On average, over 100,000 people visit Key West by ferry boat, each year.
Are you planning a trip to sunny Key West?
If so, you're in good company. Over 5 million people visit the Florida Keys each year, with Key West being one of the most popular islands to explore.
There are so many fun, exciting, and historical things to do in Key West, that even despite challenging times, tourism has stable growth!
Are you planning a family vacation in Florida? Have you considered beautiful Marco Island Beach as a destination?
The point of embarking on a family vacation is to get away from mundane daily rituals and devote time specifically for family bonding and making memories that will last a lifetime. So why not choose a journey as adventurous as the destination?
Year round weather makes Key West an ideal vacation spot for outdoor adventure enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies alike. This special little island offers an abundance of opportunities for every indulgence and thrill seeker. Planning ahead allows you to get the most out of your Key West excursion. For your convenience, we have included a selection of details on a variety of heart pumping activities.
Grab the kids and getaway!
Here in Florida, anytime is the time to plan a vacation. Key West is the ideal getaway filled with activities and adventure to make smiles and memories for any and everyone!
10th Annual Key West BrewFest
August 29 - September 2, 2020
The last 8 Key West BrewFest events have been so much fun and an amazing success for the local charities, the committee is teaming up to bring it to you again! Between 150 and 200 beers and micro-brews are on tap at this "tasty" annual event that benefits the charitable efforts of the Key West Sunrise Rotary Club of the Conch Republic.
Like snowflakes, no two sunsets are ever alike. There is no shortage of places around the world to watch our favorite star sink beyond the horizon, igniting the sky with radiant hues that cast magic over the surrounding scenery. However, whether you are overlooking the ocean from beach, pier or boat….Florida offers some of the most spectacular places to view the vibrant range of colors that infuse the sky and shimmering sea – perhaps with a green flash, if you’re lucky.
The month of March brings some of the best weather of the year to South West Florida. While our northern friends are still shoveling snow, here in the Sunshine State we are slathering on the spf 30 and heading to the beach. In the midst of Spring Break and perfect weather falls St. Paddy’s Day, so put on some sunscreen, get your green on and watch a parade!