Winter is in full swing, and for most of the northern hemisphere, that means snow and cold temperatures. Escape the winter blues and head to Southernmost Key West Florida and thaw out with some warmer weather. You can get a taste of summer weather without waiting for the summer months to roll around when you visit beautiful Key West. There are a few fantastic spots to check out on your pre-summer vacation to warm you up and get outside.
Mallory Square is a popular destination in Key West. It is a place where you can discover incredible restaurants, live entertainment, theaters, interesting shops, and some of the most unforgettable sunsets. Mallory Square is where sunsets are celebrated nightly with live performances and other festivities that vary night-to-night. As a social hub of Key West, it is the perfect venue for getting to know the local culture and meeting new people for a fun night out. Dive into a bit of the area’s history by visiting one of the museums or get a taste of history at the Key West First Legal Rum Distillery. This section of Key West is one you will not want to miss on your warm-weather getaway.
While in Key West, it is nearly impossible to miss the ocean. So why not get out on the water and enjoy some of it up close and personal? Fury Water Adventures Key West is one of the most popular ways to get out on the waves and tour the surrounding waters. You can find almost any activity that involves making a splash with Fury Water Adventures. From parasailing to dolphin watching tours and much more. Whether you are looking for a mellow day just feeling the rock of the waves under you or seeking a thrill, this is your one-stop shop for everything water in Key West.
A Day Trip To Dry Tortugas
Another incredible place to explore is the Dry Tortugas National Park. This national park is where a 19th-century fort still stands and offers a variety of adventures for a day trip you will want to add to your list. Fort Jefferson is located on the Garden Key which is the largest island of the seven that make up the Dry Tortugas. This park can only be accessed by boat, but they hold marvelous adventures for visitors. Explore the fort, snorkel through the reef, swim through the crystal clear waters, or just enjoy the beautiful scenery.
While you are in Key West, stay in a quaint historic hideaway at the Southernmost Inn. This charming escape is located in what is to be considered the southernmost Key West Florida point. Find comfortable accommodations that keep you close to everything happening in Key West so that you do not miss a thing. Give Southernmost Inn a call at (888)525-0037 and begin planning your warmer winter escape today.