20 Key West Photos That Will Make You Want To Be There


Key West... It is America's Caribbean. Easy to get to and a must visit for every Islander.

Here are 20 Photo's from Key West and the surrounding areas.

Beautiful waters, interesting people, and enough bars that you could almost visit one a day for a full year. When you think of Key West, the thoughts of a tropical paradise pop into mind. Grab a drink, sit at Smathers beach for the day, then go watch the sunset from Mallory Square.

 

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Sunset Key Resort Florida Keys

Sunset Key Resort


Jimmy Buffett got his inspiration from Key West. Captain Tony put his saloon there back in '58. Henry Flagler took 15 years to fully build his Overseas Railroad to connect it to Miami.

Staying in Key West can be a bit expensive and a bit of sticker shock for first time visitors. Most bars & restaurants on Duval Street will get a premium for their drinks and food. Ask a few locals where they would go to grab a bite to eat to experience something that is less than touristy.

Thinking about Moving to Key West? Better have a good job lined up. Island lifestyles can be a bit expensive. Tack on the fact that Key West is a hot destination to begin with and just about anything you want to do on the island can be more expensive.

Travel Tip: If money is a factor, try staying just outside of Key West at a hotel on another Key. You will not have to pay premium rates for being right at a tourist destination.

A Street Performer in Mallory Square, Key West

A Photo of a Performer in Mallory Square in Key West

Key West Photo of Palm Trees and Kayaks

Key West Photo of Palm Trees and Kayaks

Key West Museum of Art & History

Photo of the Key West Museum of Art & History

 

Looking out at the Florida Keys

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Overlooking the waters and Islands of the Florida Keys

Key West Photo of a Marina & Resort.

Docks at the end of Key West


Bungalow Homes in Key West

Cottage Style Homes in Key West


 Photo of the Southern Most Point in Key West

Southern Most Point Marker in Key West


Walk Way to a Key West Beach

Walking to a beach in Key West


Conch Republic Flag

Conch Republic Flag


Overseas Highway in the Florida Keys

Overseas Highway in the Florida Keys


A direction sign at the Beach

A Beach Sign in Key West Pointing the Way



Key West Cruise Ship

Docked for a Day in Key West


Southernmost Point Sunset View

Photo from Southernmost Point in Key West

Sailboat in a Key West Sunset

Sailboat in a Key West Sunset


Boating in the Beautiful Waters of the Florida Keys

Boating in the Beautiful Waters of the Florida Keys


Hemingway House in Key West

Hemingway House in Key West


Arial Shot of Key West

Arial Shot of Key West


The Old Overseas Highway in the Florida Keys

The Old Overseas Highway in the Florida Keys

 Visiting a Beach in Key West

Visiting a Beach in Key West


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    I miss the old campgrounds close to the harbor. I used to take my truck camper a few times each year.

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    I lived in Marathon , late 70’s early 80’s . Nothing but a bunch of , fisherman , hippies , people in the " import " business lol . Loved going down to KW . A much quitter place then, than it is now .
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  • Chris Franklin
    Chris Franklin

    Key West? Looks Nice Might just have to put this Place on My Bucket List. That’s Florida Correct?

  • Mark Reiman
    Mark Reiman

    Some of your pictures are nice but I do suggest that you visit my Facebook page. I have some amazing shots from The Rock

  • George HOdge
    George HOdge

    Have time share 15 yrs, love it totally. Fishing is unbelievable.

  • Nancy Villegas
    Nancy Villegas

    Lived there in the 70’s when my dad was stationed there! Such wonderful memories. It’s the reason why I love the ocean & beach. So beautiful. A vibe like no other. It will always be in my ❤️. Definitely my favorite place. Visited in 2015. Will go back again this year.

  • Jann
    Jann

    How do the keys look since the hurricane?

  • kathy
    kathy

    be to key west 2 times I loved it all but i never got on the beach next trip will be for the beach ! The Boat are great too !!

