In September 1622 the Spanish treasure galleon Nuestra Señora de Atocha sank in the Florida Straits southwest of Key West, where it lay until Mel Fisher’s crew discovered it in 1985. Continue
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.
Discover tips for responsibly engaging with Florida Keys marine resources while enjoying recreational boating, diving and fishing activities in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Be safe and help protect the island chain's natural resources.