Key West Beaches

Soak up the tropical sun! Spend quality time on some of the most beautiful and eclectic beaches around Key West - minutes from our Tiki Suites!

Key West Beaches:

  • Smathers Beach
    More of a natural beach, not generally maintained, nice view for jogging or biking
    South Roosevelt Dr., Key West, FL 33040

  • Higgs Beach
    The largest beach in Key West, well maintained, a popular spot for swimming and sunbathing
    South Roosevelt Dr., Key West, FL 33040

  • Fort Zachary Taylor
    Part of the historic state park, the beach here is arguably the nicest in town with excellent views of the sunset
    601 Howard England Way, Key West, FL 33040

  • Simonton Beach
    The smallest beach in town but within walking distance of downtown
    0 Simonton St, Key West, FL 33040

Water Activities

From the best fishing in the U.S., boating, snorkeling, parasailing, private charters and jet ski rentals, Key West offers plenty of tropical fun.

Water Activities:


Sandbar Trips

Sunset Sailing


Downtown Key West

Explore Key West inspired restaurants, shops and travel around Key West in the Trolly. Only 12 minutes from our Tiki Suites!

Downtown Key West:


  • Parking in the downtown area is difficult to find and expensive so your best bet is to park your car at the water shuttle location and walk, bike, scooter or use a taxi or uber/lyft to get around

Bicycle Rentals

Scooter Rentals

The Conch Tour Train

  • See the Best on the train tour that's been entertaining visitors to the Island City of Key West, Florida since 1958. The Conch Train is one of Florida's most popular attractions, and for good reason. The expert 'engineers' and friendly staff have delighted over 15 million guests with legends such as Ernest Hemingway and lores of this charming tropical paradise. Your tour of Key West will give you a conch's eye view of all the wonderful Key West attractions.

Key West
Attractions & Museums

Whether you are exploring museums or visiting the southern most point in the continental U.S., Key West will make your adventure filled vacation memorable!


  • Duval Street:
    The main drag in town, Duval Street boast a wide array of bars, shops and restaurants across its 1.25 miles, stretching between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico.

  • Mallory Square:
    This location includes many shops, restaurants, historic buildings and fantastic sunset views. The nightly sunset festival hosts visitors from all over the world who come to take part in the magicians, jugglers, clowns, psychics, local musicians, artists, and food vendors that combine for an incredible cultural experience.

  • Historic Seaport at Key West Bight:
    Check out this unique piece of Key West’s fishing and island culture. Interesting shops, great seafood restaurants and the historic Turtle Museum are all within an easy walk of each other.

  • The Hemingway Home and Museum:
    The Ernest Hemingway House was the residence of American writer Ernest Hemingway in the 1930s. It is also famous for its large population of so-called Hemingway cats, many of which are polydactyl.

  • The Southernmost Point of the Continental United States:
    Get your picture taken at the famous Southernmost marker at the south end of Whitehead Street.

  • Mile Marker Zero:
    Another great photo opportunity, the 0 Mile marker at the end of route US1. You can find it at the corner of Truman Ave and Whitehead St.

  • The Butterfly and Nature Conservatory:
    One of the most beautiful sights you’ll see on the island is the wide variety of butterflies in the climate-controlled glass environment

  • Key West Cemetery:
    In the heart of Key Wests “Old Town” neighborhood, this peaceful location is a nice change of pace from the hustle and bustle in this tourism town. You can walk several blocks in any direction of the cemetery and take in the charm of the historic homes surrounded by lush trees, flowers and shrubbery.

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