  • Plugga Gros
    Plugga Gros

    Wife and I married there Nov. 1998. For our 18th anniversary we went back. It was our 7th trip to Key West. It is such a magical place!!!! Hope to be back soon!!!!!

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    dennis champlain

    Grandson joe lives there with 4 of his buddies from southern indiana

  • Helen wakelee Holmes
    Helen wakelee Holmes

    Grew up in big pine, met my husband in marathon, married in key west and our son was born in key west…. Love that place!!!! Paradise

  • Bea Snyder
    Bea Snyder

    Born and raised there. My parents owned Wylk’s restaurant on Stock Island. I only get back once in a while but still feel connected!

  • Laura Casey
    Laura Casey

    Loved our visit … WILL go back …… people were nice, relaxed and welcoming.

  • Laura Casey
    Laura Casey

    Loved our visit … WILL go back …… people were nice, relaxed and welcoming.

  • Patricia & Richard
    Patricia & Richard

    Loved all the photos…thanks for sharing….on our bucket list !!

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    Becky Easterling

    Lived there in late70’s> on the old Naval Base-worked at the Florida Keys Marine Institute- back when the Shrimp boats docked behind us -with free shrimp anytime! And Jimmy Buffet hung around the Raw Bar •••• been back 3 or 4 times -just lately> yes, diamond getting brighter every visit-but still love it & will keep going back!??

  • Ann Nathan
    Ann Nathan

    Been visiting since my early teens in the mid-late 60s. I think the cost may finally be squeezing some of the quirk and funk out. It’s still beautiful, relaxing, great place to kick back, but the diamond’s getting pretty polished.

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    Shirley Sunn

    Moved here two years ago, love it. Never moving back to the cold and snow !!!!

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    Debbie Griffin

    My godmother used to own Nellie and Joes’s Key Lime factory. Edith and Bill. She was French and had been a POW during during Hitler’s reign of terror. I have spent many many days and nights there in the late ‘70s and early ’80s. Loved it then and still love it. Haven’t been back for a while though.

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    Joanne Tartza

    It is a taste of paradise….love to travel but Key West is still my favorite. Key West is like no other place. Free to enjoy yourself. “Don’t die & never been to Key West”. Love it. ?❤️????

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    been there a lot and going to keep going back magical world

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    Bob and Diane Till

    Vacation in KW as often as possible. 5 times already and 2 more reserved, Sept and Jan. So happy when we are there.

  • Diane Turner
    Diane Turner

    Still here after 30 years, still the best weather year-round!

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    Karen Daniels

    Was absolutely the best place to live, have a business and raise two daughters in the 70’s and 80’s before it was so crowded or expensive. We owned a gorgeous “conch” house then and I wish we still owned it. I’ve been gone since the mid 80’s and just went back to visit and it is still magical and unique place.

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    Nancy

    My dream is to visit there.

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    Renee

    My paradise wish I had never left!

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    Jackie. Hurst

    It is Paradise!! Our daughter got married there on 1212-12. Family and friends had a great time!! Visit there every year!

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    Remy Colman

    Miss this part of paradise! Can’t wait to get back!

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    Flew in one morning from Virginia , got a whirlwind tour, picked up a repo vehicle and headed back to Virginia. Would love to return and spend a week or life !

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    Love Key West

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    Before I leave this earth please let me visit

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    go there every november for the boat races.
    .my favorite place on earth!!!

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    we were there and it was one of the best vacations ever I love key west I cant wait to go back

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    We drove from Miami to Key West, and thought it was highly over-rated.

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    Looks like paradise! Would love to go!

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    Show me the MONEY

  • Joy
    Joy

    Love Key West…still have my time share at the beautiful Banyan Resort.

  • Barbara Morris
    Barbara Morris

    would love to visit, it looks wonderful, will just have to look at the pictures

  • Don
    Don

    My family and I spent three days there back in 2014. I can’t wait to go back!! :)

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