Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are famous for harbouring such historical luminaries as playwright Tennessee Williams, novelist Ernest Hemingway, and bird-chronicler John James Audubon. In truth, aspiring artists continue to be drawn to the Keys. They come not just for the spectacular sunsets and stunning wildlife, but for the free-spirited way of life embodied in this region.

The 120-mile-long Florida Keys island chain is linked to mainland Florida by U.S. 1, the Overseas Highway, a journey that takes approximately 3 hours from start to finish. Visitors to the Upper Keys can fly into Miami International Airport or Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. From there, you can hop on shuttle buses or rent a car and arrive in the Upper Keys in about an hour from Miami or an hour and 45 minutes from Ft. Lauderdale. Regular flights are also available on American Airlines from Miami to Key West.

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