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Kicking Back in Key West

Follow our guide to the best food and fun in this quirky little town made famous by the likes of Buffett and Hemingway.

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Key West's Smathers Beach
Photographer Laura Davick

On the Water

On Key West’s nicest shoreline, Smathers Beach, you can try your hand at kayaking and windsurfing or just spend some time in the sand. But we suggest signing up for a snorkeling excursion ($40–$50; 877/994-8898 or furycat.com and 800/507-9955 or keywestsebago.com) to Sand Key reef, with shallow waters, a lighthouse, and endless schools of glimmering fish.

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