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There's no better way to experience the Florida Keys than at The Islands of Islamorada, a private resort community 90 minutes from Miami International Airport. Choose from four oceanfront villas in the Inspirato Collection: Albright, Arbor, Palomar, and Halyard. These four-bedroom retreats are just steps away from the ocean or pool. Book a soothing spa treatment, relax on the private beach, or enjoy a day on the water. Head north along the Keys and you’ll find Baker’s Cay Resort—a 15-acre sanctuary sitting on Key Largo, just steps away from the sandy beach and turquoise waters of the Florida Bay.
Known for an abundance of world-class recreational activities ranging from fishing and boating to snorkeling and scuba diving, the beautiful beaches and turquoise waters of the Florida Keys are easily accessible from Miami. Consistent temperatures make the chain of islands a popular vacation spot year-round, and many visitors return to the tropical islands again and again. Don't miss unique attractions such as Dry Tortugas National Park, the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, or quirky Duval Street, and be sure to stop for a picture by the marker designating the southernmost point in the continental United States.
Ernest Hemingway lived in this beautiful home in Old Town Key West for more than 10 years. Visit the rooms and gardens and meet the polydactyl (six-toed) cats, some of which are descendants of the author's original feline.
Accessible only by boat or seaplane, Dry Tortugas National Park sits about 70 miles west of Key West. The park is home to the historic Fort Jefferson, a coral reef filled with tropical fish, and five species of sea turtles.
Running 1.25 miles across Key West from north to south, Duval Street is known for its shops, restaurants, and nightlife. You'll also find family-friendly attractions like an aquarium, maritime museum, and conservatory.
The Overseas Highway connects all of the islands in the Florida Keys. Spanning more than 100 miles with 42 bridges (including the Seven Mile Bridge), it's worth a drive for the sunrises, sunsets, and unparalleled ocean views.
All of the islands offer water activities thanks to an abundance of coral reefs and shipwrecks. If it's your first time, Islamorada and Marathon are great starting points. For deeper dives, head to Key Largo.
Anglers come from far and wide to fish in the waters around the Keys. Drop a line from an old railroad bridge, book a charter for deep sea fishing, or go fly-fishing on the flats—there's something for everyone.
The weather in the Florida Keys is consistently warm year-round, thanks to its location near the Gulf Stream and Gulf of Mexico. Regardless of the season, temperatures during the day are typically in the 70s and 80s and rarely drop below the mid-60s at night.