Tucked away in a protected ocean cove in sleepy Islamorada you'll find Hog Heaven, the hottest late night spot in the Upper Keys. By day, Hog Heaven masquerades as a relaxed sports bar with some of the freshest seafood in town, a happy hour that can't be beat and with 17 flat-screen tvs you can be sure that most every game will be playing day or night. With both indoor and outdoor bars and dining, Hog Heaven is the perfect spot to unwind or recharge ... whatever the case may be.
The 2 hour, 26 mile guided wave runner adventure here is as good as it gets and includes snorkeling, sandbar stops, exploring mangrove tunnels, an ultra-cool slalom course, free riding and more. There's also customized self guided tours by boat to all the best spots for underwater encounters, fishing, partying or easy cruising. Kayaks and fully equipped pontoon and deck boats also available.
Ultramodern and minimalist by design, our upscale accommodations offer an uncluttered, tropical style unique in a town of chintz and lace. A Key West Inn known as much for its healthy and hearty fresh fruit breakfast, as the daring color palette of cool blues and crisp whites.A work of art in its own right, Azul Key West was built by shipwrights and carpenters for one of the island’s premier cigar barons in its Victorian heyday. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This tiny island once housed the largest population between St. Augustine and Key West and was also home to one of the Keys' most lucrative ship wrecking empires. In 1840, Indian warriors burned all the structures and killed most of the residents. Accessible only by boat, it's a fantastic spot to swim, kayak and hike. Boat shuttle and kayak rentals available from Robbie's Marina at MM 77.5 Bayside.
Originally constructed in 1890 as naval officers housing, this historical compound became the winter White House for President Harry S. Truman who spent 175 days of his Presidency here from 1946 to 1952. It has also been used by six other Presidents including William Howard Taft, Dwight D. Eisenhower. John F. Kennedy, Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton. Tours take place every 15 - 20 minutes throughout the day.
The legendary Mel Fisher and his team of treasure hunters come to life at this fascinating maritime museum that displays a bounty of precious loot salvaged from the Spanish Galleon, Atocha, which sunk off of Key West over 400 years ago. Treasure coins, gold, emeralds, swords and more are all on display here along with special historical exhibits that explore maritime history.