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Casa Marina Resort

Casa Marina Resort

in Reservations, Accommodations

Since welcoming our first guests on New Year’s Eve in 1920, Casa Marina, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, has remained a landmark of the grace, charm and tranquility of Old Key West. Enjoy a luxury escape where lush green lawns meet the Atlantic surf on Key West’s largest private beach. Visit our Key West “house by the sea,” a palm tree-framed enclave only steps from the colorful shops, restaurants and attractions of famed Duval Street.

SOUTHERNMOST POINT MONUMENT

SOUTHERNMOST POINT MONUMENT

in Historic

"The most photographed icon in the Keys" does, indeed, provide a true "Kodak Moment" for virtually everyone who visits here. The largert h a n - l i f e buoy commemorates the southernmost spot in the continental U.S and stands next to a plaque memorializing the Cuban refugees who drowned in their attempts to reach America which lies just 90 miles from their native homeland.

Schooner America 2.0

Schooner America 2.0

in Recreational Sport

This elegant 105' carbon-fiber gaff-rigged schooner, with a spacious 25' beam and 3,600 sq. feet of billowing white sails, sets a daily course for a Mimosa Morning Sail, Classic Day Sail, romantic Sunset Sail and brilliant Full Moon and Stargazer Sails. It also sets a stunning stage for special celebrations for up to 75 guests. FYI: Get $5 off when you book direct and use Promo Code TRAV5

90 Miles to Cuba

90 Miles to Cuba

in Art, Antiques

Features 'Key West of Old' art by Linda Reike. Art & nautical antiques, handmade modern & antique jewelry, selected books, original & reproduction graphic art and antique postcards of Key West & Cuba. We are located in the Historic Seaport District of Key West, Florida. Our business hours are noon to 5pm, more or less, Thursday through Sunday.

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The Real Deal

The Real Deal

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The Conch Republic’s Only True Coin

For those of us who are lucky enough to live here in the beautiful, subtropical Florida Keys, we are lucky enough indeed! Connected by 43  bridges --- one almost seven miles long ---  our necklace  of tiny islands begins just south of Miami, and hopscotches over the Atlantic Ocean, Florida Bay and Gulf of Mexico.  These islands are paralleled by North America's only living contiguous coral barrier reef and the waters surrounding our spectacular island chain have been designated as the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary---over 2,800 square nautical miles of protected water teeming with sealife and shipwrecks.


We have five fascinating regions here, including Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, Big Pine/Lower Keys and Key West.  In addition to world class fishing, diving and boating, our islands are also rich with art galleries, museums, historic attractions and artists' studios, as well as highly acclaimed theatrical and musical performances. It's not just these characteristics and attractions, however, that will capture your heart and soul.  It's also the way we look at life and embrace our official island philosophy of One Human Family, which reflects our respect for diversity and inclusion of all people.


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