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Florida | Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are teeming with activities and things to do for visitors of all ages and interests. Your time in the Keys can be as action-packed and thrilling or relaxed and low-key as you desire.

Adventure-seekers can test the water, and their skills, on a fishing charter for prized game fish. Get up with tropical fish on a snorkel trip, or dive to explore a ship wreck on the ocean floor. Visit local art galleries and museums and shop for unique gifts. Feast on fresh seafood at fine restaurants, or just relax in a hammock suspended between two palms. Simply unwind and let go with the outgoing tide

Key Largo

The first of the Florida Keys,Key Largo offers some of the most spectacular scuba diving in the continental U.S. Being the largest Key, it is home to multiple county and state parks, fantastic off shore and back country fishing, and just a stones throw from the mainland and Everglades National park.

Islamorada

Tavernier Creek separates Key Largo from Islamorada, also referred to as the purple isle. Islamorada also offers a stunning reef line for scuba diving, but is better known for it's off shore and back country fishing.

Marathon

Marathon is located in the heart of the Florida Keys, approximately 50 miles north of Key West and 50 miles south of Key Largo. Visit the Dolphin Research Center, Turtle Hospital, Crane Hammock Point or Sombrero Beach. Cruise the seven mile bridge (where the movie True Lies was filmed) or take to the water for a cruise around the Middle Keys.

Lower Keys

Visit the Lower Keys which is truly back to nature with the endangered tiny Key deer. Take a bicycle tour on Sugarloaf Key or Bahia Honda Key to see them. Include a dive or snorkel trip to Looe Key reef, kayaking the back country, off shore and back country fishing or basking in the sun at Bahia Honda State Park. This park has made the list of top 10 beaches in the U.S. It's stunning white sand gives way to the gin clear waters lapping on it's shoreline.

Key West

Key West is most often referred to as the Southernmost city in the continental U.S. Located only 90 miles from Cuba and 100 miles from Key Largo, their is something for everyone on this 5 mile island.

Key West has been home to such notables as Ernest Hemingway from 1931 to 1961. Today his property is open to the public, as is the maritime museum of Mel Fisher and many other writers, actors and explorers. The Harry S. Truman Little White House is open to the public for tours. Key West brims with color, variety and excitement. The island is a mixture of the galleries, museums, theaters, restaurants, shops, bars and entertainers. It is an eclectic mix of old and modern architecture. Duval street is well known, and so are the daily sunset celebrations.

Hawks Cay Resort

Florida Keys


moderate deluxe

LOCATION

The picturesque 60 acre retreat is just a two hour drive from Miami and 1.5 hours from Key West on the pretty island of Duck Key, providing a central Florida Keys location and a perfect base for exploration.

ACCOMMODATION

At Hawk’s Cay you can choose from one of the 177 elegant rooms located at the main inn, which offer resort or water views, or one of the charming villas dotted around the resort. Guestrooms offer flat screen televisions and wireless internet access, are furnished in West Indies style décor complemented by dark woods and feature marble bathrooms. A mixture of spacious individual villas, ideal for families, feature a kitchen, living area and porch or balcony.

FACILITIES

  • Ocean: Mediterranean cuisine
  • Alma: Latin-inspired dining
  • Beach Grill: Caribbean seafood dishes
  • Island Time: coffee bar
  • Indies Grill: poolside fare
  • Six outdoor pools, including an adult only and children's pool
  • Private beach and salt-water lagoon
  • Calm Waters Spa
  • Water sports
  • Fishing and diving
  • Tennis Pavilion
  • Dolphin Connection: interaction experience
  • Kids' club and activities
  • The Cove: games room
  • PRICES

    From 75 per person per night based on twin occupancy of a Standard room. Other room categories available on request.

    Special Offer

    4th night free, March 27th to June 30th 2015 and August 16th to December 23rd 2015 in villas only, when booked by May 31st 2015.

    5th night free, April 13th to June 30th 2015 and August 18th to December 18th 2015.

    Old Town Trolley Tour of Key West


    An Old Town Trolley Tour is a fabulous way of exploring the historic island of Key West. Sit back and relax as an expert tour guide turns back the history pages and takes you through the days when Indians, pirates and the Civil War were integral parts of the island. Hop aboard one of the orange and green trolleys to see the most intriguing points of interest and share the fascinating stories which helped shape one the USA’s most visited destinations. This flexible trolley tour allows you to hop-on and off at sights of interest, in the knowledge that another trolley will carry you along to the next part of the journey. From Mallory Square and Duval Street to Henry Flagler’s Historic Railroad Museum, the Old Town Trolley Tour provides a unique way to experience the most southerly Key.

    From £17 per person

    Winner of ‘Top Tour Operator to the USA & Canada 2012’ voted by readers of Selling Long Haul magazine.

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