Let Your Key West Adventure Begin!

Everyone has an inner sense of adventure, in search of new experiences and excitement. Travel by seaplane to an island full of treasures and new experiences when you book your flight with Salt Island Seaplanes from Naples or Fort Myers to Key West. Below are just a few ways to make the most of your Key West adventure. Be sure to click on the photos to learn more about all you can experience!

The islands’ creative community is vibrant and varied, overflowing with an energy and enthusiasm that has drawn visitors for decades. Today, the keys attract a growing national and international market interested in heritage and cultural tourism and those who want to experience the arts. With events ranging from an annual literary seminar to a professional symphony orchestra series, the Keys’ creative tapestry is woven from many, varied elements. Read More

The Florida Keys’ surrounding waters are protected by the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, extending from south of Miami westward to encompass the Dry Tortugas, excluding Dry Tortugas National Park. The sanctuary has spectacular and unique resources such as coral reefs, shipwrecks, sea grass beds and fisheries that provide some of the finest recreational diving, fishing and boating you’ll find anywhere. Read more

Key West is home to more than 100 confirmed species of fish such as parrotfish, yellow and blue tangs, barracuda, a variety of snapper, mackerel and hogfish, as well as deep water pelagics. The USS Vandenberg sits upright approximately seven miles off Key West, in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, welcoming divers from all over the world to explore its massive superstructure. Key West’s largest and most pristine reefs are located several miles off shore and are best visited with the help of professional dive and snorkel charter services. Read more

Nobel Laureate Ernest Hemingway knew what he was doing when he called Key West home for much of the 1930s. When he was done working, he could go fishing and end the day with good friends at his favorite watering hole. Today, thousands of anglers come here for much the same reason. Key West has incredible fishing and so much more, from top-notch dining and sightseeing to snorkeling, diving and cultural events. Read more

The Key West Golf Club’s championship-rated course is known for its lush tropical landscaping and easy proximity to the island’s famous attractions, including the Historic Seaport District, Duval Street, the beaches and museums. Visitors to Key West can easily blend golfing, snorkeling, diving, fishing, and cultural events into a single day. The public course is located just minutes from numerous accommodations. Read more

Look up eclectic in the dictionary and Key West’s list of interesting places could very well be the example used. From beaches, parks and museums to its well known butterfly conservatory and history-laden, above ground cemetery, the list is as varied as it is unique. Read more

Key West is teeming with tasty restaurants and lively bars. Numerous Key West restaurants line the world-famous, mile-long Duval Street. Other eateries are tucked into quiet side streets. In the Island City, savor freshly caught local seafood, local specialties, gourmet food, or ethnic flavors. Many Key West bars feature live bands, tropical drinks and local characters. All of the major hotels have their own in-house eateries; some of them have two or three. There are also many fantastic restaurants spread throughout the town, many of them on small side streets and lanes. Read more

Few things are as varied as the shopping options Key West offers visitors. The hordes of souvenir shops along Duval Street compete for attention; their cluttered windows and doors display T-shirts often sporting provocative messages. Venture off Duval Street and Key West has the usual resort wear and gift store scene; plus an eclectic mix of art and crafts stores featuring everything from funky to fashionable. But that’s the fun of Key West: you’re never quite sure what you’re going to see next. Read more

By land or sea, visitors can explore Key West by various means. On foot, bicycle or guided options like the famous Conch Train, haunted walking tours or pub crawls let you explore everything from the major sights to every nook and cranny. On water options like dining cruises or waverunner tours show you the island from another perspective. Either way, your continuing adventure and exploration awaits. Read more

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