Hurricane Irma can't keep the Conch Republic down. Florida Keys is teeming with culture, history, art, and lively community. As a tourist destination, some of Florida Keys great attractions include beautiful beaches, museums, theatre, sightseeing, snorkeling, golf, fishing, butterfly and nature conservatory and fine cuisine.
The Florida Keys celebrates a diverse and colorful history that is full of adventurous tales of Native American Indians, Spanish explorers, pirates, hurricanes, and shipwrecks. Offering the only living coral barrier reef in the U.S, this island archipelago lies along the Florida Strait stretching 200 miles from Biscayne Bay to the Dry Tortugas.
The 120-mile Florida Keys island chain is home to the continental United States’ only living-coral barrier reef. This teeming backbone of marine life runs the length of the Keys about five miles offshore and offers Florida Keys scuba diving vacation memories that last a lifetime.:|~|:mcontid:--:2105359:|~|:mcontclstclass:--:cluster-padding-medium cac-2105359:|~|:mcontclass:--:zpa-container ba-2105359:|~|:imgpos:--:right:|~|:handle:--:scuba-dives-and-beaches-of-the-florida-keys:|~|:descclass:--:pda-2105358:|~|:clstid:--:586543:|~|:addcrtmsg:--:Product has been added to cart