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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.

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

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6 Secret, Uncrowded Beaches in Florida

August 17, 2015 by Kimberly Button

Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, Florida has plenty of shoreline to go around. In fact, its world-renowned beaches span a whopping 663 ... Read More »


A $60 Hotel in Crete and 6 Other Hotels So Remote You Can Only Get There By Boat

August 19, 2014 by Yahoo! Travel

By Claudine Zap Really want to get away from it all? Consider a hotel that’s so remote, you can get there only by boat (or seaplane if you’re a tycoon). Think ... Read More »


3 Ways to Get Access to a Super-Private Island in the Florida Keys

July 01, 2014 by Karen Gardiner

One of Florida's most exclusive islands lies just 500 yards off Key West, yet most visitors only catch a glimpse of it while watching the sunset from Mallory ... Read More »


Top 10 Family Resorts

May 25, 2012 by ShermansTravel Editorial Staff

Long gone are the days when a Griswold-esque family vacation was anyone’s idea of fun. Today, modern families require a particular set of leisurely pursuits – ... Read More »


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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