Take the family on a yearly trip to the Florida Keys with a Key West timeshare and experience an unforgettable island vacation. With countless water sport activities, historical sites, breathtaking cruises, and a perfect sub-tropical climate, you can't go wrong with owning a piece of this lovely Florida island by purchasing a Florida Keys timeshare. Only four miles long and one mile wide, Key West is jam packed with sightseeing exploration and pristine oceanfront sands.
Located on the southernmost tip of the Florida Keys, Key West is an amazing, fun-filled island getaway for the whole family, a peaceful couple's escape along the pristine beaches, or a spring breaker's paradise of energetic bars and nightlife. Whatever type of vacation you're looking for, you're sure to find it with a timeshare in Key West.
Key West has frequent annual festivals, breathtaking island views, water activities, and a historic downtown area. When you have a timeshare in Key West, you will never be short of something to do. Spend your days sightseeing everything this charming island has to offer, or lying on the unspoiled, sun-soaked beaches.
With the large number of attractions and gorgeous scenery all around, Key West is popular for its variety of different tours around the area. Hop on the Conch Tour Train to see historic Old Town, take a sunset boat cruise around the island, and go on a Dolphin Tour or Bike Tour.
If you would rather view the entire island from one central location, visit the Key West Lighthouse for a beautiful panoramic view. Head down the street to the Shipwreck Museum and take in the view from the observation tower.
Try to spot the area's wildlife and see the natural beauty of the island at the Key West Nature Preserve. Take a boat or seaplane to visit Dry Tortugas National Park. Go camping, snorkeling, or diving on this small cluster of islands. For more extreme adventures, Sebago Watersports offers reef snorkeling, parasailing, jet ski rentals, sunset catamaran cruises, and kayaking. And of course, if you're going to visit Key West, swimming with the dolphins is a must.
If you're craving some great authentic Cuban cuisine, locals typically head to El Siboney in the heart of Old Town. For more of an Irish Pub menu with live music and an extensive beer list, hit up Finnegan's Wake. Try some of the freshest seafood in an open-air shack at BO's Fish Wagon - the place to be.
Driving around Key West can be difficult, and public parking is fairly expensive. Most visitors choose to rent scooters or bikes, or walk if their destinations are close. These rentals can be parked right on the sidewalk, although it is recommended that you insure anything you rent. There is also a public bus system and taxi services.
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