Kayaking through the mangroves, Islamorada

If you want, feed the tarpon, and go kayaking through the mangroves, or other adventures in Islamorada check out Robbie’s . 

One of our favorite places in the Florida Keys.

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Kayaking through the mangroves, Islamorada
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Key West sunset celebration

The Florida Keys is a tropical paradise, where you can relax, have fun by the sea shore, watch impressive sunsets, visit many places and have great times, that will give you unforgettable memories.

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Morada bay, Islamorada

Truly the Florida Keys is a perfect place to enjoy the weekend. If you are planning a trip to Florida do not miss the chance to visit this paradise!

Best time to visit the Florida Keys: During the winter, when the weather is cooler. The hotels can be more expensive.

Tip: Avoid the hurricane season, from August to October.

Currency: U.S. Dollar

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