Are you new to the Florida Keys? Here are a few things you should know…
The Florida Keys are defined in 3 sections:
The Upper Keys
- The Upper Keys include Key Largo, Tavernier, and Islamorada.
Key Largo is the largest of the Florida Keys and is known for diving, snorkeling, and kayaking. Tavernier and Islamorada are world-famous for sport fishing.
The Middle Keys
- The Middle Keys include Marathon and the 7 Mile Bridge.
Marathon is rich with maritime and fishing heritage.
The Lower Keys
- The Lower Keys begin at Little Duck Key and include all the islands down to Key West.
Key West is the most (in)famous of all of the Florida Keys. Words can not describe the lifestyle. You’ll just have to see it for yourself!
Each Key has it’s own personality, so it’s easy to find one, or more, that fit what you are looking for.
Connecting the Keys is US1, also know as the Overseas Highway. The spectacular 127 mile drive will take you over 32 islands and 42 bridges.
The Florida Keys are home to four National Wildlife Refuges and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. The National Marine Sanctuary is home to 14 protected areas that make up the National Marine Sanctuary System. It protects 2,900 square nautical miles of waters surrounding the Florida Keys and more than 6,000 species of marine life. The third largest living coral barrier reef system in the world can be found within the sanctuary.
Technically, the Florida Keys are sub-tropical; however, they are consider by most to be tropical. You’ll find the lifestyle of any of the islands to be easy going, laid back and casual.
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