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Bahia Honda Key
Bahia Honda Key Photos Located at MM 37, just five miles north of Big Pine Key, is beautiful Bahia Honda State Park. The Keys are known for their beautiful beaches, magnificent sunsets, and excellent snorkeling and diving, and you can enjoy all that and more at Bahia Honda State Park.
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Big Pine Key
Big Pine Key Photos Big Pine Key is the ideal place for this, a little less crowded and more natural than some of the other Keys. Big Pine Key, considered the start of the "Lower Keys," starts at MM 33 just a short distance past the famous Seven Mile Bridge, where the Keys take that gentle westerly turn.
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Islamorada
Islamorada Photos Islamorada has a reputation as the Sport Fishing Capital of the World, and it's well-earned. Here you'll find several extremely skilled recreational fishing captains. Islamorada is also known as a place where you can swim with dolphins.
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John Pennekamp State Park
John Pennekamp State Park Photos Over a million people come from around the world to enjoy the water, trails and camping facilities. Activities around the park include camping, fishing, swimming, picnicking, canoeing, kayaking, snorkeling, diving, and glass bottom boat tours.
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Key Largo
Key Largo Photos The warm, crystal clear water attracts those who enjoy sport fishing, and the thousands of scuba divers and snorkelers who give Key Largo the moniker "Diving Capital of the World."
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Long Key State Park
Long Key State Park Photos A lot fun things to do at the park, of course, revolve around the water. There are designated areas where one can snorkel, swim, or fish. Fishing in the Keys is a popular year-round sport, and this area is known for its spectacular bonefishing.
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Robbie's Marina
Robbie's Marina Photos Robbie's Marina, where they sell bait for feeding swarms of tarpon that hang around the docks, is popular with locals and visitors alike. This is also the hub for marine activities. Go on one of their tours, rent a boat for yourself, or hire a guide to take you backcountry or patch reef fishing.
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Duval Street & Mallory Square Area in Key West
View Duval Street & Mallory Square Area Image Gallery Duval Street, Mallory Square and the Historic Area are popular with Key West Visitors. Visit Sloppy Joe's where Hemingway frequently warmed a bar stool or walk around and view the art galleries and eclectic shops.
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Ernest Hemingway Home, Key West
View Ernest Hemingway Home Image Gallery At the Ernest Hemingway Home you'll see how a great American literary icon lived. Beautiful landscaping, six toed cats, a unique drinking fountain and more make it worth visiting.
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Key West Beaches
View Key West Beaches Image Gallery Smathers Beach is the longest, and one of the best-known beaches in Key West.
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Key West Bight
Key West Bight Photos The Key West Historic Seaport and Key West Bight Marina are nestled in the middle of Old Town, or the historic district, steps from Mallory Square. This twenty acre facility has restaurants, open air bars, museums, boutiques, bait shops, markets, dive shops and more.
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