Interactive Maps – to keep you on track and help plan a day.
These Google maps will help guide you on your journey to fun and relaxation. They are helpful for planing a day walking around town, or for when you get lost spending the day walking around town.
Food & Drink Map
Whether you’re a connoisseur of global gourmet or just looking for outstanding tropical cocktails and good Caribbean food, Key West restaurants provide a truly remarkable variety of dining opportunities. The tropical island of Key West is becoming so renowned for its food that many island vacationers choose Key West as their vacation destination just to enjoy the food and drink. You’ll be amazed at the diversity of Key West restaurants and Key West bars the tiny island has to offer.
From fine up-scale dining on locally caught seafood prepared by award winning chefs in stunning elegant tropical surroundings to indulging in authentic Cuban cuisine at a colorful local favorite diner, you can plan your menu for each day depending on your mood! And what about Key West Bars? Well many of the bars on the island of Key West are world renowned for their unsurpassable style and flare
Key West Activities
Considering tiny Key West is only 2 miles by 4 miles and located 150 miles out to sea, our island has an amazing array of activities. And lately it seems like every year there are more and more interesting places to go and events to see. Key West is very diverse for such a tiny place, we have so many creative and interesting characters that new things are always happening here. This list offers some suggestions and represents just some of our favorite places and it not meant to exclude any points of interest.
Key West Beaches Map
The unique beaches of Key West. They’re all different. Be sure to visit all of them.
Key West beaches provide a wonderful opportunity to experience first-hand Caribbean style coral reef beaches. This is because Key West and the Florida Keys are flat coral islands, the top remnants of former coral reefs. Key West beaches are similar to The Bahamas, with white sand, coral rocks, and shallow turquoise water with tropical fish right off shore. The living coral reef line is 7 miles offshore and protects the flat islands of the Florida Keys from crashing waves. So when you plan your Key West beach days, don’t think ‘long stretches of beaches with crashing waves’ like you find on the main land of Florida. Think ‘Caribbean beach vacation.’ And as a bonus – Remember, beyond the white sand beaches of Key West, you can explore the underwater offshore coral reefs on the Atlantic side and immerse yourself on the Gulf of Mexico side of the island in Key West’s ‘Back Country.’