The Florida Keys are a group of coral islands that straddle the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico for more than 110 miles.
Stroll Down Duval Street
It can take many hours to wander along this fascinating, constantly busy boulevard, which is home to several museums, gift stores, galleries, and cafés.
Bahia Honda State Park
There are two distinct beach areas in the park: one vast stretch that faces the ocean, and another smaller one that faces the former railroad bridge.
Dry Tortugas National Park
Fort Jefferson, a large 19th-century stronghold that occupies an entire island, is also located in this lovely archipelago of seven beach-ringed islands.
Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum
This old residence of author Ernest Hemingway is situated in Key West and is a significant part of Florida's cultural past.
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park,
There is an abundance of marine life and several historic shipwrecks in Coral Reef State Park and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory
Approximately 60 species of butterflies glide freely among the habitat's lush plants at Conservatory.
You'll have the chance to study the rehabilitation of wounded sea turtles at one of the state's premier rescue centres when you visit Turtle Hospital in Marathon.
Dolphin Research Center
Visitors can learn about California sea lions and Atlantic bottlenose dolphins at the Dolphin Research Center.
National Key Deer Refuge
The endangered Key deer, a white-tailed deer subspecies native to the Florida Keys, may be found in the refuge.