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Useful things to know about Key West Airport
- The entire island measures approximately 3,000 acres and is just 4 miles long
- Ernest Hemmingway had a house in Key West and is now a popular tourist attraction
- Is the most southerly point in the USA, just 90 miles from Cuba
Key West Mini Guide
With so many things to do it is no wonder so many people flock to Key West every year. Aside from the many great beaches and the many great bars, Key West also has some other interesting attractions. To see as much as possible it is advisable to rent a car from Key West Airport. For those people who visit Key West for the beaches, they won't be disappointed.
There are miles of white sandy beaches and plenty of outfitters who will ensure you have great fun jet skiing, parasailing, waterskiing, snorkeling or kayaking. Many people also enjoy scuba diving, and Halls Diving Center can arrange the perfect outing. If water sports aren't your thing, you may like to take a visit to the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum or the Wrecker's Museum. After a visit to these museum's you may never look at the ocean in the same way again.
There is also the Key West Aquarium and the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory to explore, and regular tours are scheduled at the Hemmingway House, former home to the famed author Ernest Hemmingway. Accommodations in Key West run the scale from high-end luxury to basic economy. There are large waterfront resorts, small hotels and motels, inns, charming guesthouses and even fully equipped condo vacation rentals. There are many rentals in the historical district and Duval Street, and this is a good place to start your accommodation search.