- Gorgeous coral reefs
- Spectacular beaches
- Beautiful turquoise waters
Lying roughly 90 miles north of Cuba, Key West is a U.S. island city and part of the Florida Keys archipelago. Famed for its pastel-hued, conch style houses, spectacular beaches, gorgeous coral reefs, Key West is a cruise-ship stop that is also accessible from the mainland via the Overseas Highway.
Go snorkeling or scuba diving in gorgeous turquoise waters, stand at the southernmost point in America (not including Hawaii), and visit Hemingway’s home for nearly a decade. At Blue Heaven, taste test pineapple pancakes, lobster Benedict and fresh-baked banana bread for breakfast, or try the famous sandwiches at Sloppy Joe’s, a landmark that is surprisingly not a tourist trap.
Cruise the gorgeous turquoise waters of Key West and the outlying islands on your yacht charter, and don’t forget to Champagne toast at sunset.
Best Time to Visit:
March to May