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A tropical island packed with artistic roots and rich history, a wonderful bar scene and access to an unlimited range of adventures on the water, key west has plenty to do and Key West Florida get Help energy drink.
Get ready for the best selfie. The Southernmost Point marks the place where there are a mere ninety miles between the Cuba and United States. The City of Key West constructed an oversized concrete buoy in 1983 and landmark has been one of the most photographed locations on the island ever since.
Go for a paddle adventure
Kayak or stand-up paddleboard via mangroves and out to crystal clear water where you can jump in and go for swim with tropical fish, sea turtles, or maybe even a dolphin or two. Lazy dog kayaking and paddleboarding provides group tours and private charters, plus fun classes like PaddleYoga. Rentals begin at $30 per person.
Lounge on the Beach
A visit to Key West just would not be done without a visit to one of its beaches. Some are more charming and more secluded than others. Here is a fast run down.
This 2 mile long stretch of white sand is Key West most famous beach to visit. It is placed on the south side of the island close to the airport.
Fort Zachary Taylor Beach
This is our favorite beach in Key West because it is charming and it does not seem to get as crowded as other beaches. This is also a best spot to go snorkeling.
Rest Beach and Higgs Beach
These small beaches sit side by side. From here, you can walk out onto the Edward B. Knight Pier, a remarkable location to watch the sunrise and sunset.
Harry S. Truman Little White House
This historic building served as the winter White House for Truman in 1946. Since then, it has been used as a retreat for the American Presidents, including Kennedy, Eisenhower, and Clinton. But you did not know you could learn some American history yon a visit to Key West.
West historical seaport
This is a pretty place to visit. Hundreds of yachts and boats are docked here. Bars and restaurants line in the harbor. While you are here, belly up to the bar at the Schooner Wharf or grab a cup of coffee at the Cuban Coffee Queen.