Tony Bennett sang that he left his heart in San Francisco.
I left mine in the Florida Keys.
The chain of islands – 120 miles of land connected by 42 bridges, including the 7-Mile Bridge - is a wealth of natural and cultural wonders. Beginning in Key Largo, the diving capital of the world, continuing to Islamorada, home to the most salt-water fishing records, Marathon, known for its boating and family activities, Big Pine and the Lower Keys, the “natural Keys” and ending in Key West, the cultural capital of the Keys and the southernmost point in the continental United States, the Keys offer something for everyone.
For foodies, the local cuisine offers an array of fish and seafood harvested from local waters.
For those looking for health and wellness, relax on island time.
Throughout the Keys, you can immerse yourself in
eco-experiences. You can discover the islands’ unique
environment through eco-travel experiences, paddleboard treks,
explorations of wildlife refuges and rehabilitation centers,
soft-adventure activities and visits to environmental attractions.
There are opportunities for volunteer and learning vacations
throughout the Keys, from cleaning up the beaches to planting
coral. There is always something to be done.
Make your own connection with the Florida Keys.
You'll leave your heart there, too.