Activities in Key West
Key WestSnow-white beaches, colourful coral reefs, the ubiquitous scent of sweet Key Lime Pie and last but not least, a good dose of Caribbean serenity make up the special flair of Key West. Already on the way to the Seven Mile Bridge, which is known from several films like "2 Fast 2 Furious", the beauty of the southernmost Key Island, which is considered the gateway to the Caribbean, opens up for you. After all, it’s easier to reach Havana than Miami from Southernmost Point. No wonder world-famous writers like Ernest Hemingway succumbed to the charm of Key West and drank mojitos on Duval Street rather than pursue idleness in the cold north. Under the southerly sun, visiting attractions like the Key West Aquarium, the Wreck and Treasure Museum, and the snow-white winter residence of former US President Harry S. Truman are twice as much fun. We certainly do not have to tell you that Key West is a bathing and water sports El Dorado. So, put on your sunglasses, grab your surfboard and let’s hit the beaches of your dreams. Be it a romantic sunset-sail, wreck diving amidst brightly coloured coral reefs or a selfie with a manta ray - Key West has no shortage of maritime adventures.