We picked here because of all the many vacation villa rentals with watersports at the hotel. The beaches are very popular with families and you get more value for the hotel money. Go to The Beach and swim, it is nice for families traveling together.
In spite of Marathon's reputation for being a fish zone, it really is a playground for the upscale Florida tourist. Many Key Colony Beach hotels feature free Kayaks and water toys to use. There are still several hotels that cater to young couples and families, plus all the properties are oceanfront.
You can use the mask and go her for an easy on the wallet snorkel trip. The water is really clear just a few feet from the Shoreline. You get a lot of value when you can walk The Shoreline day or night.
It is kind of like being at marine park, as when you look down in to the water it could be all sorts of things that are moving around. I am really glad we ended up here, as the middle keys are a great alternative if you went to Key West last trip.
Dogs are allowed at The Beach as long as they stay on leash. Here you can swim in the warm, clear water as opposed to just wading offshore. The hours of operation for Coco Plum Beach are from 7am up-until dusk and there is no admission fee.
You can spend endless time at Sombrero Beach which is considered to be one of the first-rate-best middle keys beaches. Curry Hammock State Park is a true nature lovers paradise.