Key West is positively a real-life Shangri La! The tiny island is approximately 4 miles long and 2 miles wide however, it can keep a “history nut” occupied for hours, days…..even weeks! Whether your interest is in the original settlers and inhabitants, politics, nature, architecture, famous residents or visitors including poets, writers, singers or pirates and treasures, marine life or quirky culture, Key West will have something to pique your interest.
Corona Virus has forced us all to adjust how we work & play. Key West provides the perfect respite with sand between your toes and sunshine on your face on this idyllic island oasis. Relax, rejuvenate, mask up and social distance as you escape to the vacation spot of Pirates, Poets & Presidents.
There are so many fun, exciting, and historical things to do in Key West, that even despite challenging times, tourism has stable growth!
Previously known as....
Key West Suds Run
Key West celebrates this annual St. Patrick's Day Event every March 17th.
With all the different options that you have for a Key West Vacation, what should you do and see on your trip to paradise?
Annual Key West BrewFest
September 2 - September 6, 2021
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.
Today's the Day!! That was the famous saying of Mel Fisher, Treasure Hunter Extraordinaire!!
The tart and tangy key lime are important in the culinary world internationally, but in Florida there are actually festivals where enthusiasts join in celebrating this exotic citrus.
Located on Key West’s famous Duval Street, Irish Kevin’s is one of the most popular bars in all of Key West.
Parrotheads of the world unite, it’s time to go Back to the Island!! The Westin Resort and Marina Key West has become the Margaritaville Key West Resort and Marina. This 170+ room resort is the epitome of Key West and now with Jimmy Buffett lending his name to it, only backs up that claim.