Sun, sand, ocean breezes, and a cold drink in your hand. Key West is everything you'd imagine and more. I've lived on this tropical island paradise for much of my life and not even a hurricane will tear me away.
The Florida Keys may be in Florida but are not of Florida, connected to the mainland by the 113 mile Overseas Highway. It's isolation is Key West's sole drawback, or its greatest asset, but I can't think of anywhere I'd rather be trapped then these 4.2 square miles of fun, relaxation, and a cast of local characters unlike anywhere else.
The weather is mild, balmy and warm, the sunshine broken only by the occasional thunderstorm. A rainy afternoon is the perfect time to hit up any of the festive bars and delicious restaurants lining world famous Duval Street. Whatever your interest, golf, shopping, swimming, or reading a book in a hammock, it's no more than 4 miles away on Key West.