If you’re craving the rest and relaxation that comes with an island lifestyle, there’s no better place to visit than the remote tropical paradise in the Florida Keys.
Located about 70 miles west of Key West, Dry Tortugas is one of the most unique national parks in the country.
Legendary American writer Ernest Hemingway once called Key West home and wrote many novels on the island.
According to local legend, the recipe was invented with the tart island limes in the 1890s by a woman known as “Aunt Sally.”
Indian Key was a small community center built to serve the people who made a career out of salvage operations.
Several tour companies will take guests on a trip around the island to tell stories of the city’s darker history. You can even opt for the Trolley Ghost Tour.
There’s no better place to snorkel in the lower 50 states than the Florida Keys!
There are two different museums dedicated to the vessels that went down near the Florida Keys.