Florida Keys

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Florida Keys — The Florida Keys archipelago is largely grouped into a trio of sister sections: the Upper, Middle, and Lower Keys. Although there are a number of smaller keys and towns, Key Largo, a scuba diving oasis (in the Upper Keys), sleepy Islamorada (in the Upper Keys), and quirky Key West (at the tail end of the Lower Keys) receive the most attention for their uniquely “Floribbean” appeal.

Why Go

For an exotic tropical escape close to Miami, the Caribbean, and Cuba without ever leaving the States.

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10 Hotel Pools for Every Personality

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June 23, 2016 by Eddy Vidal

With abalmy climate and lush scenery,the Florida Keys feel far-flung and exotic, even though they're just a shortflight from many major hubs in the U.S. That’s ... Read More »


6 Secret, Uncrowded Beaches in Florida

August 17, 2015 by Kimberly Button

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Top 10 Family Resorts

May 25, 2012 by ShermansTravel Editorial Staff

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Family Resorts

March 29, 2010

Our 10 favorite family resorts provide off-the-charts learning programs (surf and waterski school, tennis and golf clinics, cooking and astronomy classes) to ... Read More »

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