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Florida Keys Beaches You can expect to find many beautiful state parks and public beaches on the Florida Keys. White sand, crystal clear blue water and beaming sunshine. With the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other your water pleasure is assured.

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South East Florida

Our Village of Islands is situated between the saltwater wilderness of Everglades National Park in one direction and North America's only coral barrier reef and the deep blue waters of the Florida Straits in the other.

Islamorada is comprised of six islands including Plantation Key, Windley Key, Upper Matecumbe Key, Lower Matecumbe Key and the offshore islands of Indian Key and Lignumvitae Key.
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Key Biscayne
Key Biscayne, Florida, a tropical island paradise just six miles off the coast of Miami, Florida, is a world-class resort community and premier vacation destination.

At the point where I95 turns into US1 and continues all the way south to Key West, is the last exit that will take the traveler across the Rickenbacker Causeway, over Virginia Key, past the Miami Seaquarium (the home of the original "Flipper"), all the way to the idyllic island of Key Biscayne.
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Key Colony Beach
Key Colony Beach is located in the Heart of the Florida Keys at mile marker 53.5 on US Highway 1 which is known locally as the Overseas Highway.

Driving south from Miami on US 1, the Keys begin about mile marker 106 in Key Largo and extend to mile marker 0 in Key West. The city, called the "Gem of the Florida Keys," is a on an island just south of the Overseas Highway connected via a causeway with a very small bridge.
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Key Largo
Key Largo, called "the first of the Florida Keys," because of its northernmost location along the Florida Keys chain, is an hour's drive from South Florida's two major airports. Yet it is a world away.

Home to two state parks, a national park, a national marine sanctuary, Key Largo boasts some of the most fascinating botanical scenery in the state.
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Key West
If you have visited us before, you are probably still talking about it and have some fond memories of a fabulous Key West Vacation at one of your favorite Key West Hotels, or of a beautiful Key West sunset, or walking down an Old Town lane and smelling the jasmine, or singing along to a popular duo at one of the famous downtown Key West bars on Duval Street.

If you have never been here before, you are in for a real treat. There is a Key West attraction for everyone. We have some of the finest saltwater fishing around, whether you are an avid fly fisherman looking for the thrill of sight casting to tarpon as they cross a beautiful, sandy flat in the Key West backcountry, or offshore doing some deep sea fishing and thinking about a fresh seafood dinner at one of our fine Key West restaurants.
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This quaint tropical city is conveniently situated in the middle of the Keys island chain.

Located mainly on Vaca, Fat Deer, and Grassy Key, Marathon is a 10 mile long family oriented island community rooted in a heritage of fishing, and reflects the old Keys lifestyle that residents, snowbirds and visitors enjoy so much.
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