With the weather in the Great White North starting to cool off, now is the time to start thinking about a holiday in the Florida Keys. Flying into the Keys isn’t an option for everyone because of the prices and driving from the Miami or Ft. Lauderdale airport in a rental car offers some great views. Once you arrive, take a deep breath and enjoy the fresh air. Next up will be to establish what to do since the Keys offers a variety of fun filled activities.
The list of fun things to do in the Florida Keys is exhausting. A long walk or even a jog along the Old Seven Mile Bridge provides an amazing view of the open water. You would think that being surrounded by water would fill the Keys with beaches, but honestly there are only a few. Sombrero Beach is a public beach that is often very busy but has some astonishing views of the water. Golf enthusiasts can play nine holes at Key Colony Beach but the Sombrero Country Club is a private course so to play it you must be accompanied by a member. As you can see, the Florida Keys offer a wide variety of fun things to do and see.
Finding a place to stay in the Keys is quite smooth. There are many Florida Keys vacation rentals available, from condos to large homes. Many rentals include wireless internet, but why would you want to be on the computer instead of enjoying Key life is beyond me! For those who aren’t fond of the salt water, just a bit of searching on the web will result in many vacation homes with swimming pools and/or hot tubs. Just remember to plan ahead for your vacation and it is always best to have several options. If you want to stay on the beach, it will always be more expensive than renting on a canal.
The Florida Keys is a great way to beat the freezing temperatures this winter and a simple search online will turn up many Florida Keys vacation rentals to choose from. Make sure you tell them I sent you!