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The Florida Keys — the continental United States’ southernmost island chain — are characterized by a balmy subtropical climate, breathtaking natural beauty and a uniquely laid-back atmosphere

A 125-mile-long chain of islands that begins just south of Miami, the Florida Keys are connected by the Overseas Highway’s 42 bridges — one almost 7 miles long — over the Atlantic Ocean, Florida Bay and the Gulf of

Key Largo Overview

Key Largo — Northernmost of the Florida Keys (Mile Markers 108 to 90)

Driving from mainland Florida, visitors to the Florida Keys enter the 125-mile-long subtropical island chain at Key Largo, the longest and northernmost island in the Keys.

Islamorada Overview

Islamorada — Legendary Sport Fishing, Historic Parks, Arts and More (Mile Markers 90 to 63)

The fisherman’s paradise known as Islamorada was incorporated as a municipality in January 1998. Now called Islamorada, Village of Islands, the community that measures 20 miles long and in some

Marathon Overview

The Islands of Marathon — The Heart of the Florida Keys (Mile Markers 63 to 40)

Called the boating and family destination of the Keys, Marathon includes Boot, Knights, Hog, Vaca, Stirrup, Crawl and Little Crawl keys, East and West Sister's Island, Deer and Fat Deer keys, Long Pine and Grassy keys. It

Lower Keys Overview

Big Pine and the Lower Keys — the Natural Keys (Mile Markers 40 to 4)

For more than 60 years, the region of Big Pine Key and the Lower Keys — from the west end of the Seven Mile Bridge at Little Duck Key to Stock Island — has advocated the responsible use and preservation of the vast natural wonders

Key West Overview

Key West — Southernmost City in the Continental United States (Mile Markers 4 to 0)

Located closer to Cuba than to Miami, Key West is Florida’s independent and irreverent southernmost subtropical paradise. A unique confluence of rich history, natural beauty, cultural diversity, historic architecture and romantic appeal makes

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The Florida Keys Overseas Highway, the southernmost leg of U.S. Highway 1 that’s sometimes called the Highway That Goes to Sea, is a modern wonder. The roadway was named an All-American Road in 2009, the highest recognition possible

Every day is an adventure in the Florida Keys, where the subtropical climate and scenic natural settings create the perfect backdrop for eco-adventure activities such as exploring mangrove wilderness, tropical hardwood hammocks and rainforest

Environmental preservation is a priority in the Florida Keys. Today, Keys visitors are walking, hiking, cycling, paddling, diving and snorkeling specifically to see the natural sights on land and water.

Among the islands of Marathon in the

Advocating environmentally supportive actions is a vital element of the Florida Keys' commitment to protecting the region's natural resources. From Big Pine Key to Key West, a wide variety of positive environmental activities and attractions