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1,700 Islands connected by almost as many bridges and causeways, you’ll need to have the entire Jimmy Buffet anthology to make it from one side of the Florida Keys to the other.
Begin your trip to the Florida Keys in Miami, and head to the first Key (or Cayo as the early Spanish explorers named them) of Key Largo, known for some of the best snorkeling and diving in Florida. Then, follow highway 1 to the popular island of Islamorada, known for its sports fishing.
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Map of the Florida Keys