Questioning why you should visit Key West, Florida? Well it’s one place that cannot be missed if you are looking for somewhere that has every dream to offer.

Being the Southernmost city in the United States, it basks in the tropical weather, with sunshine all year round. A small island of paradise that stretches an estimate of just two miles by four miles and welcomes many holidayers and tourists throughout the year.

Key West and the Florida Keys is home to a selection of hotels, bed and breakfasts, tropical island resorts, and camp grounds, hosting to all ages.

Enjoy the crystal clear waters to go diving and snorkeling. The stunning blue waters offers world-class wreck diving, with the second largest ship (The USNS Vandenberg) purposely sunk as an artificial reef, to explore and discover incredible underwater sea life. Or enjoy a day at sea on top of some waters in the Atlantic Ocean or Gulf of Mexico, with some of the best fishing spots to offer, whether you choose deep sea fishing or a light tackle offshore, you will come across Kingfish, Tuna, Dolphin, Marlin and many more.

Also to offer, if you prefer to sit back and relax, are the sunset and day cruises to explore the Straits of Florida and Gulf of Mexico, or rent a yacht and discover your own adventure.

Escape from busy life at home and relax on the white, soft, sandy beaches; with bustling Smathers Beach, where you can enjoy a game of volleyball and plenty of water-sports, or head to the quieter Fort Zachary Taylor beach. Sight see the beautiful history the city has to offer. Ride on a tour train (motor vehicle) with Key West Tours and see, listen and learn the stories from your conductor to add a splash of local color to the experience, or explore the many museums the city holds.

Spend the afternoon strolling the streets of Key West for a spot of shopping and enjoy the selection of bars and cafes along the way.

Watch the stunning sunsets with a cocktail, before heading out to one of the many restaurants and lively bars that line the mile-long Duval Street, or perhaps somewhere a little quieter down the side streets. Dine with freshly caught seafood, local specialties, gourmet, or ethnic dishes.

The island prides itself in offering things to do for all ages and families, whether it’s a day at the spa, a stroll in the beautiful parks, discovering the arts and culture, or a day on the water; Key West caters for all.

In the end, you have to decide is Key West worth the trip to visit?

Hope to see you soon!