Ernest Hemingway lived on the tiny island of Key West during the 1930s, penning now-classic works that included “For Whom the Bell Tolls” and “To Have and Have Not.” Fans of adventurous living and writing are celebrating the Nobel Prize–winning author’s legacy now through Sunday, July 21, with events recalling his literary prowess and vigorous Key West lifestyle. Continue
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Plan Your Florida Keys Vacation!
Our drive-to islands are rich in arts & culture, yet if you crave the wild outdoors, our guided eco-tours, walking trails, environmental centers and a plethora of green travel initiatives will satisfy.
Anglers revel in our heart-racing, world-class sportfishing.
Paddleboarding in the Florida Keys
Stand-up paddling (SUP), or paddleboarding, is a perfect sport for fun, or to quietly enjoy our beautiful waters. Whether you participate in a secluded ecotour through backcountry flats or spend the day exploring the mangroves, SUP is an environmentally friendly way to explore the Florida Keys.