This diving haven comes with a chill vibe (and lots of Key lime pie).
South Florida’s Key Largo is a small island with a big profile, thanks to its coral reefs and water sports. The northernmost of the Florida Keys, this area draws serious water-sports enthusiasts — snorkeling, diving and kayaking are all on offer — as well as families looking to swim with the dolphins. There are also stellar beaches and two standout culinary favorites: fresh conch and Key lime pie.
See More
See Less

Explore Key Largo

  • Anglers Park
  • Tavernier
  • Key Largo

Anglers Park


The water-focused Anglers Park area offers divers and adventure seekers an underwater park, located just off of the coast, with crystal-clear water and stellar coral reefs. The area’s other draw? The chance to swim with dolphins.

Known For

Nightlife , Diving, Dining, State Parks

See More See Less



For a low-key afternoon on the water, rent a bike and explore Tavernier, the southernmost neighborhood in Key Largo. There are beaches, places to rent paddleboards and kayaks and the popular Blond Giraffe Key Lime Pie Factory to sample — you guessed it — Key lime Pie.

Known For

Water Sports, Wildlife, Dining

See More See Less

Key Largo


The downtown Key Largo neighborhood is a hot spot for both dining and water sports. Take guided tours of the surrounding ocean and bay, then dine on fresh fish and seafood — both at fine-dining restaurants and sand-between-your-toes beachside spots.

Known For

Boating, Water Sports, Dining

See More See Less
Nearby Hotels and Resorts

Stay in the Center of it All

Immerse yourself in your destination at these centrally located hotels.

Showing 1-9 of 36 Hotels in Key Largo1-9 of 36 Hotels

It’s Always Island Time In Key Largo, Florida

Two people snorkeling in the ocean

Cruise Key Largo

Enjoy the laid-back atmosphere of downtown Key Largo, where your day’s biggest decision will be choosing which waterfront restaurant to visit to try conch, the local delicacy. Later, go on a guided paddleboarding tour to see the city from a different perspective.

Aerial view of coral reef

Take a Deep Dive Around Anglers Park

In Anglers Park, spend a majority of the day exploring the barrier reef, either snorkeling, diving or taking a boat tour. Afterward, take a swim with some dolphins and grab a fruity drink at a popular neighborhood bar.

Close up slice of key lime pie

Take It Easy in Tavernier

Spend a lazy Sunday in the easygoing neighborhood of Tavernier, where bikes are preferred to cars and leisurely days on the water are encouraged. Check out a bird rehabilitation center and lounge on the beach one last time.

Experience More, Spend Less