One of my favorite clothing and jewelry boutiques in Key West is Local Color. Their unique jewelry lines reflect the Keys with natural stones, sea glass, gemstones from the Caribbean, and beautiful shells.
They also have linen and soft cotton clothing in casual and more formal styles.
Florida is famous for amazing for fishing and Islamorada has as some of the best fishing in Florida. In Islamorada you can fish Offshore in the Atlantic Ocean or inshore in the back country of the Florida Bay and the Everglades National Park.
The sailfish is one of the most prized game fish and Florida is famous for great sailfish fishing. Sailfish are incredibly fast and beautiful. They have been clocked at speeds over 65 mph, which makes them one of the fastest fish.
Top spots in Florida for Sailfishing include Stuart Florida (the sailfish capitol of the world) and Islamorada in the Keys.
Crystal clear water and coral reefs teeming with life are just a few miles off the shores of Key West. See parrotfish, tangs, bright coral, and a loggerhead turtle in just 10 feet of water.
With 80 feet or more of visibility and coral reef as far as the eye can snorkeling is a must during any visit to Key West.
Devils Millhopper State Park is truly one of the most unique attractions to visit while in Gainesville, FL. The sinkhole is over 120 feet deep and has an extensive bridge and step system that allows the visitor to truly experience what it is like to be in a rainforest.
Key Biscayne is an island community just south of Miami Beach and East of Miami Florida. Connected by bridges to the mainland, Key Biscayne juts out into Biscayne Bay with Bill Baggs Cape State Park on the tip.
The Island of Key Biscayne is tiny, less than 2 square miles but it includes beaches at Crandon Park and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, a Hotel, marina, golf course, homes and condos.