Lying at the end of a long string of coral islands is the most unique of all - Key West. Sometimes called "island city" for it's amazing diversity. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico, Key West has a Caribbean island feel. The island is only 2 miles by 4 miles. Covering about a third of the island is the lovely historic district with Duval Street as it's focal point. Strolling the one mile from the Atlantic Ocean to Gulf of Mexico will delight visitors with shops, galleries, restaurants and, of course, lots of bars. View a Key West Map.
Many major airlines offer flights in to the Key West International Airport (EYW). Or, you may choose to drive the scenic overseas highway. Driving time from Miami and Fort Lauderdale is four to five hours. Either way, you will understand just how remote this tiny island is.
Things to Do
With the largest coral reef in the continental United States just seven miles offshore, Key West has lots of choices for water lovers. Every evening, locals and visitors gather at Mallory Square to view the famous Key West sunset celebration. A fun way to end the day and start the evening.
Warm weather and sunshine is abundant throughout the years. Visiting during the winter months provides a welcome relief to the cold temperatures up North. And, of course, it never snows in Key West.
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