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Which Key is Right For Me?

Still in the early stages of planning your vacation? You might be asking yourself “Which of the islands is best for the things I’d like to do?” Well, we’re here to help you navigate all that the Florida Keys has to offer. There’s something for everyone, whether you’d prefer to relax beachside or take to the seas for world-famous sportfishing.

Key Largo

For those keen on exploring, diving or snorkeling the only living coral reef in North America is a must. Fortunately, Key Largo is home to John Pennekamp State Park. Board their boat and within minutes you’ll be delving below water for an unforgettable view of this majestic habitat. If you’d rather stay high and dry out of water, there are other ways of seeing the reef. Hop aboard John Pennekamp’s glass-bottom boat for a calm cruise that provides for an unmatched view and uniquely memorable experience. Whatever you decide to do during your stay, don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy the largest swimming pool in the FL Keys in our Mariner’s Club Key Largo vacation rentals.

Islamorada

Just 10 minutes south from Key Largo is Islamorada which just so happens to be the sportfishing capital. If you’re searching for the ideal location to do some deep sea fishing in the Florida Keys, this is it. Nonetheless, options aplenty with so many different environments surrounding the island chain. Visitors enjoy variety in fishing the backcountry, flats, reef, and wreck sites. Islamorada is a top-rated choice for more than just the avid fisherman. Fine-dining restaurants and oceanside tiki bars provide reason enough to visit.

Duck Key

In the heart of the Florida Keys lies Duck Key. This quaint retreat is a short drive from Marathon and encompasses one of the smaller islands of the chain. Despite it’s size, Duck Key still manages to attract a great many travelers and with good reason. Charming row homes and immaculately well-cared for grounds create an entirely new and alluring atmosphere from the very moment you arrive. With Solé Watersports onsite, you can walk from your Villa to the marina where you’ll enjoy activities such as kayaking and paddle boarding as well as charters to the local sandbar. If you’re wondering what that is, a sandbar is an offshore area of sand that is submerged in shallow water (you might call it a mini island), and they’re a superb place for the entire family to spend the afternoon floating, sunbathing, and swimming.

Marathon

Situated midway between Key Largo and Key West, Marathon is perfectly poised for those looking to traverse the entirety of the Florida Keys. Moreover, Marathon boasts several beaches including Curry Hammock State Park and Sombrero Beach. Just a short ways further south is Bahia Honda State Park which often places amongst the top 10 beaches in all of Florida for it’s incredible view of the historic railroad, plush sand, and clear waters. Although Islamorada tops the charts for sportfishing, Marathon is frequented by experienced anglers and beginners alike. Better yet, many of our Marathon vacation rentals include onsite dockage just steps from your Villa. Rent a boat or BYO to make the most of your getaway.

Visit our Activities Guide for more recommendations on what to do and where to eat during your stay in the #FLKeys.

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