Key West: Water Sports, Food, History...
Key West, one of the most sophisticated small towns in America. This two-by-four mile island, with its colorful history of wreckers and pirates, cigar making and commercial fishing, is home to many Pulitzer Prize winning authors and excellent year round theaters. Stroll historic lanes and narrow streets and discover intriguing art galleries, import and craft shops. History buffs will enjoy the Hemingway House, Audubon House, recently found Spanish treasure, museums, forts and other historic sites.
Key West's climate lets you participate in a variety of water sports year round. Go deep sea or back country fishing. Swim, snorkel, dive, parasail, jet ski or take a champagne sunset sail.
Sample casual to four diamond native seafood such as conch chowder, fritters, stone crab, lobster and yellowtail snapper, sure to delight even the strictest gourmand! Key lime pie is a must! Award winning restaurants offer tempting fare from all over the world. Whether you delight in exploring the historical and cultural side of Key West, shopping in colorful and eclectic boutiques and art galleries on Duval Street, soaking up sun and sea or dining and dancing the night away, there is something here to make a perfect vacation for every member of the family.