Key Colony Beach, FL, USA

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Key Colony Beach, FL, USA

Key Colony Beach vacation rentals

Enjoy a laid-back lifestyle in Key Colony Beach

Hyped as one of Florida’s best kept secrets, Key Colony Beach is a great place to experience the Sunshine State. Sure, Miami and Key West harbor have glamorous reputations, but when it comes to a laid-back lifestyle and tight-knit community vibe, Key Colony Beach comes up trumps. With a tiny population and a handful of waterfront restaurants to choose from, you’ll soon feel like part of the tribe. Want to holiday like a Florida Keys veteran? Feel right at home in an incredible Key Colony Beach vacation rental.

Welcome to the Sunshine State

Located in the heart of the archipelago, Key Colony Beach unlocks exclusive access to both the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Spend your days soaking up rays on the beach, or retreat to the privacy of your Key Colony Beach vacation rental – choose from a dreamy line-up of oceanfront condos and apartments, just steps from the waterfront. Thanks to its tropical climate Florida Keys supports a colorful ecosystem of coral reefs. This means you can enjoy kaleidoscopic snorkeling and scuba diving, just a few miles offshore. Alternatively, stay dry and reel in your very own “catch of the day” on a deep-sea fishing charter.

Make a splash in Key Colony Beach

With its tropical climate and sun-drenched beaches, you might find it hard to drag yourself off the sand. But if you do, there’s plenty to keep you entertained in Key Colony Beach. Get up close and personal with sharks and rays at Florida Keys Aquarium Encounters, or head to the Dolphin Research Center to meet the playful pod. If you want to work on your par, pack your best visor and enjoy a 9-hole game at Key Colony Beach Golf Club. Just a 1 hour drive away, you’ll find iconic attractions like the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, Butterfly Conservatory, and Mallory Square Waterfront.

A winter retreat for those in search of sun

Winter is high season in Florida Keys, when throngs of sun-seekers descend on the archipelago. Visit from November to March for warm, dry weather that’s perfect for lazy days by the pool of your Key Colony Beach vacation rental. If you want to beat the winter rush, visit between March and May. The crowds taper off, and the weather tends to hover around the blissful 70s and 80s mark. If you don’t like rain, avoid August through to October. Temperatures remain sultry, but rain can bucket down on Key Colony Beach and its fellow Florida Keys resorts.

A stateside tropical paradise

Key Colony Beach is just one of many island communities that dot the Florida Keys archipelago. Stretching for around 120 miles off the southern tip of Florida, the islands are famous for their laid-back lifestyle, pastel-hued houses, swaying palm trees, and lively nightlife. Key Colony Beach sits in the middle of the strip, and is an easy drive to both Key West and Miami. Head to the northern beaches for a dip in the Gulf of Mexico, then watch the sunset over the Atlantic Ocean. With a fruity Bahama Mama in hand, of course.