Explore Key West and the Florida Keys
Go windsurfing on Smathers Beach; explore the marine life at the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary; or taste some of the best Cuban food at El Siboney. Explore Key West and the Florida Keys.Filed under:
Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
Take a dive and explore the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary in Key Largo. It’s the world’s 3rd largest barrier reef with more than 6,000 species of marine life -- the perfect spot for swimming, snorkeling and fishing. And in case you didn’t know, the sanctuary also protects pieces of our nation’s history such as shipwrecks and other archeological treasures in the area. There are an estimated 1,000 shipwrecks off the Florida Keys.
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