Key West

The Southernmost city in the Continental U.S.

Capt. Outrageous Conch Cruiser - Photo by Rob O'NealThe island of Key West offers a blend of turquoise blue waters, tropical foliage, a laid back lifestyle and an interesting mixture of southern charm and Caribbean flair. From the southernmost point and tip of Key West it is only 90 miles (140 km) to Cuba.

Key West is a five mile long tropical island offering a large variety of lodging options, attractions and activities that has something for most anyone. Tour the island by foot, bicycle or ride the famous Conch Train or Trolley, visit the Key West Aquarium and the Butterfly Conservatory, or enter the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center to take a journey into the world of the native plants and animals of the Keys, both on land and underwater.

Will Soto at Mallory Square Sunset Celebration - Photo by Rob O'NealThe island offers a variety and eclectic mix of galleries, museums, theaters, shops, bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues. Duval Street is well known, and so are the daily Sunset Celebrations at Mallory Square, a nightly event where both visitors and locals gather to experience a stunning Key West sunset and be entertained by musicians and exciting carnival-style acts and performances such as high rope balancing.

Contact Mountain Island Connection today to help plan an unforgettable trip!