Key West is located closer to Cuba than Miami, it's Florida's subtropical paradise with palm-lined streets with gingerbread mansions and the historic seaport district which is a popular place to arrange a day in or on the water with a host of activities available.
Points of Interest
Relax and be amazed as you stroll through this tropical paradise seeing local Key West wildlife such as lizard butterflies, snakes and bugs.
Take a journey into the world of the native plants and animals of the Keys, be sure to visit the Living Reef exhibit which features a 2,500-gallon reef aquarium.
Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote here for over a decade. Get an insight into the home of one of America's most honoured and respected authors.
Fort Taylor is a perfect example of the wealth of history Florida has to offer, it's also one of the most romantic places to unwind and watch the sun set as sail boats pass by.
Offering amazing reef snorkelling, sunset sails and much more, Sebago trips are fun with experienced friendly crew.
Take this adventure through time to the era of the Key West wreckers. This museum combines actors, films and artefacts to tell the story of shipwreck salvage in the Florida Keys.